Robbie Taggart: Highland Sailor

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Librarian Note there is than one author with this name in the Goodreads database.Michael Phillips has been writing in the Christian marketplace for 30 years All told, he has written, co written, and edited some 110 books Phillips and his wife live in the U.S., and make their second home in Scotland.

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Robbie Taggart: Highland Sailor
  • Michael R. Phillips
  • English
  • 21 September 2017
  • 9780871239198

10 thoughts on “Robbie Taggart: Highland Sailor

  1. says:

    Robbie Taggart like many men was fun loving, a little cocky, but compassionate in his heart He thought he believed in God until he heard that God s son Jesus was the man he needed to know But the he learned, the he felt that being a real Christian might change his life than he wanted it to He had been a wanderer, a drifter, all his life He was independent, strong and very capable What would God use to help him see his life in a different way Would he be able to surrender himself He couldn t understand why an old sailor friend of his fathers was interested in him or his life All the time he remembered Jamie and her family in a loving way He also remembered what she told him about her Lord Off on a ship he perseveres to be the sailor and person he should be and almost looses his life But God was not finished with him Not by a long shot This story will take you into mystery, love, pain and death, but the finale will make you cry for joy At the very top of the best books ...

  2. says:

    I liked this book, however was disappointed that the majority of it was not in Scotland, which I had hoped Still, a good read.

  3. says:

    I loved the story, but a lot of the theology was a wee bit over my head I hope when I read it again eventually I ll be able to fully grasp of it Additionally, the stuff that was on my level I didn t necessarily agree with all of it There was also a lot of stuff I did agree with and learn from There is so much in this story I want to talk about but I also don t want to spoil it As far as the story itself and the way it was written, I have no complaints EXCEPT that most of the romance was just kind of skipped over I m not normally a sap but in this case I was really looking forward to it just to have it not there The authors also made Robbie s reaction to Hsi Chen s terminal illness kind of vague in my opinion There was no shock heartbreak, no long conversation with Hsi Chen and or Isaiah about it, no intense, tearful pleading with God for understanding I feel like that scene had hu...

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