©2001 Jerry B. Jenkins; (P)2009 Zondervan
"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.'....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." (Amazon.com review)
What a great example of Christian love, I was taken aback.
The main charter out lived all of her love ones, yet her life was such the example to follow after that even the oldest son, came to know Christ before he died. Didn't see that coming.
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