Author Brings Insight to God's Ultimate Will in New Title

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Book will resonate with believers who do not want to be sifted but shifted

Mankind has a mandate to pursue the kingdom of God, yet so few believers have come to realize that His plan has always been to establish His kingdom on earth. In Dr. Paul A. Thomas' new Xulon Press release, The Kingdom Shift: A Breakthrough to New Horizons ($11.99, paperback, 978-1-60791-859-2), the author brings insight to God's ultimate will, which dictates His desire for creation to become a true extension of the kingdom of God, therefore reversing the curse of sin. As an introduction to kingdom living, the book will open readers' eyes to the truth and self-aggrandizement that is the work of sensationalism. It is pertinent to 21st century believers who do not want to be sifted but shifted.

"I hope [readers] will receive a shift in their thinking concerning kingdom truths and they will pursue the kingdom of God as a result," the author says. "It is essential that mankind comes to realize that this is the mind of God. It is good news because man can change his lifestyle through kingdom truths."

Thomas, who has been in the ministry for more than 40 years, has a strong and invigorating anointing upon his life that has led him to take the kingdom message throughout the world. His ministry has reached thousands in India, South America, Haiti, the Caribbean, Canada, and parts of the USA. As the author of several books, he is no stranger to publishing and has even had one of his titles--Supporting the Leaders Around You--translated into several Indian dialects. In this, his latest endeavor, he hopes to continue uniting Christians to build the universal kingdom of God.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 7,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order The Kingdom Shift through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The Kingdom Shift is available online through,, and

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