It reminds me of the well known joke about the religious man stuck in the flood that ignores a boat and a helicopter with the belief that God will save him.
"If it works it's "god's will", if it doesn't it's also "god's will"."
Also a good point. It seems that given these conditions you may as well pray to a lightbulb, as it will meet this conditions every time. Too often the random chance in this world that happens to be good is attributed to God's goodness, and the bad to 'his mysterious ways, who are we to question them?'.
My religious sister lent me a book called the Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom in an effort to show God's grace to me. She cites the sparing of the Jews hiding in the attic as proof of God's love for them. I then asked her why 6 million others weren't as lucky, and she didn't have an answer.
I read a report in the Metro this morning that this woman is suffering from "psychological problems" and there is no evidences that she is pregnant at all never mind expecting 12 babies. click here the link is not from Metro but is the same article I read therein