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Commentaries for Romans Chapter 11

The rejection of the Jews is not universal.

There was a chosen remnant of believing Jews, who had righteousness and life by faith in Jesus Christ...
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God overruled their unbelief for making the Gentiles partakers of gospel privileges.

The gospel is the greatest riches of every place where it is...
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The Gentiles cautioned against pride and unbelief, The Jews shall be called as a nation, and brought into God's visible covenant again.

Of all judgments, spiritual judgments are the sorest; of these the apostle is here speaking...
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A solemn adoring of the wisdom, goodness, and justice of God.

The apostle Paul knew the mysteries of the kingdom of God as well as ever any man; yet he confesses himself at a loss; and despairing to find the bottom, he humbly sits down at the brink, and adores the depth...
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