Remnant of Israel
Romans 11 discusses that although Israel as a whole rejected Jesus as their Messiah, there is still a remnant chosen by grace. As a whole their dismissal of Jesus has blessed the world because this salvation message was then opened to the Gentiles. However, they have not fallen beyond recovery, in the end Israel will be saved through faith. God's plan includes bestowing mercy upon all mankind.
- Romans 11:1 - Did God Reject His People?
- Romans 11:2-5 - A Remnant Chosen By Grace
- Romans 11:6 - It Is By Grace Not By Works
- Romans 11:7-10 - What Israel Did Not Obtain the Elect Did
- Romans 11:11-12 - Because of their Transgression Salvation Has Come To the Gentiles
- Romans 11:13-15 - Israel's Acceptance Will Be Life from the Dead
- Romans 11:16 - If the Root is Holy So Are The Branches
- Romans 11:17- Grafted In Sharing the Nourishing Sap of the Olive Root
- Romans 11:18-21 - Broken By Unbelief or Standing Firm in Faith
- Romans 11:22 - The Kindness of God
- Romans 11:23-24 - Regrafted into the Olive Tree
- Romans 11:25-27 - All Israel Will Be Saved
- Romans 11:28-29 - God's Gifts and His Call Are Irrevocable
- Romans 11:30-32 - God Has Mercy on All
- Romans 11:33-36 - To Him Be the Glory Forever!