This all sounds very nice, but you're ignoring the obvious. At some point, every Christian arrives at a crossroads. Every time he sins, he is consciously separating himself from the God within him. Or, put another way, he is acting on non-religious desires instead of religious ones. This duality is inescapable. All religion is built upon the same premise: that there are two sides to man, the carnal and the spiritual; and that man the carnal animal is somehow wounded, somehow imperfect or sinful; and that he must therefore suppress this side of himself if he is to attain spiritual enlightenment, which is the predominance of the God-will of which you speak.
The problem is that man cannot go against his nature anymore than he can fly. One must admit that they have 'given into the flesh' to even become a Christian in the first place. And this 'sinful' impulse is the heart of anarchy because it is a rebellion against any and every restriction. It's a rebellion against forms, including the "form" (straight-jacket really) of the God-will.
You made my point when you wrote: "Of course, it's silly to say than an individual has a single unified will. In reality, we have many will's pulling is [sic] in different directions and that's where the submission comes in. Submit to righteousness, which is the will of God that is within you."
Listen to yourself: What word did you just use there at the end of your comments? 'Submit.' Think about it: if the name of the spiritual will is "God's will" and not "Sweater Fish's will," then no matter where it is housed--whether or not it even registers in time--that will is not your own. It is an ought generator. A demander. A boss. A ruler. A master.
The only thing you have succeeded in proving is that, conceived a certain way, religion is about submitting yourself to an idea (or 'ideal') rather than a person or a god. So be it. That's still submission and submission is decidedly opposed to anarchy.
Anarchy is Satanic. It is anti-religious. To my mind, anarchists who embrace religion are either deluding themselves or were never really anarchists in the first place. Anarchy is adversarial. It represents the rejection of structure and normality. God and religion, on the other hand, in the words of Satanist Blanche Barton: "generally [represent] conventionality, predictability, the safety of normality, the comfort of the larger group and the rewards of staying within the bounds of propriety."