This is starting to grow a little tiring.
For example, you're suggesting that a believer does not have eternal security then you suggest that it is my interpretation that contradicts and proceed to warn me that my interpretation is in error. Why don't you do something about that giant plank in your eye?
Doesn't seem like you understand what you're hearing. I haven't witnessed anyone in this thread teach OSAS but OSAS does convey eternal security as does Perseverance of the Saints.
Wrong, John 10:26 says you do not believe BECAUSE you're not Jesus' sheep and not the other way around. The Elect are not made Jesus' sheep because of belief but because they were Elect. The ones that believe are Jesus' as evidenced by faith as Christ's sheep.
What is the subtle difference between what you're saying and what I am saying? Throughout your entire rant you continually make the same mistake over and over again. You point to the evidence and make it a cause. For example, pointing to the very act of belief and think someone is saved by the act of belief when belief is evidence of salvation. One is not made into Jesus' sheep by their act of belief but believes because they are Jesus' sheep. Read John 10:26 more closely and then what follows. You do not believe BECAUSE you're not Jesus' sheep is not the same as You are not Jesus sheep BECAUSE you do not believe.
The very things you state miss the mark about what is being said. It is your subtle commentary which is wrong. The Scriptures you quoted in John 10 do not say we can believe today and become Elect yesterday as Elections are based on some foreseeable future belief by the Father.
You stated "So the question here is WHO are those that the father give to JESUS?" Then you state, "Those who BELIEVE and FOLLOW God's WORD "PRESENT TENSE" are God's Sheep and it is to those who BELIEVE and FOLLOW God's WORD in the present tense that God's promises are for."
Now who are those that the Father gives to Jesus?
You quoted the above but John 6:44 actually answers the very question you asked and then maligned with your answer.
John 6:44 No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws him. And I will raise him up on the last day.
Yes you are wrong because again you're pointing to the act of man whether an act of repentance or faith as a condition or works of man which is the "cause" of salvation. Rather God provides the very conditions which are necessary for salvation by Grace. Both Confession/Repentance and Faith are of a double sided coin as I touched upon before but you ignored. The act of faith does not save us but it is the object of faith that saves us. The act of faith does not declare us righteous but the object of faith is an alien righteousness imputed us.
The Elect which are Inwardly Called and Regenerated will Confess/Repent and turn to God in faith.
All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will by no means cast out (John 6:37).
This is the will of the Father who sent Me, that of all He has given Me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up at the last day (John 6:39).
No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him; and I will raise him up at the last day (John 6:44).
And He said, “Therefore I have said to you that no one can come to Me unless it has been granted to him by My Father” (John 6:65).
Jesus answered them, “Did I not choose you, the twelve, and one of you is a devil?” (John 6:70).
It is clearly seen that those who will be raised up at the last day—all true believers—are given to Christ by the Father. And only those whom the Father gives to Christ can come to Him. Salvation lies entirely in the hands of the Father. He it is who gives them to Jesus to be saved. … This is nothing else than unconditional election (Palmer, Five Points of Calvinism, 27).
It is tantamount to blasphemy for anyone to argue that man is capable, of his own free will, to make a decision for Christ, when the Son of God says in words that cannot be misunderstood, “No man can come to me, except the Father … draw him” (Spencer, TULIP, 42).
There is a subtle distinction between yours and other members of this board including mine. For example,
John 5:39-40 You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness about me, 40 yet you refuse to come to me that you may have life.
Acts 17:11 Now these Jews were more noble than those in Thessalonica; they received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so.
While both speak of examining the Scriptures one group was condemned and the other complimented. One group made salvation all about them, that is, "I, me, and myself", the very acts of what they've done rather than Christ alone.
There is no argument on a point you seemingly think others here are making in that a saved person will confess and repent of their sins turning towards God through faith. However, the subtle difference between you and others here is that we do not believe the act of a person is what saves them nor that their performance is the basis of salvation.