Furthermore, if God actually stood powerless before the majesty of man’s lordly will, there would be but little use to pray for him to convert any one. It would then be more reasonable for us to direct our petitions to the man himself.
My two cents
Wow, I hadn’t thought of it that way. I guess this would be the comeback to someone who asked “what’s the point of praying to God if the outcome’s already been decided?”
This puts a different slant on prayer.
Boettner, L (1968). The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination. unknown: The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company. p. 171