Regarding "Suffering" (סֵבֶל) in context to scripture, we learn in [Hebrews 10:36] "You need to suffer so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised."
We also learn in [Iyov (Job) 2:6] the Satan (הַשָּׂטָ֔ן), a prosecutor angel for YHVH, is allowed His Hand (יָֽדְךָ֔) to touch (גַ֥ע) Iyov (אִיּוֹב֒) to the point of "preserving His life" (נַפְשׁ֖וֹ שְׁמֹֽר). - "suffering" appears to come from Satan's Hand not from God's Hand.
We later learn in [Iyov 36:15] "He rescues the lowly from their affliction, And opens their understanding through distress."
- King David explains Distress (לַּ֣חַץ) is from adversaries not God. In [Tehillim (Psalms) 56:2-3]. Regarding physical stress (לַּ֣חַץ) or "suffering", David (דָוִ֣ד) adds "in God I trusted, I will not fear. What can flesh do to me?" - Demonstrating his soul is more important to save than his body.
So - If all bodies eventually endure some form of suffering, does God cause suffering to save people from sin, or allow Satan to cause suffering to harvest faithful souls?