Greta, Bob, him, and me went to summer school.
I feel certain there will come a time that all of us will see "the good of all things and how they work together accordinging to his plan."
I'm not exactly sure what your question is, Kimberly. You didn't actually ask a question, and the title of your post has nothing to do with the example sentence.
In your title, you incorrectly use both pronouns. These are object pronouns placed in the subject position.
He and I went to summer school. (subject)
Greta gave the books to him and me. (object)
The easiest way to tell if you have picked the right one is to drop the other person (or people) from the sentence and see if it sounds right. You wouldn't say "Me went to school" or "Greta gave the book to he."
In your example sentence, change that to when.
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You need to use the nominative case in this sentence.
Greta, Bob, he, and I went to summer school.
Your example sentence is correct. If you are writing of God's plan, 'His' should be capitalized.
I feel certain there will come a time that all of us will see "the good of all things and how they work together accordinging to His plan."
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