Does God plan who will be born, what disabilities a person has, etc…?
You often here “God has a plan for you.” This doesn’t really make since if, say, two unmarried people had a child. It was their immoral choice, resulting with a child, so this can’t mean God planned it. In other words, God doesn’t plan who is born, correct? Nor does he “plan” what gifts/talents we will be born with? Or even the disabilities we will be born with?
I’m really confused.:whacky:
God’s providence watches over and guides everything: “No creature is invisible before Him: all are bare and uncovered to His eyes” (Hebrews 4:13). His wisdom “extends from end to end mightily and governs all well” (Wisdom 8:1).
God guides us, but is it correct to thank God for our existence and talents to an extreme?
Focus: Does God plan who will be born, what disabilities a person has, etc…? …And even when someone will die?