Free Will vs Pre-ordained
God is sovereign which means He has the power to do all things. Hence He writes the script for human beings who are created in His own image. He however does not use compulsion to get the scripts acted out.
There are things we do not have power over; for example, where we are born or the families we are born into. So when a decree is made from God it must happen. God does whatever He wants, however He wants it. However, God can alter His script for the sake of man, like the story of Hezekiah who was told he would die. Hezekiah spoke with God and prophet Isaiah was sent back to tell him he will live long.
God does not rule the world with a remote control. He has given humans the will to make their choices. Furthermore, God allows some things happen, like in the story of Job. He permits them for His own reason. God allows human beings to function within their free will just like the way salvation is done. You repent and ask Jesus to be your Lord and Savior and then Jesus responds by intervening. Salvation is an act of God which can be seen as a rescue mission; if you are not saved by Jesus you do not have salvation. You can have remorse but it is not the same as repentance; only repentance leads to salvation.
You must understand first, that human beings should be responsible for their actions.
Secondly, human beings should be accountable and aware that there will be consequences for their actions. Ephesians 2:10 talks about us being pre-ordained unto good works and to experience this we must be believers.
As believers, God has given us the power to choose our paths, despite the script He has written for us.
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