New Xulon Title Enlightens Readers to the Symbolism Behind ‘Siloam’

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Thomas shares a dynamic testimony, as well as extensive biblical commentary

Siloam: This Word Means Sent

Christ is openly displaying His work through one's testimony, and is correlating the testimony with Scripture.

The new book by Roger Thomas, Siloam: This Word Means Sent, ($14.99, paperback, 9781498420952; $Price, hardcover, ISBN; $7.99, e-book, 9781498420969) displays a present-day eschatological work from God, now seen through one's testimony and understood through Old and New Testament Scripture. The author explains that Christ is using the Pool of Siloam (as mentioned in the Bible in John 9) to manifest His sending.

“Christ is openly displaying His work through one's testimony, and is correlating the testimony with Scripture,” states the author. “The testimony correlates with events taking place in John 9. I believe it happened to usher in spiritual awareness of a work of God that is currently taking place today.”

Roger Thomas has been a servant of Christ for over thirty-five years. God’s interactions in Roger’s life have drawn him nearer to the Scriptures. He speaks of his personal testimony as “a door that no man can shut.” In the beginning, his testimony seemed obscure in meaning to him. In time, the interactions unveil a work of God to him. His test at Siloam, known as “the work of God,” is a testimony that would come at its appointed time. God has correlated Roger’s personal testimony with that of the blind man’s, as described in John 9. The correlation of testimonies would direct his steps. The author’s calling was to unveil a divine work emanating from God. The test at Siloam directs one’s understanding of that work.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Siloam: This Word Means Sent through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through,, and

Media Contact: Roger Thomas, Burntbark(at)aol(dot)com

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