Does God make those who love Him willfully love Him by changing their wills?

So that, it’s not that we are robots, or doing something that we don’t want to do; but that God has worked in our lives in such a miraculous way that we actually desire to love Him? Isn’t this due to the amazing free grace of God? Shouldn’t God be praised?

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13 Responses to “Does God make those who love Him willfully love Him by changing their wills?”

  1. Seymore Says:

    God gave us free will. He has the power to change it, but He doesn’t. Silly question because of all the wrong in the world. Don’t you think that God would have changed their wills too? Don’t take me wrong in me saying God doesn’t help us because He helps us ALL THE TIME. So in general, no He does not change our will, those who love God love Him on their own. I too love Him.

    -John 3:16

  2. TJ Says:

    Silly religitards make me laugh.

  3. Vincent Says:

    He wills us to act. Love is a natural response to loving grace.

  4. cork Says:

    IF YOU SAY SO.

    HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS. R2D2.

  5. warhammer651 Says:

    well… they say he gave us free will, but several passages say he makes us and we can’t deviate from his desires for us.

    Paradoxical? WELCOME to christianity

  6. isaacfugarino Says:

    that wouldnt be love.

  7. SoupKitchenPimpin! Says:

    I don’t think he makes us, but I mean I think he gives us the like the pathway and leads us… i dunno lolz

  8. Sjnoring Ejvrloodyr Says:

    No, God should not be praised. He is not great. He is small and redundant.

  9. Jackie Says:

    If there was a god I would praise him but there isn’t.

  10. Report Monkey With Control Issues Says:

    no…because there is no god

  11. quaz Says:

    Yes, but apparently that is not true for everyone. And even though we, in our souls, may WANT TO. That does not mean we achieve that goal to any degree of perfection.

    Nevertheless…The heavens declare the glory of God. And the firmament sheweth his handywork. Psalm 19:1

  12. R Says:

    I think He gives us a revelation of His glory and His wisdom

    an we naturally agree that He’s worthy of our love

  13. Publius Says:

    No, God doesn’t stack the deck that way. That would be cheating. Instead, he works with us to help us approach him as closely as we want to.

    The choice is ours; the preference is ours; the will is ours.