Holy Bible

Paul was continually sad about the Jews not accepting Jesus as their Messiah. God made the people of Israel his special people. He made a covenant with them that they would be his people and he would be their God.

God chose Jacob because he knew he would be a spiritual man. He didn’t chose Esau be he knew he would be of the flesh.

God loves and accepts all who come to him. God can choose how he acts. His ways our beyond our human understanding.

Only parts of Israel will be saved, being a Jew doesn’t guarantee salvation.

The Gentiles didn’t follow the law but they gained righteousness through faith.

This is an open discussion, feel free to leave a comment or question.

Read: Romans 10

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To Be Continued Tuesday, July 12th…………..

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July 9, 2011 @ 07:56

Hi, I am still trying to figure out how to get to the "entire" post from the earlier posts since I am starting in Matthew trying to catch up. But I am only getting parts of the posts, and can not find any place to get the entire posts for each chapter and verse. Can anyone enlighten me? Thanks so much. God Bless and have a Wonderful and Blessed Weekend.

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