Someone (“A”) fears to fly. He feels that if there’s something going wrong, however small it is, he will almost certainly die. So he prefers to use land transportation whenever possible because he thinks that his chance to die is smaller compared to flying.
His friend (“B”) tries to advise him, saying that if LORD wants to take “A”, HE doesn’t have to wait for “A” to fly. Even now while they’re talking LORD can take “A” if it’s time for him to “go” now.
“A” argues that even though it’s true, he reminds “B” that LORD also bestows human with free will. It’s human’s task to use his free will to assess about everything he faces first, before eventually trusting the result to Lord’s decision.
Does this case relate to “predestination” concept, which I perceive as “God’s plan and human’s “free will” exist together”?
What should we as Catholic suggest to “A”?