One resounding tune that gets struck in many of my Sunday School classes is the open string E chord of "But that is why each man has free will..."
I would heartily recommend to everyone interested in the subject of Free will to read the Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther. The book is his response to Erasmus who debated with Luther on whether or not man chooses God for salvation or if God chooses man.
For me, I think we make it too difficult. Let the Bible mean what it says:
Romans 3:10-11 As it is written: "THERE IS NONE RIGHTEOUS, NO, NOT ONE; 11 THERE IS NONE WHO UNDERSTANDS; THERE IS NONE WHO SEEKS AFTER GOD.
1. How many people are there who have good (righteousness) in them?
2. How many seek after God?
What further evidence do we need to prove that none will choose God?
Who then will come to God for salvation?
Joh 6:44 No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him;
Who will come to God through Christ?