The God of the Bible lets people suffer, explicitly. So how can the God of the Bible be incompatible with a God who allows siffering?
Maybe God takes us more seriously than we know or can understand.
For example can God reverse all the suffering when he restores all things? You may say it doesn't count if God puts things right because people still suffered in the meantime.
But what if God can do more than simply reverse the suffering. What if he makes it so it never happened in the first place? You can say that's impossible because it already happened. But are you sure it's impossible? Can't God do anything he wishes, including making past suffering completely non-existent.
Isn't it likely that God has the capacity to perform solutions greater than we comprehend.