Since both predestination and freewill are scriptural fact, why not spend some time investigating the possibility that the concepts can be reconciled? Regardless of how strongly you advocate either position, the other option is present and scriptural. Just within Paul's writings he acknowledges predestination as well as warning believers to maintain the faith to the end. So Paul's understanding obviously encompassed both considerations.<quoted text>
Truly, no one is wise or strong enough to over power God and take you or me away ~~~ IF ~~~ we are loyal to Him.
Yet, one can walk away, as we have seen many do in the centuries past, as they are recorded in the Bible for us to see.
OSAS is false doctrine created by man or you could say Satan to led many astray....which has already happened!!!!!!!!!!
We're not here to convince others either by force of will or loudness of tone, and I suspect
that you are troubled by the apparent paradox regarding this topic. I think this is not the time to shout but to rather to study and meditate.