Paul engages us by sharing how the Lord would do greater things through Israel upon her warm response. But rather through their fall - By means of their fall. 11 Again I ask: Did they stumble so as to fall beyond recovery? The fall of the Jews makes way for the Gospel among the Gentiles; and this having had its effects with them, will be a means of putting the Jews upon serious thoughts about, and a studious inquiry after, the true Messiah, and salvation by him; all which is a full answer to the question, and the objection contained in it. Paul engages us by sharing how the Lord would do greater things through Israel upon her warm response. God forbid; neither of these are to be admitted of. (1-10) God overruled their unbelief for making the Gentiles partakers of gospel privileges. God forbid - By no means; see Romans 11:1. Commentary website along with the International Bible Lesson that you may want to read to your class as part of your Bible study. or is their stumbling permitted, that they should "all" fall through unbelief, and be cast away? May it never be! In Romans 11:11 he says, "I say then, they did not stumble so as to fall, did they? Well, let’s look at verse 11. 28, 29. and so it is an objection of the same kind with ( Romans 11:1 ) ; or since they have stumbled, and have thereby fell into a forlorn and miserable condition, are they always to continue in it, as the last clause in the above cited passage suggests? Salem Media Group. And at present there appeared nothing ill in view, but rather through their fall, salvation is come unto the Gentiles. As concerning the Gospel they are enemies for your sakes--that is, they are regarded and treated as enemies (in a state of exclusion through unbelief, from the family of God) for the benefit of you Gentiles; in the sense of Romans 11:11 Romans 11:15. but as touching, the election- … Rather, because of their transgression, salvation has come to the Gentiles to make Israel envious." Romans 11:11. I say then, Have they stumbled that they should fall? (22-32) A solemn adoring of the wisdom, goodness, and justice of God. He calls it a future fulfillment. California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. Romans 11 Commentary, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, by the leading authority in the Church of Christ, presents a verse level look at the Bible. We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. of them be the riches of the world, and the diminishing of them the riches of the Gentiles, how much more their fulness? was it that they should fall and perish eternally? Romans 11:11-15 is the second of four parts to The Bible Teaching Commentary on Romans: Salvations's Great Plan (Romans 11:11-36). Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers. God forbid: but rather through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy. In Romans 11, Paul concludes his exploration of God's plan for His chosen people Israel. International Bible Lesson Commentary Romans 11:11 … Romans 11:11. Salvation is come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy. for to provoke them to jealousy: that is, to provoke the Jews to jealousy; not in an ill sense, as in ( Romans 10:19 ) , and as they were provoked upon the first sending of the Gospel to the Gentiles, and the calling of them, when they discovered a great deal of envy, wrath, and bitterness; but in a good sense, as will appear in the latter day, when being convinced of their sin in rejecting the Messiah, and observing the many advantages the Gentiles have received by embracing him, and they have lost by their contempt of him, will be provoked to an holy emulation of them, and be stirred up through their means to seek the Lord their God, and David their King; and thus things will wind about in Providence. Romans 11:11 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Romans 11:11, NIV: "Again I ask: Did they stumble so as to fall beyond recovery?Not at all! If you are a Bible student or teacher, you can discuss each week’s commentary and lesson at the International Bible Lesson Forum. Romans 11:11-15 is the second of four parts to The Bible Teaching Commentary on Romans: Salvations's Great Plan (Romans 11:11-36). Rather, because of their transgression, salvation has come to the Gentiles to make Israel envious. Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. God forbid - By no means; see Romans 11:1. The word “fall” here refers to all their conduct and doom at the coming of the Messiah, and in the breaking up of their establishment as a nation. The rejection of the Jews is not universal. As concerning the Gospel they are enemies for your sakes--that is, they are regarded and treated as enemies (in a state of exclusion through unbelief, from the family of God) for the benefit of you Gentiles; in the sense of Romans 11:11 Romans 11:15. but as touching, the election- … That is, the Gospel; which is sometimes called salvation, the Gospel of our salvation, the word of "salvation"; because it is a declaration of salvation by Christ, and is the power of God unto it; or a means made effectual by the power of God to convince persons, both of their need, and of the worth of it, and also a means of the application of it to them, by the Spirit of God: now this came to the Gentiles by the ministry of the apostles, according to the orders and command of Christ; and that through the fall of the Jews, their unbelief and rejection of the Messiah; for the Gospel was first preached to them, but they contradicting and blaspheming it, the apostles turned to the Gentiles, and preached it to them, as the Lord had commanded them: and thus they came to be acquainted with the doctrine of salvation by a crucified Christ, and to have it powerfully applied to their souls by the Spirit of God; when salvation might be said to "come" to them, in such sense as our Lord says it did to Zacchaeus and his house, ( Luke 19:9 ) : and another end is to be answered hereby; which is. (33-36) God has hardened the rest in unbelief, but will bring Israel back to faith … But rather through their fall - By means of their fall. The end which God had in view, in suffering the Jews to stumble and fall, was not their destruction, but rather the salvation of the Gentiles; and especially not the destruction of "all" of them, blindness had only happened "in part" to them; for there was a remnant among them according to the election of grace, which should be saved; a chosen number, which obtained life and righteousness by Christ; yea, a fulness of them, how small soever their number might be now, which should be brought in; and still less that they should always continue in this sad condition, their unbelief had brought them into; for the time would come, when there would be a receiving of them as life from the dead, when all Israel should be saved. of &c.] This is an objection, which the apostle takes from the mouth of an adversary; and the purport of it is, you say that the people of the Jews being blind, have stumbled at Christ and his Gospel, as was prophesied of them, and to which they were appointed; pray what were God's view and end in this?

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