- The Problem of Evil
This is the first thing that comes to my mind when I see these types of statements. If nothing can interfere with God's will, then why do bad things happen to believers (or anybody for that matter)? And we are not just talking about skinning a knee or some other hardship where a lesson can be learned. I don't even have to go to big events like Sandy Hook or the Boston marathon, we can just think about all of the people who die on a daily basis from cancer or getting hit by a drunk driver or any other number of random things. All of this apparently random tragedy is part of God's will? Many times the answer to this is that God doesn't want to mess with people's free will. This would seem to contradict the statement that "nothing can interfere with God's will", but we can just go to my next point
- Natural Disasters
People are hurt and killed in natural disasters all the time. My wife and I watched the recent Tsunami movie last weekend, so I have a handful of images in my head about this right now. It's really hard to imagine that all of that destruction and hardship was part of the will of an all loving God.
It seems that most Christians believe in hell, and the people who wind up in hell are tortured forever. If nothing can interfere with God's will then this is completely according to plan. Some people say this is man's doing for not accepting Jesus, or that it is the devil's work that hell is such an awful place, but whatever justification you have, it is all according to God's will. He doesn't let everyone into heaven and he doesn't blink the bad people out of existence. Nope, he wants people to be tortured for all of eternity. This is God's will.