God allows free will, unless it doesn't. Assuming of course that God doesn't know the future. In any case, there are many examples in the Bible of God interfering with free will. Including a particularly evil example in Exodus where God took away Pharaoh's free will for the express purpose of killing innocent babies and children.<quoted text>
It makes no sense to you because you don't bother trying to understand. All you do is mock.
God allows is free will, if He "did something for the offender", He'd be disturbing that free will.
Also, isn't God presumably interfering with free will when it answers prayers?