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Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Zondervan; Reprinted edition (August 12, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 031024305X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0310243052
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,299,375 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Amazon.com Review

Bestselling author Jerry Jenkins blends his acclaimed fiction-writing skills into a heartfelt discussion on how to trust God's will in times of suffering. In Though None Go with Me, Jenkins introduces Elisabeth Grace LeRoy, a woman whose faith is tested time and again. He opens with 45-year-old Grace answering her phone at midnight, only to be told that her son is still alive but trapped inside a wrecked car. Like many Christians, she finds herself questioning God. "She had thought she understood grace, had told herself she understood sovereignty. But unless He spared her son ... she feared there was something about God she still didn't understand--and didn't like."

As is typical of Jenkins, Though None Go with Me is a smooth narrative--unencumbered by extensive character development or numerous subplots--in short, a family saga that could easily be a one-night page-turner. Readers will certainly find themselves invested in this spiritually complex and highly likable heroine who somehow keeps her trust in God through the ultimate human struggles, including a shattered romance and the near death of her son. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Publishers Weekly

Jenkins's latest treacly spiritual novel (after Left Behind and Tribulation Force) follows Elisabeth Grace LeRoy Bishop through her life, which stands as an "experiment in obedience" to God's will. Born on the first day of the century, Elisabeth lives through two world wars and the advent of the automobile and telephone. But the events of the outside world are secondary to the real story, which centers on her spiritual development. Once Elisabeth makes her commitment to God, the story moves quickly from one trial to another. Through no fault of her own, Elisabeth's faith is repeatedly tested. She must weather her father's death, her aunt's cruelty, the disappearance of her fianc? in WWI, her daughter's chronic illness, hardship during the Depression, her 34-year-old husband's battle with Alzheimer's disease and the criminal tendencies of her oldest son. Through these tribulations her faith in Christ holds firm, buoyed up in part by her beloved youngest son. Even when the most terrible things happen, apparently engineered to test her faith, Elisabeth's devotion to God and the church are, ultimately, strengthened. Her example bolsters the faith of her family and friends. In the end, for Jenkins, the intangible rewards of Christian faith counterbalance any worldly troubles. The story may be inspiring to some believers. Others, however, may find the uncomplicated evil of the book's few atheists and the jargon of the faithful unremittingly tedious. (Jan.)
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

More About the Author

Author of more than 180 books with sales of more than 70 million copies, including the best-selling Left Behind series, Jerry B. Jenkins is former vice president for publishing and currently chairman of the board of trustees for the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.

Jerry's writing has appeared in Time, Reader's Digest, Parade, Guideposts, and dozens of Christian periodicals. Twenty of his books have reached The New York Times best-seller list (seven debuting number one). The Breakthrough, the final book in Jerry's Precinct 11 trilogy, released from Tyndale House Publishers in September 2012.

Jerry owns Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company in Chicago, and the Christian Writers Guild, which aims to train tomorrow's professional Christian writers. Each student is personally mentored by a seasoned professional.

In January 2013, Jerry launched Christian Writers Guild Publishing (CWGP). Students take a six-month mentored course to guide them in writing their manuscripts, then CWGP publishes their books.


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Customer Reviews

Love Jerry Jenkins writings .
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It tells of real life things and heartache but that if we really have faith and trust God then ALL things work together for good!!
Teri Longstreth
Although this is a novel, his characters were believably real.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Traveler Tess on March 15, 2000
Format: Hardcover
I finished Though None Go With Me last night in the midst of a bucket of tears. In the last year, I have probably read at least 20 books, and this is by far the best that I've read. It comes across as biographical, taking us from Elizabeth's birth to her 65th birthday. She's dedicated her life "to an experiment in obedience to God," and this is reflected through out the book in every joy and trial. The dialog is excellent, and it gave me the feeling that I was right there watching the volley of words. On numerous occasions, Jenkins writes out the prayers that Elizabeth is lifting to the throne room of grace, and I found myself drawn into these private moments between this character and God. Elizabeth has inspired me and challenged me in my own walk with the Lord. If you can read only one book, this should be it.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 16, 1999
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This book will change your life, I promise. Even if you are not a Christian, you will be moved by the classic, universal literary structure of a heroine who decides to be a better person, experiences nothing but hardship because of it, but ultimately finds reward (think Jerry Maguire). If you are already a Christian, you will be inspired to even more passion in your faith.
Aside from that, it's some of Jenkins' best work ever. I was in tears by the third chapter (and I'm a guy) and could barely see the pages at the end. I've heard that a movie is being discussed; I can only hope.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 2, 2000
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This book has made an incredible impact on my life, it completely changes your focus on why you are handed lifes challenges. Elizabeth, the main character remains a true believer in God, no matter what crises arise, and many do. If you liked the Left Behind series, This will definately spark your interest! A MUST READ!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 5, 2000
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"Though None Go With Me" is a spiritually motivating novel by Jerry Jenkins, portraying one American woman's commitment to live her life in obedience to God regardless of the cost. Her trials are extreme, including the deaths of all of her immediate family members, a wayward child, multiple illnesses, being misunderstood and judged by those in the body of Christ, World War I, The great Depression and World War II. She honestly struggles with her own faith and sin, but turns to God who forgives her and renews her strength. The line that ministered to me the most was "We're saved by the grace of God, Elisabeth. Living Godly is noble. But don't do it for any reason other than to thank God for the gift of grace. Otherwise, you're still trying to earn his favor." (pg. 20). It helped me to settle some of my ongoing questions concerning grace versus works. God blesses her richly in the end. Jenkins skillfully interweaves scripture and traditional hymns of the faith that bring glory to God, especially powerful if one is familiar with them. The book is a page turner, hard to put down. It dispells the common myth that if you turn your life over to God, everything is going to be just great. It hit home for me and encouraged me to keep turning to God, and God alone, regardless. I highly recommend it.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Raney on February 29, 2000
Format: Hardcover
Though None Go With Me is a book that is not soon forgotten. I found myself thinking about the characters all week long. If you've ever wondered why Christians sometimes seem to suffer even more than unbelievers, this book offers a hopeful look at why. My own faith was strengthened as I walked with Elisabeth through the trials of her life. A book that is written with the classic literary quality of Catherine Marshall's Christy, Though None Go With Me is peopled with wonderful, timeless characters. One of the best books I've read in years.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on January 21, 2000
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This book has been an inspiration to me and my walk with Christ. It has inspired me to want to dig deeper in the Bible and to want to get to know Him so much more. Elisabeth demonstrates how we are to depend upon God in all our struggles. Yes, at times she didn't, but she always looked to Him to see what He was teaching her through every trial in her life. He is our strong-hold and she had to depend on Him and trust Him. Her commitment was just amazing and we should all strive to be molded like Christ.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LaRecea Welch on December 25, 1999
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This book is the best book I have read in a long time. Elisabeth was a great role model for me (a 13 year old girl). The way she folowed God and gave her childrens lifes to God, was a remminder to me to always trust in him. The book was also so sad that at times I could'nt stand it , but it strengtned me in my personal realationship with God. i do'nt think I could ever put into words what a great books this was( such a change from the Left Behind series)! If ever avaliable I would love to read another book likes this !
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kim Gisburne on February 11, 2000
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This is quite possible THE best book I have ever read. I chose to read this book because I enjoy the Left Behind series which Jerry Jenkins co-authors. Dare I say I like it better than Left Behind? I don't know, but this book is truly an inspiration.
Never has a book made me cry, but this one did...four times. I would read it at night in bed and my eyes would be begging for sleep but my brain was telling me to read, read, read!
A MUST READ!
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