Question by : Question about a short story by Leo Tolstoy?
I was reading “God Sees the Truth, But Waits” by Leo Tolstoy.
For anyone that has read this, I have a question.
For what purpose did God have in waiting to prove Ivan’s innocence?
I am afraid I do not understand.
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Answer by jonose114
That’s a really good question, and for that the only thing I can say is this.
Ivan’s suffering made him more like Christ, and he influenced people he would not have otherwise been able to influence. Makar learned to face the consequences of his actions.
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