Dr. King reflects on the purpose of suffering in the Book of Job and how Job deals with it.

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[Underlined: Job] It is implied in the Prologue and the speeches that [Crossed out: evil] God has a purpose in inflicting suffering upon [Page 2] us, but this purpose is so far beyond us that we cant comprehend it. Even when we cannot see what the purpose is, the purpose [Page 3] is there. Moreover it is implied in [Jab?] that God would not be God without an element of mystery about him. [Page 4] Jab finds something of an existential solution to the problem by finding a way to live through faith, while at the same time facing the
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