Rodeo Preacher

Uncle Will sat tall in the saddle
Later years loved to look after his cattle
His faithful dog always followed behind
He was a gentle man always kind

His stories he loved to tell
He remembered them so well
A very interesting man he was
A rodeo man, who loved applause

He never married his lifestyle was such
A family would have suffered much
His home life was on the road
Motels at night was his abode

He loved to travel with his dog and horse
He lived his life without remorse
Accepted Jesus at an early age
When drinking and such was quiet the rage

Some called him a rodeo preacher
Of the Word of God he was a teacher
For the Kingdom of God he won lost souls
That was his calling, that was his goal

He's living with Jesus now
He's won all the souls that would allow
His teaching to reach their heart
To give their lives a brand new start

Uncle Will's lifestyle lead me to God one day
As I thought about it and considered his way
He stood firm and faithful his whole life through
No matter the cost, to his Lord he was always true

Melva


Scripture:

Romans 10:14
How then shall they call on him in whom
they have not believed? and how shall
they believe in him of whom they have not
heard? and how shall they hear without a
preacher?

As Christians we need to be very cautious
of our lifestyle. We may win or lose a soul
just by our actions.

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