Book's Ten Simple Sermons Arrest Attention of People Everywhere

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Xulon Press release is slowly and surely bringing souls to God

Looking for ten simple sermons on themes that are useful for everyday living? In his new release from Christian self-publisher Xulon Press, Trust & Obey: Ten Simple Sermons for Everyday Living ($9.99, paperback, 1-594673-70-5), author Hilary Ryan Fernando offers thought-provoking, reflective, heart-moving, and inspiring sermons that are written in keeping with Richard Whateley's advice: "Preach not because you have to say something, but because you have something to say." They will arrest the attention of the reader so much that readers will not put down the book until they are finished.

Says Fernando, "For those who love the sermons of great preachers of yesteryear, this is an ideal book to read. The sermons are based on writings of Charles Spurgeon, Henry Drummond, D. L. Moody, Leslie Weatherhead, Stanley Jones, William Barclay, W. E. Sangster, D. T. Niles, etc. My vision is to spread God's Word in simple and very readable language, which laymen can understand and ponder over."

Already steadily gaining popularity--especially in Sri Lanka, where it has a high demand--the book is slowly but perceptibly bringing souls to God. One reader commented, "I started reading the book at 10 p.m. and could not lay it down till 4 next morning!" That enthusiasm is soon to be shared by believers across the world, as the book has been translated into two other languages and has entered the markets in India, the Philippines, and Australia. Additionally, says the author, efforts are being undertaken to translate the book into the Korean language.

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