from Norman Geisler in Chosen But Free
"Those who believe are enabled by God to be drawn to Him."
James White responds, "To be honest, this makes no sense. It sounds like it is saying that being 'drawn' to God is not salvific: that is, it is more like 'drawing nearer to God' in devotion or some such thing. In any case, the meaning surely has nothing whatsoever to do with the text: obviously, coming to Christ is believing in Him: they are synonymous in John. So this passage (John 6) is not saying that God 'draws' believers into a closer relationship with Christ. Instead, it is saying that no man is able to come to Christ in faith unless drawn by the Father, and that all who are drawn are raised up, or all that the Father gives the Son will come to the Son in saving faith. This coming is obviously the act of saving faith, for Jesus says that the one who comes to Him He will not cast out."