Those who oppose OSAS primarily base their opposition upon parables, metaphors and obscure and highly debated texts. However, this issue, whether or not those who come to Christ for eternal life can ever be lost is explicitly and directly addressed by Christ in John 6:37-40 as well as, some other clear explicit precepts in the gospel of John which is written for the very purpose that one may come to Christ in faith and obtain eternal life. John 6:37-39 reads as follows: 37 All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out. 38 For I came down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me. 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. In John 6:37-39 there are four clear indisputable facts presented: 1. All that the Father gives to the Son do in fact come to the son - v. 37 2. Coming is the consequence of being given as the future tense "shall" proves, thus denying and completely repudiating the idea that being given is the consequence of coming to Christ as all non-OSAS teach. Coming is future tense from being given. 3. The Son is the one responsible for obtaining the will of the Father in verses 38-39 in this matter not the believer as all non-OSAS teach - vv. 38-39. 4. NONE "of all" those that come to Christ are ever lost - v. 39 which is the essence of OSAS. These four indisputable facts are not drawn from parables, metaphors or obscure texts, but are drawn from clear and explicit language that directly addresses the issue of true believers ever being lost. Now, my opponents cannot deal with these facts, so they will do the RUN and then JUMP to other contexts that are based upon parables, metaphors and obscure texts and then PIT them against this clear and explicit non-parabolic, non-metaphorical, non-spiritualized direct language.