This will not work. You are introducing fallibility into the nature of god. It is as god planned it because god is god.<quoted text>When it comes to understanding everything about God, nobody can. We are so far removed from his nature that our human minds are just not capable of that depth of comprehension. I wish I had the answers, but I don't.
As far as why does God let people suffer the indignities of mankind and nature like he does. I also do not have that answer. This world as we know it is not how God initially planned it. His initial plan was as he created it in the Garden of Eden. Man was innocent and was made for working in God's creation, in union with God. But sin entered the world and the world was cursed. Ask yourself this, what kind of a world would it be if everyone was not greedy, unkind, loving, generous, caring, etc. It would probably be a much different world. But the effects of sin are ever reaching forward into the future. It's not pretty, is it? So my question to you is this, do you want to propagate sin forward in your future or do you want to get rid of it? Do you want what God offers, or do you want what the world offers? Choices, it all boils down to choices that we have to make.
You cannot have it both ways. Either god is omnipresent and all knowing or he is fallible.
On one hand you have to accept that the world is as god planned it to be. Or you have to introduce risk into the equation. Meaning god did not for see the true nature of man.
Or you can accept like most people the garden story is a parable that illustrates important cultural lessons.
A literal belief in the garden of Eden is impossible. Just as revelations is impossible to apply to the world.