Jn. 6:39 And this is the Father’s will which hath sent me, that of all which he hath given me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up again at the last day. Note what this text does not say. It does not say: "of all who cometh to me I should lose nothing" If Christ would have said that then our Arminian friends would be crowing that this text makes coming the necessary condition for security. However, Christ asserts that being "given" is the necessary condition for security because coming is the consequence not the cause for being given by the Father. It is the Father's work and the Father's will that is the subject while the action of coming is the consequence of that work not its cause. The grammar demands this as coming is future tense "shall" from being given. Being given PRECEDES Christ coming to earth as His coming to earth was in response to those "GIVEN" by the Father unto a specified end "LOSE NONE." Hence, the coming of Christ is FUTURE to being given. Common sense demands this because if anyone could come to Christ WITHOUT BEING GIVEN then either NONE should be given by the Father or ALL without exception should be given by the Father as being given is of no consequence if anyone can come to Christ whether they are given or not. Hence, being given is the NECESSARY CONDITION for Christ coming to fulfill that will of Purpose as it is the NECESSARY CONDITION for "all" who do come to Christ for that expressed will of purpose. Moreover, that NONE exterior to that "all" have that stated will of purpose for God giving them to the son is the clearest expression of being chosen by the Father to be given to the Son for that very design and thus they were "chosen TO salvation" rather than "chosen BECAUSE of salvation" due to prescience. John 6:37-40 define the WHO which will EFFECTUALLY come whereas John 6:44-45 define the HOW they will EFFECTUALLY come and John 6:64-65 PROVES SOME ARE NOT TO BE FOUND in the "all" of John 6:37-39 or the "all" of John 6:45a or John 12:32 as these unbelievers were not "given" the ability to come to Christ (believe).