Can man judge God? (Job 40:1-5). Can the creation challenge the Creator?
“Why have you done this or why have you made me this way?” (Romans 9:20-22).
The answer is “no”! God is the creator of all things (Colossians 1:14-22). With that being the case, He is at liberty to do whatever He wants and in whatever way. Man cannot give himself life, and he is in no position to argue with his Maker. A man might be foolish enough to try and match wits with the Lord; but be assured that he will lose that debate (the book of Job, chapters 38, 39, and 40).
There have been those who read the Bible and second guessed something which the Lord does, and that isn’t showing respect toward their Maker. God isn’t man, and He is above our thinking (1 Samuel 15:28-29; Job 9:32; Isaiah 55:7-9). How is it that a person can think they can correct God? I ask this question; “do you have a better way than God and if so, what is it?” God is sovereign, man isn’t, so we best attempt to understand God rather than challenge His ways. We will not only lose, but will be judged by the Lord on the Judgment Day for acting so foolishly (Hebrews 4:13; 1 Corinthians 4:5).