"God has purpose in everything He does and everything we go through in our life. Job ended up with a very dramatic and astounding testimony about God’s unfathomable power and goodness. Satan was also proven to be a liar; Job was a man committed to the LORD,
no matter what happened to him. As Job says, “Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him” (JOB 13:15).Andearlyintohissufferinghesays,“NakedIcamefrommymother’swomb, and naked shall I return there. The LORD gave, and the LORD has taken away; Blessed bethenameoftheLORD”(JOB 1:21). Job was a remarkably humble man with amazing strength and fortitude. He was steadfast throughout his trial of suffering, even when he was troubled and confused. His story is one we should pay attention to: He had wealth and respect, and then suffering and humiliation, and then humbleness and vindication. At that time, in God’s perfect time, the LORD stepped in and finished the story.
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