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Approaching Romans 11 in spirit and in its setting; its new emphasis; major divisions and lessons.
The second major division of the chapter; analysis of verses 11-32; the Jews' stumbling not a final fall; salvation has come to the Gentiles; to provoke the Jews to emulation.
Reasons why the Jews were permitted to stumble at the Gospel; the enrichment of the Gentiles; the meaning of 'diminishing' and 'fulness'.
Paul is writing as a prophet; verse 11 and 12 a great seminal statement; lessons from this; persistence of the Jews as a nation; the ways of God with individuals and nations; provoking others to emulation; nothing too hard for God.
Prophecy of the future of Israel; the blindness temporary; judicially inflicted; the fulness of the Gentiles; interpretations of 'all Israel'.
In what sense Israel are enemies; in what sense beloved; God's gifts and calling never regretted; confirmation of interpretation of 'all Israel'.
The salvation of Israel; Paul's prophecy confirmed by Scripture; wording of Old Testament statements varied by inspiration; the Deliverer out of Zion; God's covenant with Israel.
What is meant by judicial blindness or hardening; how it is accomplished; the example of Pharaoh; lessons for today; revival.
The true Israel not always a remnant; prophecy not history written in advance; danger of reading in what is not there; Paul not dealing with the Second Coming.
Why Paul wrote his great doxology; danger of separating mind and heart; analysis of doxology; the deep things of God; His riches; wisdom; knowledge.