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. 1. Who "shall come" to Christ? ANSWER: all who are given. 2. Who shall not be lost? ANSWER: "of all" given 3. Who shall be raised up to life? ANSWER: "of all" given 4. Who is the one believing in verse 40? ANSWER: of those raised up and who are those raised up? "of all" given and "of all" that "shall come." Therefore, it is impossible to come to Christ if you are not "of all" those first given by the Father as only those first given by the Father "SHALL" come and shall "be raised up" and shall not be lost. Therefore, "ALL" given are equal to "OF ALL" who "shall come"! Therefore those who do not come in verse 36 and verse 65 were not "of all" given. Therefore, since those in verse 36 and 64 did not come they were not only not "of all" given but they were not of those drawn as verse 65 explicitly states they had not been draw by the Father. Therefore, "of all" given equals "all" drawn as only those not given and not drawn DO NOT COME TO CHRIST and "all" others do.