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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2014
Unrelenting Love is the story of Jack Soule. Growing up as a boy in Colorado and Washington, he came to know the Lord at an early age. Like so many young men in the 1960s and early 1970s, Jack was sent to fight in Vietnam as a Hospital Corpsman with the US Marines. The horror and suffering of war changed Jack and separated him from his relationship and faith in God. Decorated for valor, Jack was a Corpsman many looked up to, yet inside he was scared, alone, and suffering from PTSD.
Jack began to achieve all that he ever wanted, but nothing filled the emptiness deep inside. Jack believed that he had failed God and had committed acts that were beyond Gods forgiveness. Jacks journey back to Gods grace and mercy is an exciting story of love, loss, suffering, and heartache as he questioned whether he would ever again feel Gods loveuntil God sent Jack the answers to all of his questions in the form of a seven-year-old girl.
Jessica Higgins5 Stars Out Of 5A great story of war and loveMarch 29, 2014Jessica HigginsQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5QUICK HIT - Drawing on personal experiences of actual events, Richard Doggett has brought the character of Jack Soule to life with questions that ponder on many of our minds. Throughout the reading, I was questioning the times that I looked at a situation wonder where God was, only to find out that he sent me.
Jack Soule was raised on a ranch in Colorado and came to be saved at a very young age. When he graduated high school, he decided to risk his odds and join the Navy rather than be drafted into the army and be sent off to Vietnam. However, his recruiter talked him into going into medical where he ended up being a Hospital Corpsman sent to work with the marines in the jungles of Vietnam.
In Vietnam, he experienced death, destruction, and turmoil that would haunt him for years and affect his relationships with family, friends, and woman. He moved on into further medical training after Vietnam and threw himself into his work, turning his back on God and his grace. Through struggles, prayers, and one little girl with terminal cancer, he manages to see God's grace again.
Richard Doggett takes us to the jungles of Vietnam and makes us feel like we are there beside Jack. The details given during that period make it feel as if we know what Jack is going through, although no one can understand who hasn't truly experienced it. The questions Jack faces are familiar to many of us, and I know that old questions were rekindled as I read on. The flow moves really well and is a very enjoyable read. I recommended it to all who are favors of war novels or those who want to see unrelenting love of God's grace.