From the series Seeing God 2020
If God is in control, then why so much hurt? Why so much suffering? Why so much pain? There are plenty of religions that just try and explain these questions away, basically saying that God is powerful, He is in control, but He doesn't really care. This is Job’s tension. Because either God has the power to help but doesn't care enough to, or He cares, but He lacks the power to do anything about it. Job wanted to believe that God was in control, he wanted to believe that God cared, but as he looked at everything that had happened to him, it just didn’t make sense. And yet, there's something within Job, as there is within us, that wanted to believe that God is both in control AND that He cares. And in Job 39-41, God is addressing this tension for Job. In these chapters, God begins to share with Job the intricate details of this vast world. Chapter after chapter God explains in detail the mediocre to the magnificence of it, and as God explains, it becomes clear to Job that God’s knowledge and care for everything that lives and moves and has it’s being.