Again two example of Predestinarian Twisting of Scriptures. Calvinists love to play with the verb "call", etc., hiding the context where it is clear that the call is to everyone, therefore the one who answer "are called". When God prepared something in advance, is for the ones who chose to answer to His call. The law prepared for you a fine if you pass with the car the red light. If you chose to do so, it is clear that "you have been called by the state to pay the fine".
First we'll give a look to the concept of "elect" in the Bible:
".........The good news, however, is that “election, elect, chosen” (and the derivatives) are terms that have nothing to do with one’s eternal destiny. Scripture does speak at length of “the elect” and “the chosen” but these terms are devoid of the Calvinistic sense of someone who has been chosen to receive eternal life. The term elect and its derivatives therefore are not salvific in meaning but simply refer to persons or things that are chosen for a particular purpose and the purpose has nothing to do with eternal life. Once the definition of the word is established biblically, the foundation of Calvinism will be undermined and will collapse and arguing the tenants of TULIP will become inapplicable. The word elect (Greek verb: eklegomai ἐκλέγομαι; Hebrew verb: bakharבָּחַר) means to choose, select. The elect or chosen (as nouns or adjectives) are those people or things that have been elected, selected, or chosen for a particular purpose by someone. Scripture bears witness that elect and its derivatives have nothing to do with someone being chosen specifically to eternal life."