I. Man's will was before the Fall was endued with natural liberty
II. Man's will before the Fall
A. Had freedom and power to will and to do that which was pleasing to God
B. Was yet mutable
III. The Result of the Fall on the Will of Man
A. Man's will wholly lost all ability to any spiritual good accompanying salvation.
B. Man's will is not able by its own strength, to convert itself or to
prepare itself unto salvation
IV. Man's will after conversion
A. His will is freed from the bondage of sin
B. His will is enabled to do that which is spiritually good
C. Still tainted with sin
V. Man's will is made perfect regarding good only in glorification.