Reading a treatise Against Heresies by Saint Irenaeus, in this morning's office, I found one answer. The saint says,
Just as a doctor is judged in his care for the sick, so God is revealed in his conduct with men.
Imagine that! Following that line of thinking, St. Paul says,
God has made the whole world prisoner of unbelief that he may have mercy on all.
I'm gobsmacked!! This is way beyond me. Also, I kind of think it's passing judgement on God, which of course would be wrong--way out of line. Who are we to even think of judging Him. But wait a minute. Don't people do this all the time? When someone blames God for the bad that happens, aren't they judging God for what they perceive as His doing?
I think it's best just to trust God. As mere humans, we can't see the whole picture, only the part that we play. And I also think it's best not to judge anybody, let alone God. Judge not, lest ye be judged.