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How to use freewill in a sentence

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Some can charge admission for an event, even in church, while others rely on freewill offerings only and trust in the Lord's blessing.
In the final reckoning it is your freewill that will determine how you proceed from thereon.
Provisions on marriage of men and women with their own freewill take place in Article 124 and the following articles of the Turkish Civil Code.
No, it is in mind that we are aware, and it is likewise in mind that we make our freewill choices.
All I created is for you, my son, and all you have to do is to exercise your freewill and decide to come to me.
However, it is up to the freewill given each of us whether we receive the salvation or not.
Freewill and freedom are the gifts of man and he needs to learn to use such freewill and freedom with knowledge.
The monastic community is, however, dependant for its support on freewill donations.
Ever since they began to think and to question, the problem, or paradox, of freewill versus predestination has always bothered humankind.
It is aimed to help them start a family in the future on solid grounds with their freewill and without pressure from their families.
What is predestination at one level is nothing but freewill on a deeper level.
Do the spirits who exert an action over the phenomena of nature act with knowledge and intention, in virtue of their freewill, or from an instinctive end unreasoning impulse?
Yermak, the embodiment of Cossack freewill, bravery, and brutality, grew famous for his exploits on the Volga.
Kore the son of Imnah the Levite, the porter toward the east, was over the freewill offerings of God, to distribute the oblations of the Lord, and the most holy things.
It's increasingly clear that they went of their own freewill, so there's every reason to be optimistic, but obviously until they're back with their families there is still a concern.
Close attention was paid to the repatriation of Burundian refugees, which began in March 2002, in order to uphold the humanitarian principles of safety, dignity and freewill during the exercise.
Examples from Classical Literature
There is no God and no soul, because freewill is sufficient to account for everything.
She had never taken a dose of medicine in her life, and never would, of her own freewill.
But what interest have we in Contemplation, freewill and the rest, apart from what they say?
A man can only achieve strength of purpose by the action of his own freewill.
There is a vast deal talked in the present day about freewill.
It was considered a gratuitous interference with a person's freewill.
Why should there be no God and no soul because there is freewill?
And they brought yet unto him freewill offerings every morning.
They are opposed as are freewill and destination, as are God and Law.
What separates us from beasts of the field is we have freewill and are not governed by our nether regions.
We can ignore here the metaphysical question of freewill and determinism.
People in general exercise their freewill in elections when they enjoy relative political freedom.
God gave man his freewill, but will not let us destroy His creation.
It was built there in 1892 as the First Freewill Baptist Church.
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