Not Total Rejection

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Study of Romans: Message Twenty-Three
Wednesday Nights at MFBC
Romans 11:1-10.
ETS: Paul explained that Israel’s rejection was not total or universal.
ESS: We are saved by grace through faith; Likewise, we are rejected when unbelief is present.
OSS: [Doctrinal] {I want the hearers to understand the importance of faith in God, namely Jesus.}
What are two truths from this passage?
UW: Truths
TS: Let us examine a few truths from this passage together:
God did not reject Israel totally. [1-6]
The condition of election is belief in the grace of God. [7-10]
[1] We can be encouraged in knowing two things:
Though not majority believe, there are more than perhaps we think upon surface level evaluation.
God has a purpose and a plan that is still being acted on.
Consulted Resources:
[1] Edwin A. Blum, “Romans,” in CSB Study Bible: Notes, ed. Edwin A. Blum and Trevin Wax (Nashville, TN: Holman Bible Publishers, 2017).
[2] Albert Barnes, Notes on the New Testament: Romans, ed. Robert Frew (London: Blackie & Son, 1884–1885).
[3] Adam Clarke, The Holy Bible with a Commentary and Critical Notes, New Edition., vol. 6 (Bellingham, WA: Faithlife Corporation, 2014).
[4]William Barclay, “The Letter to the Romans” in The New Daily Study Bible (Louisville, KY: The Westminster John Knox Press, 2017).
[5] Warren W. Wiersbe, “Romans” in Be Right: How to be Right with God, Yourself, and Others (Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2008).
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