I am currently reading the above and am slightly confused by this statement. Whilst, I totally accept everything is under God's will, I do not understand the underlined words. If God willed a child's death so as to rescue it from some great evil, then is God not acting against the free will of this child through God's knowledge of the child's future life/actions and stopping the child from making such decisions?
I can see how sickness/loss of money and being separated from a potentially wrong spouse being God's intervention, as they do not depend on the actual death and deliverance of a soul from a future event - i.e. in the example of the child. :confused:
Let us imagine our confusion when we appear before God and understand the reasons why He sent us the crosses we accept so unwillingly. The death of a child will then be seen as its rescue from some great evil had it lived, separation from the woman you love the means of saving you from an unhappy marriage, a severe illness the reason for many years of life afterwards, loss of money the means of saving your soul from eternal loss. So what are we worried about?