The Study Bible You’ve Been Waiting For

Do you know how to use a Bible commentary? A commentary is a kind of explainer. It tells you what the scriptures mean.

Or to be precise, it tells you what the commentator thinks they mean.

Which means if your commentary was written by someone with an old covenant mindset, you’ll get an old covenant interpretation of the Bible.

Since I read the Bible through a grace lens, readers have long been asking me to write a Bible commentary. For years I said no. Who’s got that kind of time?

But then I realized that I have been writing a commentary all along. I just didn’t know it. So I took my disparate articles, notes and books and organized them into an online tool called The Grace Commentary.

The Grace Commentary is a useful tool, but some people want a physical book they can mark, highlight and giveaway.

Enter, the Grace Bible.

The first installment (1–3 John & Jude) came out last year, and the second installment (1–2 Peter) was released this Easter. But the book I most wanted to write was the third installment: The Grace Bible: James.

It has just been released.

Why am I excited about The Grace Bible: James? Because James may be the most misunderstood book in the Bible.

Faith plus works? Did James understand grace? Should his book even be in the cannon?

I am convinced that James understood grace as well as anyone. James wrote so that we might have a revelation of “the greater grace” of God. But you might not see the grace in James, especially if you are using an old covenant commentary.

The Grace Bible: James could be the most important book I’ve written and I am super excited to share it with you.

If you have trouble seeing the grace in James, I encourage you to get The Grace Bible: James today.

“The Grace Bible is a breath of fresh air and a MUST for every pastor and believer in rightly dividing scripture.” – Ben Dailey, lead pastor, Calvary Church, Irving, TX

One more thing. I have heard people say they will wait until the entire Grace Bible series is finished and then get the whole book. This is a mistake. At this stage, I have no plans to do the entire New Testament.

Each book in the Grace Bible series is a standalone title. If you only get one book, get The Grace Bible: James.

If you get James, you’ll get grace. If you don’t, you won’t.

The Grace Bible: James is available now in paperback, hardcover, and various ebook formats. A sample chapter and endorsements can be found on the Grace Bible website.

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