This thread is about the word drawn and how it is used in John 6. John 6:44 “No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him; and I will raise him up on the last day.” The word "drawn" here means to attact to cause to come. We see that is says at the beginning of the verse(and other places in the passage) that no one can COME... unless something happens. Well, once that something happens, it is only logical to say that then the person comes. The term "draw" always implies that the action happened. There are different variates of this word. I can draw a net, but I'm not attracting the net to come to me. Same word, different meaning. If you go somewhere, it can be said that you were drawn to that event. A performance will say that they drew a big crowd. It is only the ones that came that were drawn. This example is the same definition as that of John 6. Also, it says that the Father draws HIM and then Jesus will raise HIM up on the last day. So not only does the definition of drawn say that all drawn come, Jesus also will raise up all that are drawn.