My son is always asking questions like "Why are those flowers white?" or "Why are you a girl, Mommy?" so I am always saying to him "I'm not sure, God must've liked those flowers that color." or "Because God decided to make Mommy a girl, that's why." Well, yesterday my son asked me why one of his cups was blue instead of orange and I said "I'm not sure, baby, someone just decided to make it that color." and his reply was "Well, God must've wanted it to be blue." Which isn't 100% incorrect, since God foresees all and I'm sure that He must've wanted that cup to be blue or whatever factory was distributing them would have made them a different color, lol, but in a smaller sense I'm having a hard time coming up with a concept to explain the difference between things that are man-made and things that are from God that my son could understand. Any suggestions?
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