This is just FYI.
The Calvinists speak of two wills: God’s “decretal will” and his “prescriptive will.” If you violate God’s prescriptive will (the moral law), then you will be held morally responsible by him. However, whether or not you violate God’s prescriptive will is ultimately determined by his decretal will. IOW, if you violate the moral law, then it was God’s decretal will for you to violate it. So, while you may not always be in God’s prescriptive will, you are always in his decretal will. (Hopefully, that clarify things for you.)
(By the way, I am not a Calvinist. Neither do I necessarily subscribe to their view. I am simply sharing their view…a view that I believe meshes fairly well with the writings of the Apostle Paul.)