Thus says the LORD, the Holy One of Israel, and his Maker,
Ask me of things to come concerning my sons, and concerning the work of my hands, you command me.
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Augustine of Hippo
There is no doubt that human wills cannot resist the will of God, “who has done whatsoever he pleased in heaven and on earth,” and who has even “formed the things that are to come.” Nor can the human will prevent [God] from doing what he wills, seeing that even with human wills, he does what he wills, when he wills to do it. - "Admonition and Grace 14.45"
“He who made the things that will be,” therefore, the things that were to be done, he willed them to be spoken of as if done, because these things which come about changeably in time, he has made firm with the unchangeable eternity of his plan. Therefore, in those things as well, in which the effect of the work has not yet come to be, the plan of the Creator remains firm from eternity. - "Letter 9.8.7"