“What do you do all day, Paul?”
You’d be surprised how often I am asked this question. It’s usually easier to tell people what I don’t do. I’m a writer, but I don’t set daily writing targets and I don’t do book tours.
So what do I do?
Every day I go digging in the treasure rooms of God’s word. When I discover diamonds and gems I share them with you.
I don’t see myself as a writer trying to find readers for my writing, but a treasure hunter finding treasure for my readers.
“Look what I found? Do you want it? It’s yours!”
As you may know, last year I started a side project called The Grace Commentary. You may be wondering how that project relates to Escape to Reality. I feel it’s as if God has handed me the keys to the biggest treasure room yet.
While writing the commentary I have been in the Bible for about five hours a day, and I have found more treasure than ever before. Tons of treasure!
The easy part is finding the treasure; the hard part is packaging it and making it presentable.
“Look at this mountain of treasure. There’s a whole book in here!” says one part of my brain.
“Not another book,” groans the other part of my brain.
These days I am trying to write fewer books and better articles. In fact, that’s one of my goals for 2022 – get back to basics by writing terrific articles about grace.
And this brings me to you.
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Grace and peace,