For the rest of us, there remains a question that has yet to be answered: Why does God allow the rest of us to suffer for the actions of two? Why should the rest of us pay for the mistakes of two people?
Well thankfully, Thanks to the death and suffering of Jesus Christ, everyone has the chance to begin anew.
In the New Testament of the bible, it tells us the story of a man named Jesus Christ who was the son of God. His mission on earth was to give man the opportunity to be freed of all sin so that he or she may join with God in heaven where eternal peace will be given to him or her.
This wasn't the only reason for doing this however. Jesus did not come down to suffer in our place of judgement so that we can only have peace in the next life after we die, but he also did it so that he can live inside of us and walk with us during our present lives.
God is well aware of the world man has created and how much suffering it's caused to everyone in it, however, he still loves us and still wants each of us to have the opportunity to live a happy life.
Upon acceptance of Christ's sacrifice, we are given the ability to have a relationship with God; a relationship in which he will personally help us with every single problem we involve him in.
Keep in mind, God does not ever force himself on anyone. He will not force us to accept Christ's willing sacrifice for our due judgement. He will not force us to involve him in our worldly problems. He loves us and desperately wants to help us, but he won't do so unless we ask him to.
We live in a world in which man is in control of everything. Because of this, God will only allow his way to be done if we ask for it to be done. If we ask him to step in and intervene in the world we have already claimed from him, he will answer. Why is that? It's because he loves us! Not because he's obligated to help save the world we stole from him, but because he loves us and wants to help us in the way he knows is best for us!
A lot of us think God doesn't help us or answer our prayers but truth is he doesn't help us or answer our prayers in the way we expect!
Here's the way God sees it: if man thinks they have the solution to their problems, then let them try. If and when they fail in their attempts, they will then ask for God's supernatural assistance, but God doesn't work that way. When we seek God for help, that means we are admitting that our ways of thinking don't work and that we need to trust in God's way of thinking instead.
This means that we shouldn't ask God to do things our way, because if we're asking God to do this and that in the way we think is best, then are we really asking him for his help? No, we're not. We're asking for more power, but even if we were given more power, our plans would still fail because they are imperfect and misguided. What's not meant to be will never work out, no matter how hard you try.
When we pray and ask for God's help, we need to let go of everything and trust in him. We don't know how to fix the problem. That's why we asked God to do it for us! So instead of making the same mistake Adam and Eve did when they thought that more knowledge and power would give them a greater understanding of things, trust in God's way of thinking. Trust in his plan and let him do his thing and make it right.
Anyway, the point of all this is to explain that God has granted each of us the opportunity to live an extraordinary life. We each have the choice to choose on whether we want to live life the way God intended us to live it, or the way we think would be best for us. God's letting us choose individually how our lives are going to play out.
Yes, there will be things in life that we cannot control, but if we continue to live life God's way, he will still make it beautiful for us, no matter what kind of suffering we may encounter.