Through the Bible: Job
Job demands a confrontation with God to know why He allows suffering, but finds himself only to receive condemnation from his three friends who conclude that suffering is the result of sins. Elihu rebukes them all by stressing the value in suffering instead. Finally, God speaks and assures His sovereignty amidst man’s suffering. Though the question “why” remains unanswered, Job’s repentance and restoration signify that victory over suffering will come.
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