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George, a Christian, would interpret his suffering in light of the Christian narrative by understanding it as part of the fallenness of the world. The Bible tells us that when Adam and Eve sinned by disobeying God, they caused spiritual death for all humans and brought about a broken state of existence known as “the Fall”. As a result, individuals now experience pain and suffering due to things like disease or moral wrong-doing.
From this perspective, George can understand his own experiences with suffering as coming from this same source; either through physical ailments resulting from human brokenness such as illness or disability or through moral failure which he may have personally committed himself. He can also take comfort in knowing that although this world is filled with darkness and evil, there is hope in Jesus who overcame death and offers eternal life to those who choose to receive it.
In conclusion, George’s interpretation of his own suffering will be heavily influenced by his faith in Christ – acknowledging its origin while finding peace in its ultimate meaning within the larger framework of redemption found through Jesus.