We just passed another milestone. Several, in fact.
First, we now have grace-based content for more than 3000 scriptures. As you know, The Grace Commentary is uniquely grace-based. Every year it gets bigger and better which means it will become an increasingly useful tool over time.
Second, we have added several new entries to the Grace Glossary:
We now have nearly 40 entries in the Grace Glossary, with more to come next year.
Third – and this is the one we’re really excited about – the first installment of The Grace Bible is now available in paperback, hardcover, and ebook. And just in time for Christmas!
(The Grace Bible is the printed and polished version of The Grace Commentary. It’s a book you can hold and share with friends.)
Everything you need to know about the new book can be found here.
As Christmas approaches, I would like to thank those of you who support the Grace Commentary. Every week, several thousand people from all over the world access its pages and get pure, undiluted grace. That they can do this for free is a testimony to your partnership in the gospel. Thank you.
We’re just getting started. God has given me some exciting ideas for the future, and I can’t wait to share them with you in the new year.
Until then, Happy Christmas,
Wonderful Paul, congratulations!
Thank you, Erik.
Thank for the book, does it cover only John and Jude
The book covers John’s 3 epistles + Jude’s epistle. Every verse is explained with 3-5 entries. Use the Look Inside feature of Amazon for more or check out the sample chapter found here.