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CD Review: Sammy Kershaw – I Won’t Back Down

Sammy Kershaw – I Won’t Back Down

Take a Letter to Maria, Law Back Down,
Grillin and Chillin’, Fixer Upper, Groove, I Won’t Back Down, I Had to Give
That Up Too, I Can’t Wait To Waste a Little Time, Send In The Rodeo, Don’t
Move, Why You Wann Do Me This Way, Let’s Lay Here Forever
The things that captivated my attention to
the Amercian country music artist Sammy Kershaw’s music are the lessons that go
with the songs.
Thousands of couples walk down the aisle
and exchange vows.  Some marriages are successful,
last for a lifetime and some do not.  “Take
a Letter to Maria” has a foot tapping beat but behind the rhythm is a painful story
about the pain of separation.  A spouse
is in the arms of another man.  The story
reminds me so much about the wise King Solomon who warned his son who forgot
the covenant of God.  Marriage vows are
solemn commitment and promises.  It is a
covenant relationship made during the wedding day and established by God where
the bride completes the groom and groom completes her.  With the high rates of divorce these days, a
lot has been wondering, can one save the marriage, is it possible to trust
again? The thorn is different in each life, but it is there to teach us things
that could be learned in no other way. 
Life goes on despite the thorn’s presence. Victory lies in faith, peace
and joy even in the midst of difficulties.
“I Won’t Back Down”  is standing ground even in the midst of
adversities.  Through tough times Sammy
Kershaw moves forward, going to the very center of them.  It’s taking courage to do the
impossible.  It’s about guarding the
heart and mind and never trading it to the devil for his fear and worry.  It’s staying behind the protective wind
beneath His wings and going through the fire which refines him.  Victory is recognizable when you show love,
tenderness and obey in times of challenges. 
Journalist, Country Music News International 

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