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Thanks for adding this Paul, I used the last bio on my links page. This is very helpful!
Your blog is a treasure that contains materials rich on the message of grace and truth that is easily accessible and user-friendly to all our church members, locally and abroad. Thank you.
Wow! The word like a breath of fresh air
Thank you Jesus for a surrendered Paul Ellis. Of course I read your book and love your posts. I have a link to E2R on my brand new site. I pray God will work through me like He has you. You are an amazing child of God and I am so happy to have such a brother.
Thank you for putting into a reference document what my husband and I have been teaching in our discipleship classes for years.
Thanks Paul, you have inspired me to the max in the grace message. I started blogging recently under gravity of grace to shine light on God’s gospel of grace. I already have the escape to reality link and a category on my blog. Since am not a computer savvy person, I did really lean more to your wisdom to improve what I do. More territories for you in Jesus name
Paul, your website is THE BEST I’ve run across for believers, EVER! Thank you so much!!! I put your site link in my blog/gallery (and put a plug in for it in one of my recent posters as well). I’m telling my friends about your site too. Oh, our Jesus and the gospel of His grace is wonderful!
Wow, thanks Ruth. I’m encouraged! I checked out your website. I love your grace gallery! (Have you seen mine?) I added your site to E2R’s links page. I trust that was okay.
Yes I did see your gallery, Paul. I love it! Very creative. I believe posters are valuable tools for visual learners, but also for society in general whose attention span seems to be getting shorter. Thank you for putting my blog link on your website. I consider it an honor and it greatly encouraged me.
Praise the Lord , i have been Callling myself a son of God since i accepted JESUS Christ 22 years ago ang i use to preach but i have to confess that it is now i am enjoying the fact of me being a son of God and relate to my dad as a Father , today i have CHANGED my preaching and want to learn more . I am a faithfull listener of pastor joseph princesa Dstv satélite tv brotcast in my country Angola, África some month ago now i am fulfiled and complet as he preached yesterday the church i pastor is now growing and members are happy knowing the grace of God. I just want to know about your program and activities, i would like to come and participate in conference or training ou bible school. Waitting to hear from YOU as We remain in grace and victory. Fernando Vova
Totally uplifted by your gospel of grace.I thank Jesus for setting me free from the law.
I want to know if you have audio messages. A relative in the hospital needs to hear the message of Grace. Thank you for the blog.
I don’t, but you could try listening to one of my books using this.
Hi there, I was wondering if you have an Instagram account? You post lots of great things on Facebook, and I follow you there and share your posts, but there are friends of my kids who follow me only on Instagram and I would love to share your stuff on there as well. I’ve been reading your blog for a few months and it’s my favorite of all time. 🙂 Thank you so much for all that you write.
Gina, thanks for the suggestion. I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is I am now on Instagram. The bad news is that Instagram deals with pictures and I trade in words, so I don’t know how much of my stuff is going to end up there.
Thank you very much Paul. I have realized on this website that you have some archived articles. I will delve into them to learn more.