Simplified Cowboy Version 12-10-2011

by Kevin on December 10, 2011

We are compiling a list of the Simplified Cowboy Version verses that are sent out daily on Facebook and Twitter. This is just a little something to think about while you enjoy your weekend.

But unless you swing your horse around and ride down the right trail, you too will perish. Luke 13:5 (SCV)

I sure enough expect and hope that I ain’t gonna cower, but will be able to ride upright in the saddle knowin’ that Jesus rides beside me, in life as well as death. Philippians 1:20 (SCV)

When ridin’ with the Lord, a cowgirl isn’t any better than a cowboy, and a cowboy ain’t any better than a cowgirl. 1 Cor. 11:11 (SCV)

Get yer horse saddled, yer hat on, and sleep with yer boots beside yer bedroll with the oil lamp burning so you’ll be ready. Luke 12:35 (SCV)

When Jesus looked up again, he said, “I am the campfire of the world. Any cowboy or cowgirl that rides with me will never ride in the dark, but will have the light of life.” John 8:12 (SCV)

I want cowboys everywhere to take their hats off in prayer, without gettin’ mad or fussin’ with others. 1 Timothy 2:8 (SCV)

We can’t help tellin’ cowboys and cowgirls what we have seen and heard. Acts 4:20 (SCV)


If you are still wondering what to get that special cowboy or cowgirl in your life for Christmas, why not give them something that might change their life! Order The Great Cow-mission, a devotional for cowboys, by cowboys. Order now and you can even have it signed and personalized before Christmas!

If you’re lookin’ for something a little more diverse, check out my friend’s list of great books. He’s a Van Horn, Texas cowboy and I didn’t even know them feller’s could read, much less write…but they can, and he’s pretty good at it!!

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  • I really enjoy all these verses, especially the last one 🙂 🙂 I think when we are so in love with Jesus Christ we can’t help but tell others about Him. It should just pour out of our lives… 🙂 🙂 Greetings from the ocean shores of California, Heather 🙂

  • “Wither Tho Goest, I Shall Follow” meant I’d be followin’ my husband to the boonies of Northern Nevada , and leavin’ the Cowboy Church Family I had fellowship with behind.
    I’ve found this site a real treat from the Lord!
    Thanks heaps!!

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