To expand and clarify a little.....and I'll begin by re-stating the nub of my argument, which you agreed with.
My point is that if your god had created everyone with NO free will, then:Yes! I agree with that.
1) All people would be happy and content.
2) All people would be with god forever in paradise.
3) God would be denied the pleasure of people choosing to love him.
With no free will, everyone is happy. Individually, as happy as they may have been with free will? Possibly. But possibly not, since free will clearly leads to sadness in many cases. And, if you are never aware that you do not have something, then the lack of that something will not cause you to be UNhappy (though I grant that in some cases it may make the individual happy).
Not one single human, that I am aware of, has ever had bleemik. Up to the point when you read that word, how would you describe your level of happiness at never having had bleemik?
That's the point. In a universe where there had never been free will, EVERYONE would be happy. EVERYONE would be with god, EVERYONE would be in paradise and happy.
By implementing free will, your god has ensured that for many people, that state of happiness and co-location with god and existence in paradise will not exist. Free will, on balance, is a "lose" for humanity", and a "win" only for your insecure and needy god.....because everyone loving him by default was not enough. It was only good enough for him if they CHOOSE to love him.
Maybe I'm way off base though. Assume that I never choose god. What happens to me? You've intimated that all unbelievers will go to "heaven", but (assuming that is correct), what happens to me if I arrive in heaven, and still do not choose god? What happens to me then?