The Terror of a Night's Rest

We look forward to a night’s rest to get away from the troubles of the day, but when you are in deep suffering, that rest can be evasive, as Job found out, because he said that while he hoped for comfort and ease (Job 7:13), “Then You scare me with dreams and terrify me with visions” (Job 7:14).
That made him desire death (Job 7:15, 16).
However, Job would not take his own life, but still trusted in the Lord, knowing that in the end, the truth would stand and that Job would be victorious.
That is what happened, because Job was patient.

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