"The restoration of Job is not just a restoration but a maturity of his understanding. Since Job felt that he had done nothing wrong, he questioned God about the suffering he was enduring and what God was doing about it. But remember, mankind is all together sinful to the LORD. At the beginning of time, the first man and woman chose against what
God had told them, creating a sinful human heart. At the base of it Job, by nature, was sinful just like the rest of us. It would only be Jesus Christ who could do anything about this original error or sin of mankind. Sin is still a problem today, and the only way we can deal with it is to confess those failures to Jesus and ask Him to come into our hearts and take over. The restoration of Job at the end of his story is because God chooses to restore him after this brutal time of testing. This is reflected in the last chapter of the book.
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