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  • shouting, 'Men of Israel, help! This is the man who preaches to everyone everywhere against our people, against the Law and against this place. He has even profaned this Holy Place by bringing Greeks into the Temple.' (Acts 21, 28)

  • That is why I have urged you to see me and have a discussion with me, for it is on account of the hope of Israel that I wear this chain.' (Acts 28, 20)

  • It is not that God's promise has failed. Not all born Israelites belong to Israel, (Romans 9, 6)

  • And about Israel, this is what Isaiah cried out: Though the people of Israel are like the sand of the sea, only a remnant will be saved; (Romans 9, 27)

  • while Israel, looking for saving justice by law-keeping, did not succeed in fulfilling the Law. (Romans 9, 31)

  • Well, another question, then: is it possible that Israel did not understand? In the first place Moses said: I shall rouse you to jealousy with a non-people, I shall exasperate you with a stupid nation. (Romans 10, 19)

  • and referring to Israel, he says: All day long I have been stretching out my hands to a disobedient and rebellious people. (Romans 10, 21)

  • God never abandoned his own people to whom, ages ago, he had given recognition. Do you not remember what scripture says about Elijah and how he made a complaint to God against Israel: (Romans 11, 2)

  • What follows? Israel failed to find what it was seeking; only those who were chosen found it and the rest had their minds hardened; (Romans 11, 7)

  • I want you to be quite certain, brothers, of this mystery, to save you from congratulating yourselves on your own good sense: part of Israel had its mind hardened, but only until the gentiles have wholly come in; (Romans 11, 25)

  • and this is how all Israel will be saved. As scripture says: From Zion will come the Redeemer, he will remove godlessness from Jacob. (Romans 11, 26)

  • Now compare the natural people of Israel: is it not true that those who eat the sacrifices share the altar? (1 Corinthians 10, 18)

“Os talentos de que fala o Evangelho são os cinco sentidos, a inteligência e a vontade. Quem tem mais talentos, tem maior dever de usá-los para o bem dos outros.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina