Romans Week 20 - The Remnant of Israel

Feb 28, 2024    Erik Miller

A remnant is usually a small part from a whole, or a small quantity remaining of something. This next section Paul addresses the question of whether God has rejected His people with 2 arguments; First, since Paul, a Jew from the tribe of Benjamin, has been reconciled, then no, God has not rejected His people. Second, just as a remnant existed in Elijah’s day of those who had not bowed down to Baal, so there is a remnant of those in Israel who trust in Jesus. All of this is by God’s grace, not of any sort of works among God’s people. 


Study with us Wednesday as we walk through Romans 11:1-10