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TomFL

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I don't think command logically implies ability, as none of us can keep the Law of God, yet all of us are commanded to keep it.

However, there are other verbal cues along with a command that would be dishonest if ability were not implied.

For example anything that implies actual expectations from a command is dishonest if the commander knows it is impossible.
And there is the implication

The Nature and justice of God makes it so

Regarding the law we are clearly told of the impossibility to earn righteousness by law

regarding commands to believe or repent we are not told it is impossible and men have done so
 

Sethproton

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So we have free will before we are regenerated,
but we don't have free will after we are regenerated?

(Weird.)
That is actually a good point. At the moment i am not sure of the answer. But it will be in my brain simmering
We know God will never leave US, But can we by our free will, eject His spirit from us?
 
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TomFL

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That is actually a good point. At the moment i am not sure of the answer. But it will be in my brain simmering
We know God will never leave US, But can we by our free will, eject His spirit from us?
Theo1689 said:
So we have free will before we are regenerated,
but we don't have free will after we are regenerated?

Has someone stated that ?

I believe I stated you will not want to

In any case no one believes in a absolute free will just a limited one
 
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