If God has foreknowlege of the exact moment I will die, where does my free will come in? If he knows I will die in Alaska, and I don't live in Alaska, how is He going to get me there at the right time for this to happen to me?


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Emilio 1992 Emo Tenorio Supporter Shomer
I humbly submit the simple answer is with the same mathematical logic and discipline that keeps everything seen and unseen exactly where He directed. Surely we can rest in confidence that He can do such a small thing as a loving and merciful God. Isaiah 46:10 

Job 38:31; Luke 11:35; Luke 8:10
Is there really anything too hard for the Lord to do, of course not, now we may labor under a misconception or false picture of a somewhat limited God, and thus we put a limit on our asking and believing faith to perform what He has spoken. 

Job 40:2
We are all on life's stage for various lengths of performance time, some as actors, dancers, singers or stage hands all working in concert to advance the kingdom or not. 
I submit It's not the length of time, but rather the quality of the production put fore, did you touch and make someone's life better, were you able to make their heart sing with joy?

Luke 12:4
Who is to say that our free will choices do not place us exactly on the spot where we are supposed to be at that time. (after all He does have a sense of humor)
Have peace in knowing that you'll be exactly where your supposed to be when the show closes and the curtain drops (the real question, is was it a praise worthy performance?).

In the Lord's freedom making hearts sing................warrior on

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