I will try to be more careful when responding if you can be more careful when editing my posts...
I see it as God planned everything to happen, even the stuff that appears to be going against his will. He sets us up against his will so he can then humble us and then have mercy on us, all for his Glory (Romans 11:32).
So now I shall attempt to repost my thoughts on God's plan vs. God's goal since it was accidently deleted in post #14.
There is some confusion in the phrase "God's will" as it can be used in 2 different ways. It can be used to mean God's plan, and it can also be used to mean God's ultimate goal. God uses his plan to achieve his goal. Sometimes it may appear they are contrary.
A good example is the existence of evil. I don't think anyone could disagree that God's ultimate goal includes the elimination of evil. But his plan requires that evil exist for a time, so that goodness can be fully understood. But eventually the evil will be destroyed. It is all part of God's will - the plan and the ultimate goal.
The plan is being executed exactly (Isaiah 46:10-11) and will be successful in reaching the goal. God will get what he wants.