The story is told of Martin Luther, the German theologian. Apparently, he was dealing with a bunch of difficult stuff at his church and dealing with all thus had affected him greatly. He did not look good, had stopped eating, and was irritable as he continually worried and thought about all these issues. Luther came home one night to his wife dressed in all black as though she were ready to go to a funeral. Luther asked his wife what she was doing. Her reply was something like: "apparently God has died; When the great Martin Luther is so upset at his circumstances, to the point that he's not letting God be God, then all I can say is God must be dead." Luther thanked his wife, went to his study and repented. The next day he was like a new man.
Regardless of what we face we all have the option of letting God be God. In this there is great comfort because what we usually get upset most about is the unforeseen; BUT let me remind you that nothing is unforseen to an all-knowing God, and nothing catches Him by surprise. In this we have comfort.