Since God has one, eternal, infinite, always in the present tense thought, He is eternally giving freewill to the angels and us. He can not take it away or force us to believe something or do something that violates our freewill; that is not what an infinitely good God does. God is infinitely powerful enough to have made freewill such that when the truly infinite graces needed for “us to be like Him because we see Him as He is” are given at the final judgement; our freewills will truly choose and it is still a freewill choice? Since all flesh shall see Jesus as He is at the last judgement and seeing the one whom they crucified their hearts shall be converted, CCC 1432, there are only three possibilities:
First: God took away their freewill---- which is not an acceptable choice because God is eternally giving us freewil.
Second: God violated their freewill------which is also not an acceptable choice because an infinitely good God does not violate anyone’s freewill
third: God created our freewills (and those of the angels because we both have the same ability to choose) such that when given truly infinite graces; our freewills still freely choose, **only there is no merit for our choosing as there is for us until the moment of death. **Should it be that big a deal to admit that God could create our freewills such? How else can God be in Christ reconciling all things be true and accomplished by God and still have the devils in hell after time ends other than they will be reconciled to Him and suffer for all eternity in a Christlike way; with peace, love, joy and thankfulness to go along with unimaginable sorrow for each and every sin ever committed?
It seems to me that those people who say “those in hell for ever and ever, will not be reconciled” have implicitly (maybe not intentionally) tried to get us to accept a God who either;
1 is not All-Loving-- because He never willed to make them Holy and therefore they could not will to be Holy and therefore He is not an infinitely good God. or
2 is not All-powerful because He willed to make them Holy, but He failed, He did not accomplish everything He set out to do.
What is wrong with saying "freewill is truly freewill at the final judgement, just there is no merit for us at that point"?