Job 10:1-7
I am disgusted with my life. Let me complain freely. I will speak in the bitterness of my soul. 2 I will say to God, ‘Don’t simply condemn me-tell me the charge you are bringing against me. 3 What do you gain by oppressing me? Why do you reject me, the work of your own hands, while sending joy and prosperity to the wicked? 4 Are your eyes only those of a human? Do you see things as people see them? 5 Is your lifetime merely human? Is your life so short 6 that you are in a hurry to probe for my guilt, to search for my sin? 7 Although you know I am not guilty, no one can rescue me from your power.’
Holy Bible, New Living Translation, (Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.) 1996.

Have you ever felt like Job and been disgusted with your life?  As his suffering continued, he became more impatient.  Although Job remained loyal to God, he made statements he would later regret.  In times of extended sickness or prolonged pain, it is natural for people to doubt, to despair, or to become impatient. During those times, we need someone to listen to us and to help us work through our feelings and frustrations.  Does this describe you today or do you know someone going through a very difficult time?  If it is you, do not let your pain lure you into feeling sorry for yourself.  And do not take your limited experiences and jump to conclusions about life in general.  Do not let your pain lead you into sin.  Remain faithful to God and continue to trust Him even though you can not see the end to your trail.  If you know someone who is going through a difficult trail, be patient with them and let them talk about their feelings.  But encourage them to keep trusting God to bring them to a higher ground.  It is difficult to be there for someone you love who is in great pain, so keep God in your heart and His Word on your lips.

Have a God Day!