If a man die, shall he live again? All the days of my appointed (hard) time will I wait, till my change come (Job 14:14) Job was man that loved God and feared Him; according to the Word of God, God looked upon Job as His servant and God allowed Satan to afflict Job. Job lost his children, property, wealth and then Satan attacked his body with boils from the crown his head to the sole of his feet. One might say as his friends did that Job had sinned, but Job hadn’t sinned his faith was being tested. As Christians our faith will be tested, you may loose friends, be rejected of family and co-workers, you may lose more than just people, but will you wait for God to deliver you? Many times when we’re going through hard times, that’s when we slack up praying, fasting and reading the Bible, decreeing scriptures. Our attendance at church is shorten, our witnessing stop. we back up in a corner and allow Satan to fill our heads with doubt and unbelief that God will not deliver us. Hard times is when we must draw even closer to God, hard times should bring about an increase of fasting. praying and reading the Bible and decreeing to our circumstance what God is saying in His Word. As we draw near to God, He will draw near to us.