This Westminster divine said the following:
Quest. Doth not Christ as well make Intercession for all, as hee dyed for all mankind?Answ. Though Christ dyed and fulfilled the Law for a common benefit to all man-kind and his ransome is sufficient to save all; yet he never purposed to redeeme all men by his death. For he knew that many were already damned, and past all hope of redemption before he dyed, and that Judas was a son of perdition, and therefore hee did not purpose to give himselfe a ransome for them. Besides he himself testifieth that hee did not pray for the world, but only for his Elect given to him by his father out of the world, Joh. 17.9. Therefore he did much lesse dye with an intent, purpose and desire to redeeme and save them.
Quest. You have well shewed that Christ both in respect of his Person and Offices, is an all sufficient Redeemer and Saviour, and is able by the infinite worth of his Mediation to save all men: Now then tell me why all men are not saved?Answ. Though Christ [in] his ransome and satisfaction is able to save and redeeme all that are partakers thereof, even all mankind, if they had grace to receive and apply him and all his merits by Faith, Yet because none have spiritual communion with him, but only they whom God hath chosen to eternall life in him, and predestined to be effectually called, according to his purpose, to the state of grace, and to be made conformable to his image: Therefore many who are not elect, follow their own evil ways, and have no will nor care to repent of their sins, and beleeve in Christ, but run wilfully into destruction and perish.
Quest. Doth the benefit of Christ the Mediator, and Redeemer reach only to the Elect?Answ. Though the saving vertue of Christ belongeth only to the elect; yet there is a common benefit of Christ, whereof reprobates are partakers, which reacheth also to all the world. For hee is said to preserve man and beasts, that is, to keep them in life and being, Psal. 36.6 and to be the Saviour of all, especially of them that beleeve, 1 Tim. 4.10 and to give himself a ransome for all, 1 Tim. 2.6. and by him all things are said to consist, Coloss. 1.17.