I just picked up a copy of Cruden’s Complete Concordance to the Old and New Testaments. The book is 783 pages, hardback, 5 – 1/2″ x 8 – 7/8″ x 7/8″ in size, and the ISBN number is 0718802055.
While this concordance is not as exhaustive as a Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, it is just the right size to fit inside your Bible case. I couldn’t imagine lugging around a Strong’s.
I have another copy of this book that I have been carrying around in my Bible case, but its binding is quite loose.
If you can find one of these, I strongly suggest you pick it up and put it in your Bible case.
If you don’t have a Bible case, I would also suggest you pick one of those up.
In my Bible case I am able to keep my Thompson Chain Bible, my Cruden’s Concordance, a note book for recording thoughts I get during church meetings, a supply of 5 to 10 Higher Life booklets to bless other Christians with, and a good holiness book to read.
You should carry a “tract bag” with you in your car, in which you can carry a good supply of New Testaments, booklets, and tracts to pass out.
Don’t forget a small notepad to take the contact information of the people God entrusts you to minister to, so you can be faithful in your followup. I use a black cloth bag with a zipper similar to a school bag for pencils etc.
Having this “tract bag” in your car makes it easy to replenish the tracts that you keep in your top pocket or purse, which you pass out as you go through your day.