As Christians, correct me if I'm wrong, but we don't believe in luck. We believe that God decides everything , or that everything is because of His Will.
So, let's say I get the wife or husband of my dreams, and I tell my friends: "Well, I met her or him by luck", they would tell me (if they were a Christian): "No. Its not possible. God planned it, because that person is just so perfect for you".
If I were to play the Euromillions lottery and win - would that be God's will? I couldn't say it is chance. Could I? Because, as we've agreed, we don't believe in luck. We just believe in God's Will.
So, if I were to play and actually win, then that would be God's Will. Right?
What If I won the lottery twice? That would definately be God's will. Correct?
So, if I play and keep on losing, it means God doesn't want me to win? Correct?
Yet God apparently wants someone else to win??
Let's take a look at the above story: God didnt allow me to win, but He allowed this couple to not only win, but win twice.
Is that correct?
I haven't played this draw, or the 1 million euro draw, but I just wish to know that if I did play, if God doesn't want me to win, He'd let someone else keep on winning anyway. Would that be the right way of looking at it?