Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
I was reading the Gospels this morning, and came across the passage regarding the Leper on the roadside who asked Jesus for a healing saying, "Lord if you are willing, I can be cleansed." Jesus replied, "I am willing, be cleansed."
Notice Jesus Christ didn't say, "My Divine Nature is willing, be cleansed" to perform this miracle in distinction from His natural human will stemming from Him being a God-Man standing and breathing and speaking those words to that Leper, rather in demonstrating the synergy of His Will He said in the singular first-person, "I am willing.." In Oriental Orthodox the fathers teach that there is One composite Nature incarnate in One composite hypostasis, having One composite Will, both human and divine in all three regards.
By the way to William, the year I have spent here on the forum has been life changing in regards to the depth of my theological discussions and studies, I had studied many things before, but this place is a valuable outlet to have not only the discussions that are very rare in day to day encounters (even with priests, really who has the time?) but also speak with such a variety of brothers and sisters with great experience and understanding to share. Its one of the things I love most about our forum and why I invest so much time here, to give back to folks as much as I can for all they give to me