A Cowboy's Whispered Psalms

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Tate Publishing, 2010 - Poetry - 297 pages
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In my mouth was a loaded .357. I planned to make my way to heaven. I had been living in sin. My hopes had all grown dim. ... But it wasn't my time, and I couldn't take something that wasn't mine. In A Cowboy's Whispered Psalms, author Kip Sawdy takes readers on a wild ride, sharing his deepest struggles, greatest victories, and darkest defeats. Through a combination of poetry and narrative, Sawdy tells his story-the good, The bad, And The ugly-and acknowledges his innate need for and dependence on God. But Sawdy hasn't always had such faith and hope. He's spent his fair share of time on the other side of the fence, with sin as his constant companion. Through each poem, Sawdy shows us that despite all of our imperfections, God loves us through his perfect Son. His story is a call to repentance, a call to fight the fleshly desires that so often undermine even the strongest convictions. A Cowboy's Whispered Psalms is the perfect book for anyone in need of inspiration and encouragement. Sawdy's use of poetry, personal insights, and scripture are a testimony to God's faithfulness in times of trouble, whether that means staring down the end of a barrel, facing a mean bull, or fighting the devil within.
 

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