Particular redemption says that Jesus Christ actually died for the elect, not for every single person. Therefore, it is said that Jesus Christ died for sinners like you and me, not for YOU generally. Here comes my question. In general, it is also said that the greatest sin is unbelief in Jesus because it is rejecting God's gracious offer toward sinners. However, when Jesus did not die for unbelievers, is their unbelief in Christ or rejecting the gospel regarded as sin? Of course, they still remain sinners before God because of their other sins and depravity. Logically, they are not able to believe or accept Jesus even if they want to do. It is because Jesus really did not die for them. Is there anyone who can help me in this regard?