That may be why God does not offer us specific information about our future. God is not some Madam Zelda, Fortune Teller.
Complete freewill means God does not compel us to ANY decision, one way or another. If God told me that I would order pizza, the LAST THING I would want to do is order steak, just to thwart him (and, besides, I prefer pizza anyway). But, someone else might have other intentions, and order steak, even though he would prefer pizza, just to thwart God.
Either way, God has influenced our will. In one instance, his will is deliberately obeyed (even though it might be agreeable), and in the other instance, his will is disobeyed (even though obedience would be agreeable).
We KNOW what God’s will is when faced with a decision to sin, or not to sin. God knows what we will decide, but he does not compel or determine our decision.