Well Yaway doesn't have free will:
Free Will and Omniscience
The two are mutually exclusive. If God has free will, He can make choices. If He can make choices, then He is not all knowing. God can never choose if He is all knowing because there is nothing to choose from. God already knows everything that He will ever do, so there can be no choice. If He changes His mind, then God was wrong about His previous choice, so He is not all knowing. If He knew He would change His mind then there was no choice at all, so He does not have free will.
If God does not have free will, He cannot change His mind and He can not make choices. In this case, He is not omnipotent. If God is not all powerful, then He can not do all things, such as create a two-legged tripod, or microwave a burrito too hot for God to eat. Well, of course not. That wouldn’t make sense, would it?