Through all this Job did not sin nor did he blame God...In all this Job did not sin with his lips...Then they sat down on the ground with him for seven days and seven nights with no one speaking a word to him, for they saw that his pain was very great. Job 1:22, 2:10, 2:13
I'm guessing that when most of us experience great tragedy or trouble, we all sin in some way. But, here's an account of a man who did not sin, either in action or word. But Job was extremely undone. He sat in a pile of ashes at least a week. I'm guessing he didn't to much of anything productive sitting there. He was in great pain and it was great enough for everybody to notice.
But he did not sin. Isn't it interesting that a picture of somebody paralyzed by life's tragedies is said to have not sinned? I'm wondering what kind of counseling Job would have received if he lived today. Would it have been the same? Would he have been rebuked? Maybe this story would have been the same no matter when in history it occurred.