These three issues are at the forefront of many debates and are confused by some. Let me illustrate. A bright young man in college ends up on skid row. How did this happen one might ask? Did he necessarily lack ability, opportunity, or motivation, or could of he just lacked two of the three? Could one have all the ability in the world and still end up on skid row? Taking this one step further, could you place blame upon a man that failed to succeed as a doctor that simply had been born without the mental capacity, the natural cognizant abilities needed to succeed in that field or had been injured by an accident that rendered the individual impotent and as such impossible for such a one to make and perform the needed decisions and or physical tasks necessary for being a doctor? God blames man for being a sinner, even those who lack opportunity or motivation to hear and respond to the gospel message. Can God, in justice as a Just God, place blame on man if in fact man lacks the necessary ‘abilities’ to do anything other than what he does, and that from birth?