In Christian theology, God is described as omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent; a notion which some people, Christians and non-Christians alike, believe implies that not only has God always known what choices individuals will make tomorrow, but has actually determined those choices. That is, they believe, by virtue of his foreknowledge he knows what will influence individual choices, and by virtue of his omnipotence he controls those factors. This becomes especially important for the doctrines relating to salvation and predestination.


He knows me all day everyday all i do think feel watch taste.Our Father in Heaven sees all.


I choose to make the choice daily about how i will react to work and family and just life in general.My Lord does not make me do anything.Its the free will that i have over my emotions and my fears.I can choose to always question and wonder or i can walk in knowledge and truth.The broad road is so simple to follow and the narrow path can be and will be difficult once you choose to live for Him.And He is not the puppetmaster and i the slave.He is my King and i love Him because He first loved me. And His grace daily is what sustains me to go day after day.


It is time for the Warriors of our Lord to stand and fight.There are forces of Darkness that rule the invisible yet we can know truth from lies by keeping our eyes on Christ that all our Sins are on and we get a free ticket to Heaven in speaking as a bonus; by trust and Faith in that.Its not what we can do but what He and only He has done already It Is Finished

near-death-experience-1What we get in return is Freedom

“freedom from coercion or restraint” that prevents acting as one wills

freedom to determine one’s own “decisions or plans

freedom “to live as [one] ought to live,” a freedom that requires a transformation whereby a person acquires a righteous, holy, healthy, etc. “state of mind or character.


The Bible testifies to the need for acquired freedom because no one “is free for obedience and faith till he is freed from sin’s dominion.” People possess natural freedom but their “voluntary choices” serving sin until they acquire freedom from “sin’s dominion.

Jesus told his hearers that they needed to be made “free indeed” (John 8:36). “Free indeed [ontós]” means “truly free” or “really free,” Being made “free indeed” means freedom from “bondage to sin.” This acquired freedom is “freedom to serve the Lord.”

Being “free indeed” (i.e., true freedom) comes by “God’s changing our nature” to free us from being “slaves to sin.” and endowing us with “the freedom to choose to be righteous


Man, as a consequence of original sin,is totally depraved,destitute of free will, that all works, even  though directed towards the good, is nothing more than a fruit of his corrupted will, and in the eyes of God, in reality, mortal sins.
Man can be saved by faith alone.Our faith in Christ makes his merits our possession, envelops us in the garb of righteousness, covering our guilt and sinfulness.“



Be a sinner and sin on bravely, but have stronger faith and rejoice in Christ, who is the victor of sin, death, and the world. Do not for a moment imagine that this life is the abiding place of justice: sin must be committed. To you it ought to be sufficient that you acknowledge the Lamb that takes way the sins of the world, the sin cannot tear you away from him,even though you commit adultery a hundred times a day and commit as many murders.”

Enders, “Briefwechsel,” III, 208