Job became depressed after suffering many personal losses – first his material possessions, then all his children. Then he was devastated by a grievous physical affliction. He broke out in painful boils. The Bible tells us “Job open his mouth and cursed the day of his birth…Why did I not die at birth, come forth from the womb and expire?...Why is light given to him who suffers, and life to the bitter of soul, who long for death, but there is note…[they] exalt when they find the grace…I am not at ease, nor am I quiet, and I am not at rest but turmoil comes” (Job 2:1,11,20-22,26). Job is in a battle in which he does not understand why God is permitting his suffering. In fact, he accuses God to be the cause of it. Yet, Job’s endurance glorified God for it answered Satan’s challenge and showed the unseen spirits, as well as men, then and throughout the ages, that God’s people serve Him, not a mere return for spiritual benefits but because of who He is.