Consequently, he firmly believed that there is a Grace of God in order to reach Salvation. Grace of God is who can help the people who are struggling from sin whilst those who already have misused the Grace will be enslaved by sin. The connotation of his free will is that there are only two sides of of free will within the people, whether they have the Good Will or the Bad Will. As mentioned above, God’s purpose for creating humans is to act and do rightly which is having the Good will of the Lord. The fact that St. Augustine assumes, humans are rational thinkers so they know what is right. Moreover, since humans have free choice and free choice is a prerequisite before an action takes place. He, then, concludes that free will is clearly experienced by the people on earth. Meanwhile, on the flipside of Good will which is the Bad will is the absence of goodness where evil occurs when people turn away from goodness. It is said that people have freedom on earth, so their actions and movements are done voluntarily and willingly, thus they should be responsible for their actions. In other words, in accordance to God’s purpose which is to act rightly, and when people turned to evil by themselves it is them to be blamed. Their free will are to be blamed because they chose on what they desire, rather than to fulfill the decree of God by acting rightly. Therefore, it is unquestionable and undeniable to think that free will does not exist among themselves but rather it is their responsibility to be rational thinkers. In fact, it is a gift from God to humans having the ability to think and act what is right, henceforth, they must use the Good will of the Lord.As for St. Augustine when incorporating both concepts of the abovementioned which are the concept of predestination and the concept of freedom, it can only be deduced in such way the elects will be saved and the reprobate will be damned are not based on God’s foreknowledge and fore ordainment of their faith but rather it is based on the free will of them. It means to say that regardless of the merits and the demerits of the people would not be the cause of why they will be sent to salvation or damnation; but rather will be based on their actions they have decided since they have given the free will by the Lord. Therefore, Murray (2004) states that “God’s will has an antecedent and a consequent nature.” For God’s will is to save all of his men, yet still, only some are chosen to be saved. It is because gaining freedom has consequences in return, which is why there are some who accidentally misused or truly turned away from goodness, so as their consequence of misusing and or abusing their free will they are sent to damnation.In conclusion, knowing that predestinarianism can be a discouragement for the people. However, for God there is neither pre nor post because everything is certain for Him. Therefore, for St. Augustine the faith of the individuals is not predestination but destination, not predestine but destiny (Kreeft, 2011), yet they still have the freedom to live since God gave it to them as a gift on earth. It is their free will to choose whether to serve God or not, regardless of what they are predestined by Him. Lastly, as St. Augustine believes it is only them who can control their belief and faith that could change their fate in time. Most importantly, it is the choices of the individuals are appraised since they are created to be rational thinkers to act rightly as it is the will of God prior to their birth unto earth. Yes, people are really free.