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The Lord Giveth and the Lord Taketh Away (God and the Númenóreans)

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The Lord Giveth and the Lord Taketh Away

In all this Job did not sin or charge God with wrong.
Job 1: 22

God lifted up an island from beneath the waves, as a gift for the children, to live at last in peace and harmony. And God and the children thought that this was good.

But children will be children – and love, sometimes, turns out to be conditional. So when the children grew (as children must), and tested the boundaries (as children do), and said ‘no’ (as children will), God was minded to reconsider the gift.

And God broke the world, which sent the wave – and the cries of the righteous and unrighteous alike were drowned out by its vengefulness and fury.


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