Release of Author's Book Marks Completion of Autobiography

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Author's two-part tale tells of human heart's need for something more.

Till the Full Light of Day (paperback, 978-1-60477-806-9), the second book in a two-part account of Xulon author Mary Davis Cutler's life, recently debuted in bookstores across the nation. It continues the story of the author's spiritual journey that began in her riveting debut, The First Gleam of Dawn. Following her remarkable and life-changing Christian conversion at age 50, Cutler embarked on a new and exciting walk with Jesus, discovering true fulfillment as God worked through her to change many lives. This book seeks to honestly portray the all-out efforts of a family seeking to walk with God through both the trials and joys of life; it is a timeless tale of the human heart's desperate need for something more--and of finding it through God's provision in Christ.

God placed the seeds for Cutler's autobiography upon her heart six years ago at the age of 80. Since then, she has been working tirelessly to complete the continuing story of God's working--often miraculously--in her life and the lives of her family members. With the release of the second part of her autobiography, the author says she hopes readers will "have a good read which will culminate in a joyous renewal of faith for some and transformed lives for others."

In the course of hundreds of speaking and ministry engagements, Cutler has seen God use her unique testimony--and the related testimonies of her family--to touch many lives with His love, grace, and power. "I have found that my story (including the stories of my entire family) has given hope and new life to many people in the course of the hundreds of talks I have given [on] sharing what God has done in our lives," the author says.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Till the Full Light of Day through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


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