Job had some hard-living’. Long story short - God tested Job to show to Satan how faithful Job was. He lost his family (including his wife) and all of his riches (which were substantial). Job had every reason to abandon God. Even his wife said to him “curse God and die” in the midst of all his pain and hardship. Despite his hardship, Job refused to curse God and kept his faith in Him. He trusted that in the end of it all, despite his sufferings, his redeemer lived. He would be victorious over all pain and suffering, including Job’s.
We all suffer. Perhaps not as seriously as Job, but our pain is nonetheless real to us at a subjective level. When we in our darkest place we have to remember, believe, and confess that we know our redeemer lives and that he will come. With His arrival comes alleviation of our pain for eternity. We need to confess that Jesus will come again, despite the pain and suffering we experience. This is the comfort that we all can have; that no matter what we face, our redeemer lives!