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  • And this is the message he has sent to the children of Israel, the good news of peace he has proclaimed through Jesus Christ, who is the Lord of all. (Acts 10, 36)

  • The God of our people Israel chose our ancestors, and after he had made them increase during their stay in Egypt, he led them out by powerful deeds. (Acts 13, 17)

  • It is from the descendants of David that God has now raised up the promised savior of Israel, Jesus. (Acts 13, 23)

  • Before he appeared, John proclaimed a baptism of repentance for all the people of Israel. (Acts 13, 24)

  • Therefore, I have asked to see you and speak with you, since it is because of the hope of Israel that I bear these chains." (Acts 28, 20)

  • We cannot say that the promise of God has failed. For not all Israelites belong to Israel. (Romans 9, 6)

  • With regard to Israel, Isaiah proclaims: Even if the Israelites are as numerous as the sand of the sea, only a few will be saved. (Romans 9, 27)

  • This is a matter that the Lord will settle in Israel without fail or delay. (Romans 9, 28)

  • while Israel, striving to observe a law of righteousness, lost the purpose of the Law. (Romans 9, 31)

  • Then I must ask: Did Israel not understand? Moses was the first to say: I will make you jealous of a nation that is not a nation, I will excite your anger against a crazy nation. (Romans 10, 19)

  • While referring to Israel, the same Isaiah says: I hold out my hands the whole day long to a disobedient and rebellious people. (Romans 10, 21)

  • No, God has not rejected the people he knew beforehand. Don't you know what the Scripture says of Elijah when he was accusing Israel before God? (Romans 11, 2)

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