A Road Beyond the Suffering: An Experiential Journey Through the Book of Job comprises moving letters written back and forth between husband and wife, Dick and Sue Rader. After their missionary career in Africa was cut short due to Sue's lengthy illness, their twenty years of a marriage slowly began to unravel as they tried to adjust to their new lifestyle in America. In these letters about Job, Dick and Sue express their inner struggles with God's goodness, justice, and power in the context of their own life-changing experiences.
What had Job really felt as he heard Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar?
Were their comments so different from the advice of friends in the twentieth century?
How does one submit to the will of a perfect God while in an imperfect body?
Through writing to each other, DIck and Sue not only discovered with Job that God is persistently trying "to turn back his soul from the pit, that the light of life may shine on him" (Job 33:30), but also found that God was healing their relationship with each other.
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