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Job is the bee's knees. Really. He's blameless and upright, and he has kids, a wife, land, and a bunch of sheep
Satan tells God that, sure, Job loves God now, but take away his earthly possessions and his children, and he will dump God in a New York minute. God agrees to the challenge, and Satan unleashes a force that kills all of Job's family except his wife, kills his servants, and reduces his homes to dust.
Job remains loyal. He refuses to denounce God. Take that, Satan. God gets to back to bragging and Satan sets up another challenge. This time, God lets Satan give Job a nasty rash, boils, and blisters all over his body.
Oh well doesn't matter
Job is now less happy. After all, he was loyal to God, and look what happened. He doesn't renounce God, but he does insist that he deserves some kind of explanation—wouldn't you want one? His buddies Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar have an answer: it's his fault.
Job isn't quite satisfied with that explanation. Just in the nick of time, Elihu pops in to tell Job that he may not have sinned, but he still has no right to question his fate. After all, God's universe is still endowed with immortal power.
Probably wasen't your fault
Where was Job on the day the universe was created? Where was Job when God was designing the architecture of the seas and the continents ? If he stays loyal i will reward him double what he had
I can't understand all of God's divine plan. My suffering is part of it.
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