Job, in the Bible, was both blameless and upright and eschewed evil. In spite of his piety, God allowed him to suffer great hardship. He lost everything he had and suffered miserably. After losing …
Source: The Awesomeness of God And the Myth of the Prosperity Gospel
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“Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But you learn, my God do you learn.” This quote by C.S. Lewis pretty much sums up the reason for suffering in this life. We need to learn!
You are absolutely right. I have learned much from suffering. It definitely has made me a better person. Thanks for sharing the C.S. Lewis quote. I have a couple of his works on my Kindle.