We all know that insurance companies and others often refer to "natural" disasters as "acts of God." In the final sense, I don't know how we can argue with the phrase, as far as it goes. God is God; being God, God is ultimate. If something happens that is beyond His control, then that thing is God, and we should worship it instead of him. I speak as a fool.
"...in another act of God today, billions of people drew breath, put together coherent thoughts, found the law of gravity still works, found solid footing on which to walk, and looked out on a coherent universe instead of a shapeless chaos. Further acts of God were reported, including the vast majority having something to eat and something to drink, and sufficient health and strength to pursue them. The vast majority of planetary acreage was without significant seismic disturbance, and was untouched by hurricane, tornado, or fire, while being abundantly supplied with breathable air."
But of course man never starts with "I am owed nothing but fierce and merciless justice, how can I be so blessed?"
Since the snake's sales-line in the Garden, it's been "I am entitled to my own way in everything, how dare God withhold or interfere with it?"