On the surface one could say yes, but that would be too simple and erroneous. As Ike indicated God has a plan and can use us in that plan, no matter how we or others may make a mess of it, His plan will eventually come to fruition.
There are a lot of things that can turn our lives upside down. How we respond in the light of knowing Christ, is how I think we can continue to help fulfill God’s plan. Our apparent circumstances are not a good measure of whether or not God’s plan is moving forward.
God’s greatest plan is to have us re-united with Him in Heaven. The salvation of our souls is His greatest concern. So all sorts of things, illnesses, tragedies, mishaps and the like can certainly change the circumstances we find our selves living under, but they do not alter God’s plan for our salvation and that of others. How we respond to them may change that, what we learn may affect us, but God is constant and stable.
It is hard to understand why we may become the victim of a robber, killer, rapist, or some other form of violence. Things rooted in sin are not what God wants for us, but we and others sin. How we respond to that helps determine how we become a part of God’s plan versus a part of something other than His plan for us. Do we learn to forgive more, do we become kinder and more understanding, more patient, less accusatory, to we work out our anger or frustration by taking things out on others or do we use that energy to find ways to make others safer, become advocates etc?
It is easy to confuse our plans with what God has planned and to misunderstand what His plans really are. He allows us free will and the option of choice. We can mess things up, or work with God.