Blazing Guns, Wild Horses, & the Grace of God: The James Kilpatrick Story

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AuthorHouse, Mar 30, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 112 pages

This is the story of one man's amazing journey, his destination and the intervention of an almighty God.

The tragic event of May 17, 1951 would change the lives of many families forever. Numerous newspaper articles have been written about that night and what took place but this story is different from anything that was ever printed. This is the event as it happened through the eyes of a 16 year old boy watching as his father was gunned down and died in front of him.

James Kilpatrick escaped the hand of death as he dodged bullets standing strong and brave to protect his family. The enemy sought to destroy him but God sent angels to camp around him and protect him. That night began a long, hard journey to places unknown and dangers unseen.

Come walk with me through these pages as we pull back the curtain and view the life and testimony of James David Kilpatrick.

(Some names have been withheld to protect the innocent victims and their families.)

 

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About the author (2011)

Dana Hill began keeping a journal at the age of eighteen after the death of her daddy in 1978. Journaling helped her in the healing process of dealing with and accepting that dying is a part of living "For a born again Christian dying is just passing from this life to the eternal life." Writing has been a hobby of Dana's for the last thirty two years.

After her son, Bobby, lost his best friend to cancer, Dana wrote and published, "In The Shadow of His Cross" The Cliff Jacobs Story. It is the witness and testimony of a young man battling cancer and how he overcame.

Dana works as a programs secretary at First Baptist Church in Boaz, Alabama and she and her husband Larry attend Bethlehem Baptist Church. She has a son, Bobby who is a 2LT in the US Army and is stationed at Ft. Bragg, NC with the 82nd Airborne. Dana also has a daughter, Lori, who is a teacher at Shepherd's Place Christian School. Lori has two daughters, Anna and Abbie and they bring much joy and happiness into their nana's life.

Dana and husband Larry live a quiet, simple life in Sardis, Alabama. "Writing is therapy for me and being able to share the testimony of others is a blessing."

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