Some on this forum suggest that the word "draw" in John 6:44 and John 12:32 is being given an ability that may or may not be exercised and therefore is distinctly different in nature to actual coming but only provides potential for coming as though drawing is one thing and coming is another thing. 1. This Greek word is found only 8 times in the New Testament. 2. In every case the act of drawing is insepable from actual coming by that which is being drawn. The term "draw" identifies the source of power being exerted on the object being drawn which always comes as drawn. 3. It is NEVER once used in the New Testament as bestowing anything upon the object drawn as "enabling power" but IS the power exerted in bringing the object. 4. Any failure to come by drawing is either due to the lack of power by the one exerting the drawing force upon an object or the insufficient strength of the object used to draw with (as in the case of the net that broke). 5. Since neither God or his grace has any inherent insufficiency of power what he draw always comes as there is nothing in creation that can overpower God and thus not come if drawn. 6. Every able Bible student knows that actual usuage of words trumps any kind of potential definitions or etymological root meanings in establishing the actual meaning of words. In John 6:44 the "he" which is drawn is the "he" which is raised as none drawn by the Father fail to come or else they were never drawn and such is the case in John 6:64-65 where Jesus explicitly specify "some" who came by FALSE PROFESSION but never were drawn by the Father.