This is one main problem that I have with your religion. If God knew that Eve was going to eat the fruit, and that Satan would be a douche, and all the other bad things that happened in the Bible, why didn't he stop it? Obviously this God of yours has a sick mind. "Nahh, I don't want them to have a perfect world. Let's give em poverty and Republicans. Oh and since I know everything thats going to happen already, I'll make sure I don't say anything about that semi that's going to swerve over and kill their daughter." Yeah, that sounds just like the type of God I want to worship.... *
This is a world were we are still under death, and in such a world people die and bad things happen, and yeah, God allows it, but ultimately God will redeem creation, and when you and I stand before Him, we'll see He is just in all that He does with His
Of course, it bothers me when terrible things happen, that is tragic and God counts it tragic, but God also knows this end is merely the beginning. We are so short in our sight. I am confident God's Spirit aches when children suffer and die, and after they die they go into eternal peace with Him. Yes, it was terrible here, but those sufferings will seem as nothing when they enter His presence.
If you've ever had an infected tooth, you know the pain is unbearable and like Hell on earth, but as soon as it's pulled you faintly remember the pain and move on. I had a tooth infection in my very back tooth last year and was in unbearable pain and asked God why He let me suffer, when I continually called on Him for relief. I questioned how a God of love could let one suffer in such a way, but after the pain was gone God let me again get a glimpse of Himself, and I could only cry how wrong I was to question Him. He is good and if we love Him our suffering will not be forever.
Again, I compare God to the writer of a story. I am writing a large fiction work, and I have about 12 chosen characters that I wanted to work upon. For some reason, which I can't explain, I love these characters. But the ones I love most I cause to suffer most, but all this suffering I allow adds to the glory of their ending. Am I evil for allowing the character I love so much to suffer? To the character with short sight it may seem I am cruel, but I see the end already and work all the suffering for his greater ultimate good and glory. While the wicked in my story perish, the one's who suffered most by my hand will forever be glorified and find eternal peace. I truly feel sorrow when my charcters suffer and often fight tears when writing out their troubles, but what great joy I find when I write of their glorious end.