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When Silence is Not Enough
Job 40:1- 24

Over the years during which my first wife had multiple sclerosis, I have concrete memories concerning two or three occasions when I attempted to confront God about it. Distressed at the way the illness affected her, on one such occasion I remember saying, “I don’t really trust you with Ann,” and I remember sensing that God responded by saying, “Would you trust you with Ann if you were me?” (Answer: probably not.) On another such occasion I remember protesting at the way it seemed that her illness would be making it harder for her to relate to God, and I sensed God responding, “How Ann and I relate is between her and me, so shut up.”...

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