In chapter 32 of the book Uncle Tom's Cabin cite incidents, from the end of this chapter, to support or refute the following statement: Tom has not lost his faith in God while living in this terrible place.
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Cassie helps him which gives him hope.
"Is God here?" Ah, how is it possible for the untaught heart to keep its faith, unswerving, in the face of dire misrule, and palpable, unrebuked injustice? In that simple heart waged a fierce conflict; the crushing sense of wrong, the foreshadowing, of a whole life of future misery, the wreck of all past hopes, mournfully tossing in the soul's sight, like dead corpses of wife, and child, and friend, rising from the dark wave, and surging in the face of the half-drowned mariner! Ah, was it easy here to believe and hold fast the great password of Christian faith, that "God is, and is the rewarder of them that diligently seek Him"?