The Cattle on a Thousand Hills

Knowing the Real God Who Cares About Our Real Lives Marty Campbell. MARTY CAMPBELL The CATTLE THOUSAND - || - The CATTLE on a THOUSAND HILLS Knowing the Real God. Front Cover.

Author: Marty Campbell

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490883540

Category: Humor

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Everyone who rides through God’s creation longs for the romance John Wayne offers from the back of a Hollywood horse. However, the reality of those same folks’ ranch lives often hits them in the side of the head like the handle on a squeeze chute. The whirlwind of the modern-day cowboy life leaves seemingly little time for praying and even less time for sermons that don’t hit home. God needs to be real, and he needs to be found in the everyday, dawn-to-midnight struggles and joys of true-to-life, cow-feeding, bronc-stomping folks who live in a world where there are espresso shacks in feed-store parking lots. In The Cattle on a Thousand Hills, stories of genuine individuals who live life on the working end of a calf-puller teach lessons that only a real God can provide, set in the real world in which cowboys, horsemen, and ranch wives live. Combining true stories and life lessons with biblical wisdom, this book is at the same time humorous and poignant. Its pages will provide a look at life through God’s eyes that can be applied to anyone’s life, but especially to the folks who spend their summers cutting hay and their winters feeding it.
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Cattle on a Thousand Hills

a and Benton Counties , there is approximately one cow unit for every three acres , which includes all farm and city acreage , highways , lakes , and other property . Other combinations , such as those with production of fruits and ...

Author: Connell J. Brown

Publisher: University of Arkansas Press

ISBN: 1557284393

Category: Nature

Page: 237

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"Cattle on a Thousand Hills presents a history of cattle in Arkansas from the period of European exploration and settlement to the present day, when some of the finest beef herds in the country are found in the state. Dr. Brown focuses on the ranchers' and farmers' ways of life, explores the development of the various breeds, and describes how technological advances and the evolution of cattle marketing affected beef production in Arkansas." "Dr. Brown tells the story of the state's cattle industry in terms of the people who introduced new varieties of cattle to Arkansas, raised them, and led the associated supporting organizations. Included are chronicles of the Arkansas Cattlemen's Association and other organizations that have had significance in Arkansas's growing and dynamic cattle business: the Arkansas Cattlewomen's Association, the Farm Bureau, the Cooperative Extension Service, the Department of Animal Science at the University of Arkansas, and the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association. Connell J. Brown's book is the definitive story of the people who built an industry currently worth half a billion dollars in annual sales."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Cattle on a Thousand Hills

Columba's Herding May the herding of Columba Encompass you going and returning Encompass you in strath and ridge And on the edge of each rough region May it keep you from pit and from mine Keep you from hill and from crag, Keep you from ...

Author: Katharine Stewart

Publisher: Luath Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781913025779

Category: History

Page: 165

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While their role has been all too often overlooked by historians, cattle played an integral part in the economy, ecology and culture of Highland life. Although many of these animals and their keepers have been abandoned in favour of sheep walks and deer forests, their legacy has remained through stories, paintings and songs. Infused by the author's own experiences of small holding at the end of the crofting era, this book offers an excellent insight into the social history and colourful customs assosiated with tending cattle on crofts, on shielings and on the drove roads of old, in an account that is populated by legendary figures, mighty beasts and characters larger than life. Perhaps most importantly of all, however, this is a history that looks to the future - a recent revival in cattle and traditional practices could pave the way for the truly sustainable agriculture practices so crucial to the fate of the planet at large.
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The Cattle on a Thousand Hills

... who had with them one hundred and twenty - five head of oxen and cows , twelve wagons , and fifteen horses . ... We got along reasonably well , until we arrived at what , I think , Beale names Hemp - hill spring ( our guide calls it ...

Author: Robert Glass Cleland

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015040105275

Category: California

Page: 327

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History of the rapid transition in southern California in a 20 year period, 1850-1870: the impact of Anglo-Saxon customs and institutions on Spanish-Californian pastoral life, the breakup of large ranchos and the increase of agriculture, and the beginnings of urban economic communities.
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Names of God

Owner of the Cattle on a Thousand Hills 30 Owner of the Cattle on a Thousand Hills SCRIPTURE: PSALM 50:7–12 “I am God, your God... for every animal of the forest is mine, and the cattle on a thousand hills.

Author: Mary Foxwell Loeks

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9781418568061

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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Lord... Door... Rock... Redeemer... Way... Truth... Life... These are a few of the 45 names of God that Mary Foxwell Loeks illuminates in this classic collection of meditations. Short and succinct, thought-provoking and memorable, these praise pieces provide an aid to both private and corporate worship. Each meditation includes examples of the Names in scripture, a thoughtful life application and a closing prayer.
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The Fragmented Metropolis

See , for example , the activities of Henry Dalton ( Dalton Papers ) and Abel Stearns ( Cleland , Cattle on a Thousand Hills , chap . x ) . 42. Los Angeles Star , January 11 , 1862 ; William Brewer , Up and Down in California in ...

Author: Robert M. Fogelson

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520913612

Category: History

Page: 362

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Here with a new preface, a new foreword, and an updated bibliography is the definitive history of Los Angeles from its beginnings as an agricultural village of fewer than 2,000 people to its emergence as a metropolis of more than 2 million in 1930—a city whose distinctive structure, character, and culture foreshadowed much of the development of urban America after World War II.
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These Thousand Hills

Below him lay the lovely land and the birds of the field and the beasts of the forest that were His , and the earth and the fullness thereof and the cattle on a thousand hills . It was Joyce's voice or the measured knocking that dragged ...

Author: Alfred Bertram Guthrie (Jr.)

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0395755204

Category: Fiction

Page: 346

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Determined to assert his independence, young Lat Evans leaves his parents' ranch to join a cattle drive
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Waiting

That day he prayed a prayer he had often prayed : " Lord , we know the cattle on a thousand hills are thine . Please sell some of them and give us the money . " As he prayed with some staff and faculty , a tall Texas oilman walked into ...

Author: Ben Patterson

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 0830812962

Category: Religion

Page: 170

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Exploring the lives of Abraham and Job, Ben Patterson offers insight and practical comfort for those who wait.
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The House of Zondervan

In the late forties, as a student at Moody Bible Institute, he published some choruses that became well known, sometimes through a Jack Wyrtzen rally or a Billy Graham crusade — “He Owns the Cattle on a Thousand Hills” and “Jesus Is a ...

Author: James E. Ruark

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310271505

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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The inspiring story of the first seventy-five years of Zondervan ---of the people and products and events that have made it one of the world s largest Christian publishing houses. Above all, the history of Zondervan is the story of lives reached and transformed by the grace and power of God."
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Conrad Richter

Back at his typewriter , Richter took up the story that would become first novel , thinking to write the first part of " His Cattle on a Thousand Hills , " his working title , as a separate story to sell to Lorimer .

Author: David R. Johnson

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 0271020970

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 407

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Conrad Richter: A Writer's Life is the story of an aspiring writer who failed and then, desperate for money, tried again and wrote himself out of penny-a-word pulp magazines and into a Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award. Based upon unrestricted access to all of Richter's letters, journals, notebooks, and private papers, this biography offers an intimate account of Richter's personal struggle to achieve success in his own and in other people's terms. Johnson's biography will engage anyone interested in the art of biography and in a novelist's act of writing. Admirers of Richter's novels will also find much of interest in his life. So, too, will those who find value in the story of a man who, despite his sense of himself as an imperfect vessel for God's plan for human evolution, lived his life with as much grace, determination, and courage as he could.
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