How does the passage in the story of the rich, young ruler (specifically Mark 10:21), where Jesus looks at the young man and loves him fit in with a Calvinistic viewpoint of no free will? It appears that Jesus loves this man and sincerely desires him to follow Him. He even personally asked the man to follow Him. But the man rejected Jesus because he could not obey the first commandment even though he claimed to perfectly obey commandments 5-10. I'm not looking for a debate. I will not reply as to debate. I just am curious how a person who believes in no free will reconciles Mark 10:21 with that belief. As a side note, I believe in the absolute Sovereignty of God. I also happen to believe that the free will of man is inside the Sovereignty of God, not outside, as a separate and conflicting thing, but inside, as a created thing and governed thing. I'm truly only interested in reading responses.