Twelve great ideas for presenting the Gospel using a thumb tip. Properly titled with a scriptural guide the audience through the lesson.
by Del Wilson. If you want to add some color and beauty to your program, include some silk magic. Here is a book full of grand old tricks with original Gospel routines.
by Del Wilson. If you want to get into the Gospel Magic business with very little outlay of cash, this book will be of interest to you.
by Del Wilson. Impromptu means being able to do a gospel routine with items that are readily available, or that can be borrowed from the person being witnessed
by Sherman Epler. One of the best in Gospel works. Includes Magic Object Lessons and Religious Object Lessons. Ideal for the one who has an object lesson of some kind to give every week.
Cards are freely showing the whole deck as being blank on both sides...suddenly a picture of Christ is on both front and back. These are quality playing cards, and they use mental photograpy principles...a very stong trick that anyone can do with little
Much like the 3-way coloring book, but with a gospel twist. Cover is printed with word ''HOLY BIBLE'' First the performer shows all the pages blank, then with a wave of the hand all the pages are printed in black and white, and he waves his hands again...
To be used with the above coloring book, cover is the same, but all pages are blank. You can switch and pass out or just leave it lying on your table and watch the fun as the curious pick it up to thumb through.
by Ralph C. Mills. Two volumes of Magic for the Gospel worker is complied into this book a real book value! All the magic routines are one hundred percent scripture oriented.