Can I use the word "will" in two clauses of the same sentence that starts with "when"? I've already checked all questions in this forum about the use of "will" twice in a sentence, but none of them specifically mentioned this case. Here's an example:
When the angel of death will come, none will be able to evade him.
The person who says this is clearly making a prediction about the coming of the angel. However, I'm not sure whether the sentence should be:
When the angel of death comes, none will be able to evade him.
Are both sentences correct? If so, do they have the same meaning?