Book Reviews

Below are some outstanding books reviewed here on E2R. Clicking on a cover will take you to the relevant post…

 
 

Recommendations

I am often asked to recommend books to those who are new to the gospel of grace. I recommend all of the books above, but if you’re in a hurry, check out this list of 5-star grace books. If you’re looking for something fresh off the press, check out these new releases.

Here’s a list of some of the best books I have read (so far) on the following topics:

God’s unchanging character: The True Nature of God and The Misunderstood God
God’s will for your life: Walking in the Will of God
Healing: God Wants You Well
Identity – your new one: God’s Astounding Opinion of You
The new covenant: The Lost Secret of the New Covenant
Overcoming sin: Lifetime Guarantee
Prayer: A Better Way to Pray
Predestination: God Without Religion
Spiritual warfare: You’ve Already Got It
Supernatural life: When Heaven Invades Earth

Good holiday reads

Life is too short to read bad books. Here are some good ones to take on vacation. Again, clicking on a cover will take you to the relevant post…

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15 Comments on Book Reviews

  1. Ugochukwu Odimba // March 31, 2017 at 9:45 am // Reply

    Thanks Paul. I have over 20 of the books you listed and some of them I got to know about from your site. They have been a huge blessing. I’ve bought and read the most of the books by Paul Ellis, Andrew Wommack, Andrew Farley, D.R. Silva, Joseph Prince, Steve McVey, and Leonard John Ransil. The books by these authors have blessed and transformed my life.

  2. Anyone read any of the three e-books that Gavin Cox has written? They are called “How to Read the Bible and not get Confused”; “Why the Gospel is the Best News Ever” and “Living in the Will of God”. I am privileged to be a member of the congregation that Gavin has led on grace journey. His solid understanding together with a life that walks the talk are testimonies of the transforming power of the Gospel. The books are available at no cost on Amazon.com and are Kindle format downloads. Highly recommended. Number four is in the pipeline. Can’t wait.

  3. Do you know of any grace-based children’s books besides the Jesus Storybook Bible? Or books for kids that include identity, authority, the finished work of Christ, spirit soul & body or gifts of the spirit? We have the storybook Bible and love it but this seems to be an area that is either sorely lacking or I just haven’t found what I’m looking for yet.

  4. I read another book this summer that I don’t see in your list. Its called a letter to America from God. By David Gregory. Same Arthur who wrote dinner with a perfect stranger. Both are real good books.

  5. If you are looking for some more books to add to your Grace library, you should also check out Jeremiah Johnson.

  6. Favour Borokini // November 29, 2017 at 8:05 am // Reply

    Hi! I’m looking for books on…

  7. Jared Westendorp // February 4, 2018 at 5:49 pm // Reply

    For some Bible based fiction (funny huh) try Brian Godawa’s two series. He is pretty forthright in claiming it is fiction and yet he really expounds on the Seed of Eve crushing Satan’s head. Free ebook, the first book of the first series, is available from his website at Godawa.com No affiliation I’m just a fan.

  8. Have you ever read “finding church” by the author Wayne Jacobsen. The reason I recommend it is that it paints a wonderful journey of the discovery of the body of Christ at large.

  9. Hello Paul! Do you have any book on not getting stuck in a rut spiritually. Like spiritual lethargy where you don’t want to pray or study

  10. Stephen Hofer // July 18, 2019 at 6:08 am // Reply

    Hi Paul! Just wondering what you think of The Passion Translation. I’ve just started reading it and the intro’s and some of the books and it seems to be grace based.I really like what he talks about in the intro to Revelation and the footnotes.

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