The “wordless book” uses no words and yet is full of meaning. A wise person will be able to “read” the book and gain great insights. You may be asking, “How is it possible to read a book with no words?” We invite you to look at the pages, one by one. As you look at each page, it will become clear how this book can help you. Please go to the first page which is colored yellow.
Page 1: Yellow
Yellow (or gold) is the color of heaven. The Bible says that heaven is a golden city, made with pure gold with streets that are paved with gold (The Injil, Revelation 21:18, 21). God inhabits heaven. As God is pure and perfect, so is his dwelling place pure and perfect. We long for heaven, we desire to live there with God, yet there is a problem. What is that problem? Please go to the next page, the black page.
Continue to Black Page.
Page 2: Black
Black is the color of sin! Sin stops us from entering heaven. What is sin? It is anything that we think, say or do that is contrary to the nature of God and that displeases or grieves him. For example, the sins of lying, deceiving, stealing, pride, hurting other people, and so on.
Everyone has sinned, there is no one who has not sinned. God has spoken in the Injil that all sin must be punished (The Injil, Romans 3:23; 6:23). Therefore, you and I must be punished. And this is our punishment, that we will be forever separated from God in a place called hell.
Continue to Red Page.
Page 3: Red
Red is the color of Isa Al-Masih’s blood. Isa came into the world and died on the cross, taking our punishment upon himself, spilling his holy blood, in order that you and I might be forgiven our sins and delivered from the powers of evil.
Because of what Isa did at the cross, God now generously and with great love forgives our sins and cleanses us from all its effects. How does he do this?
Continue to White Page.
Page 4: White
White is the color of holiness. Now that our hearts have been cleansed there is nothing that can stop us from entering heaven.
How can you get a pure heart? Confess to God that you are a sinner. Believe that Isa Al-Masih died on the cross in order to save you from the punishment you deserved for your sins. Accept God’s salvation through Isa (The Injil,1 John 1:9; John 1:12). Now is the time, there is no better time.
If you are ready to confess, believe and accept the things we have written above, then pray the prayer below, sincerely from your heart: