Berlin, Pennsylvania.And November 22 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Roy Nelson Shawlis, resident of the . Mountains Pennsylvania, complete his new book, Cat Food for Jesus: A creative and thoughtful children’s story that reminds readers of God’s power to strengthen the faith of those who are open to listening. The story also focuses on the importance of helping others.
When a neighbor loses her cat while trying to find her a new home, the cat ends up in a very unexpected place.
author Roy Nelson Shawlis He writes, “So that’s what my wife calls a ‘hillbilly’ moment. I know I have a long rope in the shed; I could probably use the cat rope. So I went to get the rope. All makes me think I can kitten in the tree. I’ve never mocked anything in my life.” But I was mocked by a kitten and begged by a little girl, so I was not thinking normally. I threw the rope up as high as I could. The kitten passed and wrapped around the top of the tree. I pulled to try to loose the rope, but the tree bent when I pulled. Whenever I pulled More, I flexed it more. Well, maybe I could pull it down enough that Emma could reach the cat. So I pulled with all my might. However, the tree didn’t bend enough. But the “hill moments” never ceased to amaze me. I decided to pull the pickup, I tied the end of the rope in, then pulled the tree down.”
Posted by Page Publishing, Roy Nelson Shawlis The charming tale inspires readers to remember that God is always in control of every event in their lives.
Readers who want to try this original work can purchase “Cat Food for Jesus” from bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and noble.
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