Jesus’ sorrow revealed His humanity, suffering as God incarnate so that many might be saved.
Although God is incomprehensible, He is knowable by His self-revelation through His Son, Jesus Christ. Job discovered that knowing God came through suffering.
Without filter, aside from any facade, Job bears his soul in lament of his affliction. But his lament is grounded upon what is true about God and what is true…
An introduction to the book of Job.
Paul's defense of his apostleship lends opportunity to lay a foundation for a biblical understanding of suffering.
The suffering and afflictions of God's people are answered by the Father of mercies and the God of all comfort.
In this passage, the Servant of the Lord is seen as the Despised Servant, the Afflicted Servant and the Silent Servant.