“For the thing I greatly feared has come up me, and what I dreaded has happened to me.” Job 3:25
Do you pray according to the mind of God? Job certainly thought he did. Then, trauma and tragedy hit suddenly with intensity, and he worshiped. In all this Job did not sin or charge God with wrong. That was only the beginning of sorrows. How did Job pray when fear and dread lingered and friends became the enemy. How was his heart tested?
Delayed answers to prayer can expose hidden weakness not revealed except under intense testing. Job praying in anguish cries out from the heart about his loss.
Let’s go back in time and hear Job’s questions and the way God chose to answer. Was his final outcome worth the trial?