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There are times when we think the world around us is coming to an end. In such critical situations, we know those who are true Christians. Some people try to figure God out through their feelings, even though the Bible teaches us that our quality of faith is measured by our attitude to God, particularly in hard times.

In the light of Job's experience, we can see that trouble does not require any invitation before it comes. So, when trouble comes unexpectedly, how do you handle it? Job saw his hard times as a reason for believing in God, just as he had also seen good times as a reason for believing in God. This is why he did not sin by charging God with wrongdoing. Instead, he fell to the ground in worship and said, “The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised”. This means that if you handle your hard times with care, they will soon turn to good times.

If gold must be gold, it must pass through fire. Anytime you are face to face with uncommon challenges, do not lose heart. They may be to prepare you for the uncommon blessings that are waiting ahead of you, because uncommon blessings always attract uncommon challenges. When you know this as a child of God, your confession will always be, “Whether You save me or not, I will continue to serve You, because I know You are my Saviour! I know You are God all the time!”