Rom 042: God’s Mysterious Mercy

"Christianity 101" ... Romans 11:25-36

God's Mysterious Mercy

In this episode we explore Romans 11:25-36, God’s mysterious mercy. If you think the Bible’s easy to understand, think again. There are so many mysteries that have not yet been revealed to us, and we find a couple in today’s passage.  For example, how is it that God has rejected the Jews and yet we find them still referred to as His elected people? How is it that the disobedience of the Jews actually led to the potential salvation of the entire world including the Jews? How could the Jews have been rejected by God because of their disobedience and yet also promised to be saved? There are too many mysteries to state here, so press play and lets engage this passage together.

 

Show Notes:

• Romans 11:25 [01:30]
• Romans 11:26-27 [04:00]
• Romans 11:28 [08:02]
• Romans 11:29 [08:35]
• Romans 11:30 [09:09]
• Romans 11:31 [09:45]
• Romans 11:32 [10:55]
• Romans 11:33-35 [12:37]
• Romans 11:36 [14:33]
• Summary [15:09]
• And much more…

 

Significant quotes:

“God subjected everyone to disobedience so He could have mercy on them all” 13:57

 

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God’s Mysterious Mercy

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