Spirit-Led Writings Instruct Readers How to Walk in Abundance

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Book sets its sights on revealing the vision of our redemption

Not long after she was saved, God led Edna P. Crowley to write down the revealed knowledge He gave to her each day from studying and meditating on His Word, and she obeyed Him. Now, in God's Way of Love ($19.99, paperback, 978-1-60477-408-5), the author hopes to show every Christian who does not yet see in his heart his inner man, the vision of his redemption. The book will also teach readers how to walk by grace through faith, receive everything that belongs to them, and enjoy the good life that God provided them with.

Says the author, "This is God's 'way of love' to all of mankind--to walk in and enjoy in abundance every day of his life. This is why the Father sent Jesus to the world and what Jesus accomplished for you and for me by destroying the works of the devil and enabling us to enjoy this good life again in abundance in Jesus."

The first in a planned series of four books, God's Way of Love came about when God instructed Crowley to write three books on love and one on grace. 'I said, 'Lord, You and I both know I do not know how, but I know You well enough to know that what You tell us to do You equip us to do, so show me how and I will.' I have finished the first book and am working on the second one to the glory of God," she says. A graduate of Rhema Bible School in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Crowley says God commissioned her to go all over the world and share the love of God, which is what she is doing through this and three more books, all in obedience to God.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order God's Way of Love through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian communications company with interests in radio, Internet, and magazine publishing.


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