You don't know this.Even if there is a higher purpose, it doesn't justify all the suffering in the world. People might say that we need to suffer so we become better people. Like, what about kids in Africa? Born in poverty and they die in poverty or slavery. What about kids that are born with cancer? And people who are born psychopaths?
There is no way to know all possible outcomes.
You fail to consider even the possibilities we can imagine, such as the possibility that what you view as "suffering" is already being mitigated and could have been far worse without such interference.
If there is a God, and an afterlife, any suffering during life shrinks to virtual nonexistence when compared to the time spent not suffering.
Then there is the possibility of direct interference resulting in the complete loss of free will, which might be the linchpin of existence itself, for all you know. Where is there room for faith if God steps in to cover your ass every time?
The question is better stated as "If there is a God, what does He want?"
If He wants your love, then He can't be catching you every time you fall. That's hero-worship, not love.