Equips readers with Scriptures-based wisdom for navigating through the rough waters of life
Lahore, Pakistan (PRWEB) August 06, 2014
The recently released book, “The Divine Truth” (published by Xlibris AU), equips readers with Scriptures-based wisdom for navigating through the rough waters of life. The author, writing under the pen name Son of Man, urges others to join him on a journey of faith and deeper understanding of God.
“The Divine Truth” was written to introduce God that is in accordance to the revealed messages of the Holy Books. It talks about God, the affairs of God and how belief in God is the key for humanity to achieve peace. The Son of Man also includes practical insights which readers can apply and thus make their lives happier and more peaceful.
“I suggest one must read this book once in one's lifetime for the sufficient knowledge about God,” the Son of Man says. “This book is written to preserve the basic soul of the true religion revealed by God from first to the last received message.”
“The Divine Truth” also provides readers with remedies against what the Son of Man calls “diseases of the soul.” At the core of this book is the Son of Man’s passion to share his spiritual experiences and his devotion to the Almighty.
“The Divine Truth”
By Son of Man
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 848 pages | ISBN 9781499008579
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 848 pages | ISBN 9781499008647
E-Book | 848 pages | ISBN 9781499008708
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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