I would speak to the Almighty, and I desire to argue with God.
The book of Job is painfully healing.
You have a good man that has a bunch of really bad stuff happen to him.
You have a lot of close people around him that totally misunderstand him and his trial.
You get a lot of arguments, accusations, pain, suffering and emotional bleeding.
You get to hear the devil.
You get to hear Job and you get to hear God.
Job’s friends sound right but they are not.
Job makes sense and God doesn't.
In the end life moves on and more good things come.
A book of arguments about life…defiantly worth having when life kicks you in the teeth.
Anger --no peevish fit of temper, but just, generous, scalding indignation --passes (not necessarily at once) into embracing, exultant, re-welcoming love. That is how friends and lovers are truly reconciled. Hot wrath, hot love. Such anger is the fluid that love bleeds when you cut it. The angers, not the measured remonstrances, of lovers are love's renewal. -C.S. Lewis, Prayer: Letters to Malcolm.