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For questions about divine tests of Man. Not about tests in general.

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either something he will certainly do right or something he will certainly do wrong, even if merely out of habit — so he gets no reward or punishment for it. Logically, then, something one cannot overcome is not a test for him. …
answered Nov 27 '14 by msh210
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that he went not for the benefit promised him but merely in order to fulfill God's command. This, the baal Haflaa says, was his test: whether, once he knew the benefit he would gain from his trip, he would go for that reason or to fulfill God's will. And he did the latter, passing the test. …
answered Apr 9 '15 by msh210