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26 Comments on Support E2R

  1. Paul,if I want to get a box of 40 books, can I I get a variety of all four of your books?

    • Since we use print-on-demand technology, the scale economies only work if we do multiple copies of the same title at the same time. Hence the bulk discounts only apply to orders for specific titles, rather than combinations. Sorry about that.

  2. I think this is awesome Paul and will spend alot of time at this site beit reading, commenting, obtaining books, I will just absorb it, if you hear a sucking sound it will be me soaking up all I can :).

  3. Bonnie Weaver // January 11, 2016 at 2:38 am // Reply

    Found you on google search. Bought some of your books, bought more and gave them to friends. LOVE YOUR BOOKS AND YOUR MESSAGE. Will definitely be buying more of everything you have to offer and passing them around. THANKS FOR YOUR GREAT MINISTRY TO THE WORLD. Bonnie

  4. Sharon Ring // June 8, 2016 at 11:38 pm // Reply

    I do not like PayPal.How can I help without using them?

  5. Eve Bailey // June 9, 2016 at 2:56 am // Reply

    I would like to support you but not on-line. Where do I send a check?

  6. I am desperately trying to figure out how to downlowd the free e books. I sgined up with my e-mail and recieved the confirmation e mail. Then i clicked with my e mail on the page that says follow.
    Here is wher it ends. It tells.me I am subscribed already.
    Then I read some of the Q&A and someone mentioned something about you tackling a Derek Prince book. I LOVE his work his teachings kept me alive in the wilderness when churchianity was trying to condem and made it all about my shortcomings. You are sick because you have no faith…you don’t prosper because you don’t submitt and give 10%….
    The holy spirit is telling me I have to be God conscious and not sin conscious anymore.

  7. Gina Leake // July 27, 2016 at 2:50 am // Reply

    Hi there, I’m fairly new to the grace message, but I am an avid reader of your blog and a constant sharer of your posts on FB. 👍🏼☺️ I just had a friend respond to your post about God “allowing” bad things to happen. She responded with the story of Joseph and Genesis 50:20. Have you written anything on that? I’m not entirely sure how to respond, so I would appreciate your help. None of my friends have ever heard anything like what you post and I’m desperate for them to understand what I am finally understanding. Thank you for any input you may have. I’m so thankful for your ministry.

    • Hi Gina – welcome. You can find everything I’ve written in the Archives > Scripture Index. Joseph’s words in Gen 50:20 remind me very much of Rom 8:28.

  8. James W Smith // August 1, 2016 at 10:16 am // Reply

    Hi Paul! I received an email from KingsPress to confirm my shipping address, but did not receive a confirmation that they received it. Is that SOP? Love and blessings, Jim Smith

    • I’m afraid so, Jim. We run on the smell of an oily rag around here. If you replied you’re all sorted, but I will check myself that you’ve been confirmed. Consider this your confirmation.

  9. Hello Paul, I received an email from you today saying that you had not heard from me concerning your new book…

    • Hi Karen, hopefully you have heard by now. All E2R Patrons at the Star level and above will be getting a free copy of my new book Stuff Jesus Never Said – and you’ll be getting it before anyone else in the world.

  10. Hi Paul. Just become a Patreon of my all time fave Grace website! Woo Hoo! While I’m here….can you help me find out where your new Grace tracts for not-yet-believers are please – and how I go about getting some?
    Big beautiful Grace blessings to you and your family
    Gilly

  11. Paul, I love your work brother. Have you ever considered writing a book that takes all (or most) of the scriptures that seem to contradict the gospel of grace. There are many “troubling” passages that need to be interpreted through the lense of grace. I know you address many of them in various places on the website but having them in compiled in a book would make a great reference resource. Just a thought.

    • I have thought of doing something like that. Trouble is I have too many ideas and too little time. Also, I think a blog may be better than a book for such purposes because I don’t have all the answers, and often you’ll find a neat insight from a reader in the discussion threads.

  12. Keith Pinke // March 16, 2017 at 3:28 am // Reply

    Paul, I love your site and support you regularly financially. I believe a while ago you asked for suggestions on what direction you should go for growth. Have you thought about designing a curriculum that could be used for teaching these Grace messages? Perhaps having a teachers addition with books to be bought for a small Bible study in small groups or even as a curriculum for Sunday Schools so kids can learn the truth early in their lives? Just a thought brother.

    Keith Pinke

    • Thanks for the suggestion Keith. As a father of four this is something I have thought about, but so far not much has come of it. I’m still thinking.

  13. Hey bro… I love you this is the only reason I’m saying this:

    This line right here that you said,

    “Please note that 100% of all contributions are invested into the mission of proclaiming the good news of God’s grace. This means you won’t get a tax receipt (we have no staff to do the paperwork) and you may not get a personal message of thanks (it’s the staff thing again).”

    Well…

    Honestly you don’t “need” a “tax” reciept. All you the person donating to you has to do is keep the email they get when they pay with Paypal or Credit card.

    Here’s an example of how people can benefit a just little bit (just financially) from supporting your ministry.

    What Is Tax-Deductible? How is it Deducted?

    Now that you’ve figured out how much you can deduct, the next question is what exactly is tax deductible and how is it deducted? If you donate money or property to a “qualified organization,” your donation can be deducted by filing Form 1040 and itemizing the deduction on Schedule A. If you do not itemize your deduction using Schedule A, you cannot deduct your charitable contribution.

    “Qualified organizations” include nonprofit groups that are religious, charitable, educational, scientific or literary in purpose, and nonprofit groups that work to prevent cruelty to children or animals. The following types of organizations qualify for a deduction:

    Churches, synagogues, temples, mosques and other religious organizations.

  14. Jenny Beauchamp // September 28, 2017 at 6:18 am // Reply

    I love your article regarding tithing. I remember in the past reading all the scripture regarding tithing and this is what I saw. Even under the law, the shadow of the better to come (JESUS), if you could not make it to the storehouse with your tithe, it basically said to stay home, celebrate and have a meal with your family. That’s under the law. I love that we can have all the answers– in JESUS!!!
    Amen and Amen,
    Jenny

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