My former girlfriends wooed me pretty powerfully, but they have not been my wife for the last 39.5 years! ἑλκύω, in the figurative application is not meek, but it is loving and non-obligatory.
Sorry, but you don't know the first thing about Greek, and you don't get to REDEFINE words you don't know the meaning of, just to try to support your false doctrines.
"ἑλκύω," has absolutely no connotation of any aspect of "loving", and it is ALWAYS efficacious.
Here various uses of the term, both in English and in Biblical context:
"draw a gun"
"draw a sword"
"draw a breath"
"draw a cheque"
"the honey drew flies";
“the light drew moths”;
"the enemy drew fire";
"draw the short straw"
"draw on a bank account";
"draw water from a well"
"amount of power drawn";
"draw a card from a deck”
"draw a bow" (archery);
"the college drew students";
"the performance drew cheers";
"draw-er" (you drag/pull it open);
"draw" (winning ticket) for a 50/50 draw;
"the prisoner was drawn and quartered";
“draw on a cigarette" ("take a draw");
Deut. 21:3 a heifer that...has not pulled <ἑλκύω>
in a yoke.
2Sam. 22:17 he drew <ἑλκύω>
me out of many waters.
1 Mac 10:82 Then brought <ἑλκύω>
3 Mac 5:49 infants drew <ἑλκύω>
what seemed their last milk [from the breast].
4 Mac 11:9 the spearbearers bound him, and drew <ἑλκύω>
him to the catapelt:
Ps. 10:9 he seizes the poor when he draws <ἑλκύω>
him into his net.
Ps. 119:131 I open my mouth and pant <ἑλκύω pneuma>
, lit. "draw air"
Eccl. 2:3 how to cheer
my body with wine (lit., "draw <ἑλκύω>
wine into my body"
Job 20:28 The possessions of his house will be carried away, <ἑλκύω>
Job 39:10 or will he harrow <ἑλκύω>
the valleys after you? (lit. "drag your furrows")
Sir. 28:19 who hath not drawn <ἑλκύω>
the yoke thereof,
Hab. 1:15 he drags <ἑλκύω>
them out with his net;
Isa. 10:15 [shall] the saw magnify itself against him who wields <ἑλκύω>
Jer. 14:6 they pant <ἑλκύω>
for air (lit. "draw air") like jackals;
Jer. 38:13 Then they drew <ἑλκύω>
Jeremiah up with ropes
John 18:10 Then Simon Peter, having a sword, drew <ἑλκύω>
John 21:6 So they cast [the net], and now they were not able to haul <ἑλκύω>
John 21:11 So Simon Peter went aboard and hauled <ἑλκύω>
the net ashore
Acts 16:19 they seized Paul and Silas and dragged <ἑλκύω>
them into the marketplace
Acts 21:30 They seized Paul and dragged <ἑλκύω>
him out of the temple
James 2:6 the ones who drag <ἑλκύω>
you into court?
Now, when a cowboy pulls at his gun, but it doesn't come out of its holster, you don't say he "drew" it. You only say he "drew" it if it CAME out of his holster.
If a dying man tries to breathe, and no air goes in, you don't say that he "drew" a breath. You only say it if the air SUCCESSFULLY went it.
When a woman tugs at a rope attached to a bucket of water, and it gets stuck, you don't say she "drew" the water. You only say she "drew" the water if it comes out of the well.
And so on.