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NewHope

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What does "will-seeker" mean?

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But this time it’s “I” again instead of “son” (cf. 5:17). While the
son sees (5:19), “I” hears and just judges (as humanson, 5:27). He’s not his own will-seeker but his sender’s will-seeker.
 

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NewHope said:
What does "will-seeker" mean?

Context:
But this time it’s “I” again instead of “son” (cf. 5:17). While the
son sees (5:19), “I” hears and just judges (as humanson, 5:27). He’s not his own will-seeker but his sender’s will-seeker.

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He is not his own decision-maker but his sender's decision-maker :?: (He doesn't make his own decisions but makes decisions for his sender.)
 

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Hi Casiopea,
Thanks for replying。

But I just wanted to know what “will-seeker” means。

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Did you mean “will-seeker” is “decision-maker”?
 
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