a) Rom 3:10-12

• "...there is none that seeketh after God."

b) Rom 9:11

• " ...neither having done any good or evil,"

c) Eph 1:4-5

• "...He hath chosen us in Him before the foundation of the world,"

d) 2 Thess 2:13

• “God hath from the beginning chosen you to salvation...”



a) John 15:1

• “Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you,”

b) John 6:44

• “No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him:”

c) John 6:65

• “...no man can come unto me, except it were given unto him of my Father.”

d) Acts 16:14

• “...whose heart the Lord opened...”



a) Ezeq 34:16

• “I will seek that which was lost...”

b) Isaiah 65:1

• “..I am found of them that sought me not...”

c) Psalms 65:4

• “Blessed is the man whom thou choosest, and causest to approach unto thee,”

d) Jer 10:23

• “...it is not in man that walketh to direct his steps.




a) God takes the initiative, not man Phil 1:6
b) Election is according to the purpose of His will Eph 1:11
c) None shall say “know the Lord” Heb 8:11
d) The calling is according to His purpose 2 Tim 1:9

You Are Blessed!


1. In reference to free-will we can say … ( T or F )

a. ___ God knew that you would choose Him, therefore, He chose you.
b. ___ The sovereignty of God is limited by your good choice.
c. ___ Just as you can choose God, you can also lose your salvation.
d. ___ God chose us in Him before the foundation of the world.


2. Three verses in the Scripture that speak about the falsehood of free-will.

a. ___ John 3:16, Jer 33:3, Psalms 23
b. ___ Psalms 150, Psalms 91, Prov 3:5
c. ___ Isaiah 65:1, Ezeq 34:16, Jer 10:23


3. Mention three verses in the historical books that mention the falsehood of free-will:
a. ___________ b. __________ c. ____________

4. Mark T or F for the following conclusions …

a. ___ God waits for man's initiative to choose him.
b. ___ Man had not been born and God had already chosen him.
c. ___ The calling is according to His purpose and not works.
d. ___ In this covenant we do not say: “know the Lord.”
e. ___ In this covenant we say: “God knew, chose, and predestined you.”
f. ___ To know the falsehood of free-will brings you security, rest, and praise to God for His love and sovereignty.

Remember That You Are A Chosen One !!