The book of Psalms is one of the most doctrinally-rich books in the Bible. To look on it as merely devotional is to miss its full importance.
Jesus actually did this twice -- and it was no small task.
The answer is Yes, but we must define the term "permit" Biblically.
Some Bible critics use this verse to deny God's perfect foreknowledge. Scripture demolishes their argument.
The Holy Spirit is the believer's Paraclete in this world, and Christ is your Paraclete in Heaven.
"All things" includes not only believers' redemption, but the entire creation's, when Christ returns.
In the Greek, this passage tells us that God will "re-gather together in one all things in Christ."
The "fullness of the times" identifies the point in history when Christ will come again.
Ephesians 1:7-10 describes the glorious climax of God's eternal plan of redemption in Christ.
To answer this question, we must first define the term.