There is an urgency to get this message out before events start taking place as predicted by the Bible. This book covers the events that will shape our government (and the world) in the latter chapters, based on Bible prophecies predominantly from Daniel and Revelation. I encourage you to give it a read.
So I guess that answers that
UPDATE: But wait, there's more
Me: Hey Bill, I actually got another copy, this time in my mailbox! Am I being targeted as being particularly resistant to the teachings of Mrs. (Miss?) White, or was there some kind of delivery mix-up!? If it's the latter, I can pass my 2nd copy along to someone else in the neighborhood. There are a lot of troubled drug addicts in the park across the street who could honestly use a little guidance, and also there's a Jehovah's Witness church about half a block away. I'm not sure how you guys feel about them, but they always have this table set up on the sidewalk and if you want I can leave Copy #2 on it.
Remnant: David, do as you feel is best with the extra copy. I don't know how that happened, but with a mailing this large (1 million books) these things will happen. We only shipped one per address.
Have a great day!
Me: Sounds good. It's a fairly quick read -- I can't seem to find the next date the Witnesses are predicting the world will end, but even if it's sometime this year they should have time to finish it.
Is there an etiquette for handing someone a copy? When you mail it, it's all very impersonal, but when you're actually looking someone in the eye and saying "You need to read this, your soul depends on it", it's kind of intimidating. Do you guys have any techniques you use, like theater actors do when they get nervous?
Remnant: If you think the book is interesting, share that sentiment with someone you think would possibly be interested in reading it. Or you can simply leave it on a lobby table somewhere or wherever you think someone might pick it up to check it out.
It's your book, so it's your choice.