New Xulon Book Boldly Attacks Sin in an Expository Manner

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Author’s revelations will help readers break free of sin—and stay free

You Can't Sin

Readers will gain an understanding of and the knowledge to deal with sin, and if the reader walks in these revelations, they manifest as sons of God

Man’s inherently sinful nature is nowhere more apparent than in today’s degenerate society. In Xulon Press author Elijah T. Sog’s new release, You Can’t Sin ($22.99, paperback, 978-1-61579-887-2), the author reveals his deep insight into the subject matter of sin from God’s perspective. This book is a bold attempt to attack the major issue in the world today in an expository manner. Readers desiring to be free from sin—and stay free of its stranglehold on their lives—will want to read this book, study it, and then meditate on the content. Contained within its pages is a truth that promises to set them free.

“Readers will gain an understanding of and the knowledge to deal with sin, and if the reader walks in these revelations, they manifest as sons of God,” the author says. “Victory over sin ensures the delivery of all your inheritance from God to you. Everything that causes shame is traceable to living in sin. Man was not made to live in shame but was made for the glory of God; living in sin cuts off the glory of God.”

Elijah T. Sog, who currently resides in the United Kingdom, has walked in these revelations as revealed by the Word of God for the past 22 years. He stresses that without this knowledge, readers will not be able to use the provisions of God. “To live in sin is to serve sin, and no man can serve two masters,” he explains. “This book is the manual on victory over sin, and this works.”

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 You Can’t Sin through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. You Can’t Sin is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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