Romans 3
5 But if our unrighteousness demonstrates the righteousness of God, what shall we say? Is God unjust who inflicts wrath? (I speak as a man.) 6 Certainly not! For then how will God judge the world?

7 For if the truth of God has increased through my lie to His glory, why am I also still judged as a sinner? 8 And why not say, “Let us do evil that good may come”?—as we are slanderously reported and as some affirm that we say. Their [c]condemnation is just.

In the commentary I have been studying I read this:

Paul was familiar with the line of thinking that says, “God is in control of everything. Even my evil will ultimately demonstrate His righteousness. Therefore God is unjust if He inflicts His wrath on me, because I’m just a pawn in His hand.”

i. In theory, the most dramatic example of someone who might ask this question is Judas. Can you hear Judas make his case? “Lord, I know that I betrayed Jesus, but You used it for good. In fact, if I hadn’t done what I did, Jesus wouldn’t have gone to the cross at all. What I did even fulfilled the Scriptures. How can You judge me at all?” The answer to Judas might go like this: “Yes, God used your wickedness but it was still your wickedness. There was no good or pure motive in your heart at all. It is no credit to you that God brought good out of your evil. You stand guilty before God.”

I want to break this down:
“God is in control of everything. Even my evil will ultimately demonstrate His righteousness.

I believe it is ridiculous to say God is in control of my evil. We as people have a free will. God can USE my evil to bring glory to Himself because He is amazing and deserving of our praise. However, he is not in control of my evil.
I believe the Lord knew what Judas would do before Judas ever did it. This brings on that age old question of predestination. If God already knows where I am going to end up, then what’s the point.

I know what my daughter is going to do MOST of the time. However, it is still her choice to make decisions. It just means as her father I have an understanding of the choices she has already made. God is like this times 1000!

God has given us free choice to make good decisions and bad decisions. He can use the bad in our life to bring glory to Himself and He certainly get’s glory from the good we do in His name.
We have a role to play. Our bad decisions will come with consequences.