Author's Xulon Title Bestows Manifold Blessing on Believers

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New release from Christian self-publisher delivers weighty message

For Christian author Corey P. Saulters, getting the most out of his life started many years ago when he wrote his first poem. Not knowing what it would lead to or why he kept it so long, in retrospect, the author now realizes God was preparing him to deliver a message to believers via simple words. "Now I see the gift given to me and refuse to let it be wasted," the author says of his new release from Christian self-publisher Xulon Press, Hell? NO! ($9.99, paperback, 978-1-60477-825-0) "The words you will read would have been useless sitting in a folder, cabinet, or drawer. So by choice and by yielding to the Holy Spirit, I sought a means to bring God's words to you."

The poems contained in Saulters' book cover encompass a variety of situations, emotions, thoughts, and circumstances that were all resolved based on godly principles. The book's delightfully acerbic moniker is a declaration that no condition or trial that leads to the path of hell will be accepted. "No one, no offer, no scheme, no worldly pleasure will ever convince me to lose my soul to hell by accepting the things that are not of God," the author says.

Born the second of four children in New York, Saulters experienced many trials, pains, and life lessons before being able to see the goodness of God in the midst of it all. When he finally yielded to put what God had impressed upon his heart into print, the blessings were manifold: "I am humble and my greatest reward is hearing that people have been blessed by my book. I have become transparent in my writing so that others can reap the benefits."

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Hell? NO! through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian.


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