He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. Matthew 5:46 This is the tale of Job, an upright man was he. Upright in heart, and obedient as could be. Never did Job sin against the Sovereign Lord. He followed all God’s ways, in one mind and accord. One day Satan came, seeking whom he may devour. This was the test of Job; this was his hour. Satan had mocked God, remove Your hedge from Job’s place. When he loses his children, servants, and livestock, he will curse You to Your face. His children, servants, and livestock all gone away. Job covered his self in ash, and this is what he had to say. “ The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh away; blessed be the name of the Lord,” were the words Job did say. Satan had mocked the Lord, yet once again. Let me plague Job’s body, and then he will sin The devil had plagued Job’s body with boils; Job scrapped them away. And then as Job’s friends accused him, he began to curse his day. His wife even told him, “Job just curse God and die.” “Oh you foolish woman,” Job began to cry. In the end, Job was found innocent, and God blessed him double for his trouble. Oh, Job sure did burst Satan’s bubble.