Luke 22 v 42
Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done.
tis scripture itself.
Even Jesus had His own will, but of course He came to do not His own but the will of His Father's.
I too also would agree that it was Jesus who choose me, His Holy Spirit touches our spirit, it is a miracle in itself.
But the day I was saved, I know no thoughts of being so even entered my head, wasn't till later that day, I found myself in conversation with the Lord, but it was Him who had to have orchestrated it firstly,
I was simply there, and was touched to listen.
He did choose me then,
though Joshua 24 v 15
choose you this day whom ye will serve;to quote just a line.
Shows us 'a choice to make' we must choose Jesus or Satan, today, if we don't live for Jesus then we do for Satan.
I think many people are blinded to this thinking though, I was, until I could spiritually see, and understand it.
Thank you Jesus.