Romans 11: Israels’ rejection in relation to their future restoration

NOTE:  You may wish to use other translations for your studies in Chapter 11,
                      but all questions are based on the KJV or NKJV


1. Has God now rejected Israel because they have rejected their own Messiah?  (11:1-2)

2. Although many Jews have rejected Jesus, what’s always been true?  (11:4)

3. What’s also true today?  (11:5)

4. What’s the problem with the Jews who reject Jesus?  (11:8)

5. What caused their blindness?  (Ezekiel 12:2)

6. What does Paul write concerning the blindness of all humans?  (II Corinthians 4:4)

7. What will happen to all who reject His Word as truth?  ( II Thessalonians 2:12)

8. In Elijah’s day, how many had not bowed to Baal?  (11:4)

9. What will be the reaction of the Jews when they see divine blessing poured out
      upon the Gentiles?  (11:11-12)

10. Does Paul offer any hope for the Jewish nation? (11:15)

11. What special promise has God given to Israel? (11:26-27)

12. Concerning the end-times, what does God say to Israel through Isaiah?  (Isaiah. 60:2)

13. When Israel is blessed by God as a nation, what will the Gentiles do? (Isaiah 60:3)

14. Israel is compared to an olive tree. What are Gentiles compared to? (11:17)

15. Research and define the word “high-minded.”  (11:20)

16. What two characteristics of God does Paul mention in 11:22?

17. What special promise did God give to Israel?  (11:26-27)

18. What does God really want to bestow upon all humans?  (11:32)

19. Who does God show favoritism toward?  (Acts 10:34-35)

20. Who will receive God’s gift of salvation through Jesus?  (Acts 10:43)

Maxim of the Moment

The height of your accomplishment will equal the depth of your convictions. - William Scolavi