Book Teaches How to Connect with God in a Real and Personal Way

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Author delivers an urgent message God desperately wants people to know

Living Isaiah 30:18

This book was written for such a time as this!

The world today is in turmoil, and many people are living in fear and confusion about their future. They know what to do but aren’t sure how to get there with everything they are dealing with. They know that God has a plan for them but aren’t sure how to tap into that plan. They know they shouldn’t be afraid but feel fearful. They know that God loves them but don’t feel deserving. If this sounds familiar, then author Dana E. Davin’s Living Isaiah 30:18 ($10.99, paperback, 978-1-61579-999-2) is the book for you! Filled with action steps that will help readers move beyond the doubt and uncertainty to a faith and hope that cannot be shaken, this book will inspire, encourage, and uplift the reader to connect with God in a real and personal way.

“This book was written for such a time as this!” the author says. “God literally woke me up in the middle of the night at a time when I was struggling with the fear and doubt and told me to write this book and I wrote it in four hours! That is nothing short of miraculous! I believe it is an urgent message He wants people to know!”

Davin, a motivational speaker for a multimillion-dollar sales organization, has been encouraging and inspiring women to live life above their circumstances for more than 25 years. She is devoted to spreading God’s message of hope, love, compassion, and victory to a world that is hurting. With the publication of this God-inspired book, she hopes to impart “an urgent message He wants people to know,” she says.

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 Living Isaiah 30:18 through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Living Isaiah 30:18 is available online through,, and


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