Freewill, what exactly dose it mean?
I know conventional wisdom says we can choose to do what we want, but we really can't because we will end up in hell.
The believer can believe in God and understand the word of God and it flows together in perfect harmony. But people can deny God and twist the bible and it contradicts itself, and it makes since both ways. There has never been a book like this. A nonbeliever will not understand what I'm talking about.
The bible never try to convince you it's telling you the truth it just tells the truth.
I think freewill is the choice to have faith in God and his word. both the believer and nonbeliever have outer peace and a good life by making good choices. Or a hard life by making bad choices.
Matt 5:45 The rain falls on the just and the unjust.
Then when we die we face God ether way. A example of what I'm saying.
Hen 11: 1 NOW faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
I think freewill gives us the right to read this and interpret it to say that we as Christians are only hoping God is real. Looks right I have heard people say this using this scripture. Or as a believer i can interpret this scripture faith is a tangible substance and even tho I can't see it it is real, as real as myself. This to me makes since its my freewill to believe in God. But I will face the end of this life ether way. And after we face God our freewill is over.