In God’s Crosshairs: Ask yourself one question, “Do I feel lucky?” Well do ya punk?

There’s nothing more exciting than seeing an old bird dog on a point or a beautiful buck in the crosshairs of your rifle or hearing the whistle of wings of ducks, doves, or geese flying overhead. Yet after the last bird is picked and the trophy is hung on the wall, the excitement doesn’t last and the meaning slips away again. Author and avid hunter Bob Green knows there are millions of hunters who come up empty in life, their relationships suffer, and sometimes their families fall apart. In God’s Crosshairs is an easy-to-read daily devotional for all hunters and outdoorsmen. If life has ever made you feel like the prey instead of the hunter, maybe it’s time to change your position. Maybe God keeps trying to set his crosshairs on you, but like the wary old buck, you keep avoiding Him and hiding. It’s time to plan the best strategy of all, quietly resting In God’s Crosshairs.

So reads the product description for Bob Green’s book In God’s Crosshairs on Amazon.com.

Uh-huh. It’s real.

I told myself I wasn’t going to put anything about my new job at a local bookstore in this blog. However, I couldn’t resist after hearing about someone looking for a devotional for hunters and the above book is what one of the employees at the store found.

In God's Crosshairs

* Lyrics courtesy of Wanted Man by Ratt

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9 responses to “In God’s Crosshairs: Ask yourself one question, “Do I feel lucky?” Well do ya punk?

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  2. I hear God shoots a 30/30.

  3. So how do you like working in a bookstore? Is it an independent?

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  6. somethin’ just ain’t right with this.

  7. ” It’s time to plan the best strategy of all, quietly resting In God’s Crosshairs.”

    So he can, uh, what, pump the Lead of the Spirit into my heart, apply the field dressing of righteousness, and package me for consumption in the Freezer of Holiness?

    That analogy doesn’t just break down…it blows up in a giant fireball and rains molten WTF on all and sundry.

  8. Didn’t Theroeau have an essay that put it a bit more eloquently?

  9. Great googly moogly! Now that is one niche market book.

    God as sniper… not normally what one thinks of. 🙂