How foolish it is to assume upon God the implications of His love without understanding the clearest expression of God’s love toward us. Ponder this: How can God love us so much as to adopt us as His child after we murdered His Beloved Son? Also, how could God, being perfectly holy and just, not punish those guilty of the murder of The only Son of God? Imagine that your daughter – your only daughter – is brutally gang raped and murdered. Now imagine not just forgiving but adopting at least one of the men who did that. You see, we will never be able to comprehend God’s actions, at least while on this earth, because we aren’t perfect in every way.
The truth is that God loves us (His people) because He wants to. It is because of His Son’s death at Calvary that some of us are and will be spared His wrath. Likewise, He destroys those (worldly man) whom He wishes. God is not obligated to save anyone, much less everyone nor must He offer salvation to any individual. The very fact that God allows the reprobate to live even a day without snuffing out their existence is proof of God’s mercy towards and patience with them. Therefore, no ground exists upon which may we question what God deems good, righteous, just, holy, loving, and fair. Because if God was to abide by what is fair or loving or just in our eyes, He would not be the supreme, sovereign God that He is.