Löydetty 1984 Tulokset: Israel

  • In the same way now there is a remnant in Israel, those who were chosen by grace. (Romans 11, 5)

  • What then? What Israel was looking for, it did not find, but those whom God elected found it. The others hardened their hearts, (Romans 11, 7)

  • Again I ask: Did they stumble so as to fall? Of course not. Their stumbling allowed salvation to come to the pagan nations and this, in turn, will stir up the jealousy of Israel. (Romans 11, 11)

  • If Israel's shortcoming made the world rich, if the pagan nations grew rich with what they lost, what will happen when Israel is restored? (Romans 11, 12)

  • I want you to understand the mysterious decree of God, lest you be too confident: a part of Israel will remain hardened until the majority of pagans have entered. (Romans 11, 25)

  • Then the whole of Israel will be saved, as Scripture says: From Zion will come the Liberator who will purify the descendants of Jacob from all sin. (Romans 11, 26)

  • Let those who live according to this rule receive peace and mercy: they are the Israel of God! (Galatians 6, 16)

  • At that time you were without Christ, you did not belong to the community of Israel; the covenants of God and his promises were not for you; you had no hope and were without God in this world. (Ephesians 2, 12)

  • I was circumcised when eight days old. I was born of the race of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin; I am a Hebrew, born of Hebrews. With regard to the Law, I am a Pharisee, (Philippians 3, 5)

  • Yet God sees defects when he says: The days are coming - it is the word of the Lord - when I will draw up a new covenant with the people of Israel and with the people of Judah. (Hebrews 8, 8)

  • But this is the covenant that I will make with the people of Israel in the days to come: I will put my laws into their minds and write them on their hearts. I will be their God and they will be my people. (Hebrews 8, 10)

  • By faith Joseph, when about to die, warned the children of Israel of their exodus and gave orders about his remains. (Hebrews 11, 22)

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