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Have you noticed my servant Job and that there is no one on earth like him blameless and upright fearing God and avoiding evil Job 2 8 These are the words spoken from the Lord to Satan about the great man named Job Although he says that there was no one else in the world like Job Job was still the one chosen to suffer Job did not deserve this hardships unlikne mankind and did not have a need to repentJob did not deserve any of the hardships and perils that were placed upon him It seems that all that was done to him was for God to prove a point For in his conversation with Satan Satan proclaims Is it for nothing that Job is God-fearingYou have blessed the work of his handsBut now put forth your hand and touch anything that he has and surely he will blaspheme you to your face The Lord then replied Behold all that he has is in your power only do not lay a hand upon his person After the first trial the Lord changed his mind and decided to allow Satan to do anything to him but he must spare his life This was not right No one should suffer especially when the person has done nothing wrong for the point of others Although he suffered for the Lord he should not have had to in the first place The Lord even said that Job was blameless and upright that he was god fearing and avoided evil Now no person like this deserves to suffer Mankind deserves the same hardships that Job suffered for the world would not know compassion without suffrage Many of the citizens in todays world are not as upright and honest as they were back in Jobs time Because of this their punishments should be even worse than what Job experienced if you were going by the Doctrine of Retribution
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