Did Jesus mourn over all those who didn't have faith in him? No, he knew who his sheep were. In the same way we should not beat ourselves up because some do not believe, God decides who is saved, not us. Many churches today like to put emphasis on a broken heart for the lost. Why should we have broken hearts when we have a God who saves to the uttermost those who Jesus died for? People want to believe that our effort actually determines salvation, instead of the truth that our effort is only the means. Paul might have lamented over Israel's unbelief, but where in the new testament does he or Jesus lament over an individual who does not believe? If God truly wanted everyone saved, and salvation was left up to man's choices, then why weren't their hearts broken? Will God not be eternally heartbroken and sad because the very people he sent his son to die for are in hell? If God wants everyone saved then is he not a failure? The truth regarding God's election is glorious for us who have been given his eternal love in Jesus. It is even more glorious when we see how he deals with sinners without his loving grace, so that we may see how great a gift it is we have been given. God determines who is saved, and that should give us great joy. The joy of knowing God has eternally loved you. That you are forever safe in his arms. Given the very righteousness of Christ, and loved just as he is. What greater love is there than that? Yes God is love, but WHO does he love? All people, or his chosen children?