Often, when faced with trouble, we are quick to question God about the how and why we are suffering rather than realizing that, in this life, there will be trouble (JOHN 16:33). As Christians, followers of Christ, we willingly give up our personal wants to do what God desires. In today’s world, many do not. Most just do what they desire, because they are ignorant of God’s ways or choose to go against God’s plan. But Job did not follow his personal plan; he always desired to fulfill what God wanted and, as a result, he suffered. From the beginning, we knew that God was testing him, but we also knew Job would not betray Him. Job didn’t know anything except that he was suffering. But God was working. And when God continues to speak to us, He brings a level of clarity that goes beyond
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