Is God’s Will always Done? How many “wills” does God have?

Theological inquiry on FB: How many wills does God have? Is God’s will always done?

God’s will is NOT always done, allow me to explain. Broadly speaking, God has two-primary objectives (wills) concerning the Realm of Time:

1) Defeat the works of the Devil (1 John 3:8b).

2) Demonstrate to the faithful angelic creation the horrors of sin and demonstrate to those angels His all-encompassing love, mercy and grace by giving Himself as a sacrifice for the salvation of His created beings in Time that have been ravaged by the works of the Devil, a former cherub angel endowed with tremendous authority (Matthew 26:28; Ezekiel 28:11+).

God’s immutable will concerning His Plan for the Realm of Time and Eternity will be accomplished without fail as God has defeated the works of the Devil via the Crucifixion (Genesis 3:15) and God is actively calling all men to repentance and salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ as Lord (John 3:16).

The process by which God’s Plan for the Realm of Time comes to fruition is fluid. In other words, God has infused free will into both His angelic and human creation in order that love and relationship with Him can manifest in purity with authenticity (John 3:18). God allows you and me to choose our destiny in life and God, in His omnipotence, is perfectly capable of bringing His eternal Plan to fruition by working through and around our individual choices in this life.

So then, is God’s will always accomplished? No…not in everyone’s individual life as “many” will unfortunately choose to reject Jesus Christ as Lord for the mediation of sin and die in sin and die the “second death” in Hell (John 8:24; Rev. 20:11-15); this is NOT God’s will who desires that all men be saved and come to a knowledge of the Truth (1 Timothy 2:4).

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