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Abstract God created the heavens and the earth for his own purpose Man was created by God to rein over the Earth Job an innocent God-fearing rich man was struck down by a series of grave calamities that destroyed his wealth his family and afflicted him with a dreadful and painful disease In answer to his constant prayers God spoke with Job While God did not address Jobs question of why the calamities had befallen him he spoke of the world that he had created Thereby teaching Job that God created all things including evil and that bad things can happen to good people Jobs Talk With God God created the heavens and the earth for his own purpose Man was created by God to reign over the Earth Job an innocent God-fearing rich man was struck down by a series of grave calamities that destroyed his wealth his family and afflicted him with a dreadful and painful disease The conventional wisdom of the time taught men who were righteous and obeyed Gods law would prosper while sin would cause suffering In contrast to the conventional wisdom while Job suffered his calamities he steadfastly maintained his innocence while maintaining a constant prayer vigil with God During Jobs era God punished sinners or evildoers This lesson had been taught and proven by Gods judgment for centuries Adam and Eve had been evicted from the Garden of Eden for their disobedience by eating the fruit from the forbidden tree of life This act of evil or the original sin resulted in their punishment of being banished from the Garden of Eden In the time of Noah God saw that mankinds hearts and minds had become corrupted God found righteousness in Noah so God had Noah build a great ark that was filled with two of every kind of animal When Noah and his family were aboard the ark God destroyed the earth and
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