God often wills that we do not seek his will and in turn we break his will according to his will. RWD
That statement is true, properly understood.
* God’s necessary will
* God’s free will
* God’s antecedent will
* God’s consequent will
* God’s will of precept
* God’s will of decree
* God’s will for our lives (wisdom)
* God’s valuations or appraisals pertain to God’s preceptive will
* Abstracting particulars from the whole lends aid to understanding “God’s will be done.”
* What is God’s will for my life? Whatever happens, obedience or something else?
* How does God’s decretive and preceptive wills relate to God’s will for our lives?
* Analogy: God’s will of precept will be identical to his decretive will when the visible church is identical to the invisible church.
* What about such spiritual jargon as, “God showed me…”?