In this passage it is clear that being given by the Father is restricted only to those who actually come to the Son in faith - Jn. 6:37-39 - as "ALL" given by the Father NONE fail to come (v. 39) and therefore NONE are given other than those who do come. That means God did not give the whole world to the Son and so whom the Father gave to the Son is LIMITED. Moreover, coming is the consequence of being given not vice versa as Jesus does not say all who come "shall be" given to me by the Father. Likewise, NONE come to the Son that the Father does not "draw" to the Son - Jn. 6:44. In this context "draw" is defined as "teach" (v. 45) which is something "given to him" by the Father (Jn. 6:65). What is "given unto him" in John 6:65 is explicitly what is said to be missing in some of His disciples in verse 64 - belief in Christ. Coming to Christ is equal to believing in Christ and ALL whom the Father gave to Christ did "come" to him in faith. Skandelon, winman and van must deny the obvious comparison between what is explicitly stated is missing in John 6:64 versus the reason stated why it is missing in John 6:65. Skandelon, winman and Van must deny that this obvious missing element in John 6:64 is faith in Christ which is defined by John 6:65 to be what the INTERNAL INSTRUCTING WORK of God that "ALL" receive who have been drawn by the Father and "EVERY MAN" that received it "heard...learned" does come to the Son in faith.