Friend, a great preacher called Charles Spurgeon, wrote the words above and they are worth repeating and thinking about.
"If then you will be damned, let me have this one thing as a consolation for your misery; that you are not damned for the lack of CALLING AFTER, you are not lost for the lack of WEEPING AFTER, and not lost for the lack of PRAYING AFTER."
He states that after all his scholarly studying of the Word of God and his knowledge gained from a close walk with Jesus who he has allowed to be his Master and Lord, that the lost who consider themselves the damned by God are not lost for the reasons they give, but they are called by the Trinity of God, and wept over by the Trinity, and prayed for by the angels and those directed on earth to pray for the lost.
There will be no excuse at the Judgement that will be allowed along this line of thinking, for not believing. God is able to prove it to all who will be at the Judgement that they allowed themselves to be deceived.
He will prove to them that they were called, wept over, and prayed for, but they would not respond, thinking they could fool God!