King David appointed scribes or journalists to daily capture his spontaneous songs and prayers. Those songs and prayers would then become the language and liturgy of the day. Once captured, those writings became the lyrics that would be sustained as psalms for generations to come. The scribes journaled the mighty acts of God and enabled everyone to remember His wondrous works. It was undoubtedly an arduous task to scribe 7 songs and 3 prayers everyday for 33 years. No printing presses, no copy machines, and no beautiful handmade Red River pen. With that said, this is the ultimate pen for the "scribes at heart.”
The old-style knurl, a series of precision-cut diamond-shaped ridges that help create a comfortable, well-balanced writing experience, is engraved into the grip for rugged use and hours of comfort to the hand. The Red River Maple adds a welcomed ruggedness to the look, and it is finished with a technique and with ingredients that would be found on a Kentucky Long Rifle in the late 1700s. This is a pen suited for the Scribe, the pen for those who have much to say.