The would depend on what a person is. Cleary if a person can will it not, then that trumps God's ability. He can want but he cannot have. Of course, this doesn't mean God doesn't get what he wants. A lost person, expressing their will unto not-God satisfies God's desire that they be allowed to express so. So, he wants to save all, but wants more, that they not be forced to be saved. Indeed, if his definition of "person" involved own will expression unto damnation then he cannot save a person who wills it not. For to do so would be to eliminate the personhood.If God wanted He could save everyone correct ????