In the book of Job, God allowed Satan to take everything from Job. God did this to prove to Satan that Job would remain faithful in him through the good things and the bad things. Satan took Job’s family and possessions. Job came back stronger than ever in his faith. In “Prolong in Heaven”, God allows Satan to tempt his servant. This, also, was done to prove to Satan that God’s best servant would not be tempted. Faust creates this allusion showing that no matter how bad things get, you can remain faithful and to come back stronger in your faith.