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Romans 11:1-10 Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament (MOUNCE)

11 So oun I ask legō, has God theos repudiated apōtheō · ho · ho his autos people laos? By no means ! · kai For gar I myself egō am eimi an Israelite Israēlitēs, a descendant ek sperma of Abraham Abraam, from the tribe phylē of Benjamin Beniamin. God theos has not ou repudiated apōtheō · ho · ho his autos people laos whom hos he foreknew proginōskō. Or ē do you not ou know oida what tis the ho Scripture graphē says legō in en the passage about Elijah ēlias, how hōs he pleads entynchanō with ho God theos against kata · ho Israel Israēl? Lord kyrios, they have killed apokteinō · ho your sy prophets prophētēs, they have torn down kataskaptō · ho your sy altars thusiastērion, and kagō I alone monos am left hypoleipō, and kai they are seeking zēteō · ho my egō life psychē.” But alla what tis was the ho divine reply chrēmatismos saying legō to him autos? “ I have kept kataleipō for myself emautou seven heptakischilioi thousand men anēr who hostis have not ou bowed kamptō the knee gony to ho Baal Baal.” So houtōs too kai at en the ho present nyn time kairos there is ginomai a remnant leimma, chosen eklogē by kata grace charis. And de if ei it is by grace charis, it is no ouketi longer on ek the basis of works ergon, otherwise epei · ho grace charis would no ouketi longer be ginomai grace charis. What tis then oun? Israel Israēl failed ou to obtain epitynchanō what hos it was seeking epizēteō, but de the ho elect eklogē obtained epitynchanō it. The ho · de rest loipos were hardened pōroō, as kathōs it is written graphō, “ God theos gave didōmi them autos · ho a spirit pneuma of stupor katanyxis, eyes ophthalmos that ho would not see blepō and kai ears ous that ho would not hear akouō, to heōs this ho very sēmeron day hēmera.” And kai David Dauid says legō, “ May their autos table trapeza become ginomai · ho a snare pagis and kai a trap thēra, · kai a stumbling skandalon block and kai a retribution antapodoma for them autos. 10 May their autos eyes ophthalmos be darkened · ho so ho they cannot see blepō, and kai keep · ho their autos backs nōtos constantly dia pas bent synkamptō.”

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Romans 11:1-10 Expanded Bible (EXB)

God Shows Mercy to All People

11 So I ask: Did God ·throw out [cast away; reject] his people? ·No [Absolutely not; May it never be; 9:14]! I myself am an Israelite from the ·family [descendants; L seed] of Abraham, from the tribe of Benjamin. God has not ·thrown out [cast away; rejected] his people, whom he ·chose [or knew] ·long ago [from the beginning; L beforehand]. ·Surely you know [L Do you not know…?] what the Scripture says about Elijah, how he ·prayed [appealed; complained] to God against the people of Israel. “Lord,” he said, “they have killed your prophets, and they have ·destroyed [torn/burned down] your altars. I am the only one left, and now they are ·trying to kill me, too [seeking my life; 1 Kin. 19:10, 14].” But what ·answer did God give Elijah [L was the divine response]? He said, “But I have ·left [kept for myself] seven thousand ·people [or men] in Israel who have not bowed ·down [L the knee] before Baal [1 Kin. 19:18].” It is the same now. There ·are a few people [is a remnant] that God has chosen by his grace. And if he chose them by grace, it is not ·for the things they have done [by works]. If they could be made God’s people by ·what they did [works], God’s gift of grace would ·not really [or no longer] be a gift.

·So this is what has happened [What follows from this? L What then?]: ·The people of Israel [L Israel] did not ·succeed in [attain; obtain; find] what they were ·striving [looking; seeking] for, but the ·ones God chose [elect] did ·succeed [attain/obtain/find it]. The ·others [rest] were ·made stubborn and refused to listen to God [L hardened]. As it is written in the Scriptures:

“God gave the people a ·dull mind [L spirit of stupor/insensitivity] so they could not understand [Is. 29:10].”
“He ·closed their eyes so they [or gave them eyes that] could not see
    and ·their ears so they [or gave them ears that] could not hear.
This continues until today [Deut. 29:4].”

And David says:

“Let their ·own feasts [L table] ·trap them and cause their ruin [L become a snare and a trap],
    becoming a ·stumbling block [pitfall] and ·paying them back [their retribution].
10 Let their eyes be ·closed [L darkened] so they cannot see
    and their backs be ·forever [or continually] ·weak from troubles [L bent over; Ps. 69:22–23].”

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