God’s will is never wrong because God’s will is the very definition of what is right. Whenever I disagree with God’s will (as I often do) there is one thing for certain – I am wrong. How could God give me a greater sense of morality, justice or reason than He has Himself? My feeble protests seem terribly absurd when I think of it that way.
In AA we don’t come to God through theology but through experience, mostly of the humbling and humiliating variety, often reluctantly, and sometimes even kicking and screaming. – p. 179