Jeremiah 5:21"Hear this, O foolish and senseless people, who have eyes, but see not, who have ears, but hear not.
This passage implies the Israelites were able to see and hear but refused to do so. God gave them the ability but they didn’t use it. Not only could they do otherwise, but they should have. We are accountable to God for how we use the freedom and ability He gave us.
Let's grant Dan's inference for the sake of argument. How does that mesh with Molinism? Libertarian free agents have the freedom to pursue alternate possibilities in different possible worlds. But this passage is addressed to agents residing in just one world–the actual world. They lack the freedom to do otherwise in the actual world, for the actual world instantiates one possibility to the exclusion of others. These are not compossible possibilities in the actual world.