Sometimes, you are confronted with a problem of a magnitude far greater than anything you could reasonably be expected to deal with. Such problems cannot be solved - they can only be lived against. To die for such a problem is an easy way out - it gets you off the hook. To live against such a problem is a constant struggle, a struggle against God. God has made egregious mistakes: you can make demands. You are not required to join God in the Kingdom of Heaven. You may tell God, "It's not good enough! The halibut is raw, and the risotto is under-seasoned! Get out!" and He hath no power to judge otherwise. To confront an impossible problem drains everything you have and more.
It is not the case that confronting an impossible problem gives you the power of the problem. There is no bright side, and no silver lining - only a bottomless well of dispair, from whence you can channel frustration and hate and anger in limitless amounts. From this cometh fear, since depression and ennui are the only outcomes of drawing from the well. One has not the power to fight impossible battles.
Such singular problems have event horizons. To fall in is to die. To die is to live. To live is to suffer.