“Patience is more than endurance. A saint's life is in the hands of God like a bow and arrow in the hands of an archer. God is aiming at something the saint cannot see, and He stretches and strains, and every now and again the saint says--'I cannot stand anymore.' God does not heed, He goes on stretching till His purpose is in sight, then He lets fly. Trust yourself in God's hands. Maintain your relationship to Jesus Christ by the patience of faith. 'Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him.” ― Oswald Chambers
Job's triumph is, in the most absolute and unqualified sense, the triumph of faith over human reason or logic. He seems to outward view to have no ground left to stand upon. Satan has apparently forced him to conclusions respecting the providence of God, which positively exclude worship. It would seem as though everything conspired to show that God was persecuting him, and treat him as an enemy. Yet from an angry God he can turn nowhere but back to God Himself, in whom he does and must confide, in spite of his apparent hostility. God is still his only refuge, even from the fierceness of His own displeasure. "Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him (Job 13:15). --William Henry Green; The Book of Job Unfolded; 1874
You cannot have a Christian worldview unless you believe that God has a plan, the ability to carry it out, and the loving-kindness to do it not only for His glory but our good.
This means that for God’s child there is no pointless suffering. Of course, much of it may appear pointless, since finite fallen creatures are incapable of understanding the point. But God is all-wise and all-loving and never pointless nor off-point! That’s why Job could cry out in agony, “Though he slay me yet I will trust him.”
--Randy Alcorn; Eternal Perspectives; 1.23.23