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May Jesus Christ be Praised - Part 4

THE PROMISE OF PRAISE      Romans 11:25-36             Download this Bible Study


** What was the significant role which Israel played in our personal salvation?

Because of their unbelief, the gospel came to the Gentile world! cf. Romans 11:11

** Understanding our great "Privilege" to be included among those who "Praise" the Lord Jesus Christ for their salvation, how has the continuity of your faith grown this past week?

Remember that Jesus said in the gospel of John, chapter 8 and verse 31, "If you abide in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine; and you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free". We need to continue to fight the battle of Staying in the Word and out of the world!


** Up until now we have seen the "Profession of Praise", which is our own confession that Jesus is Lord and that God raised Him from the dead; the "Proclamation of Praise", which was our duty to spread the good news to the world; and the "Privilege of Praise", which was our joy to receive the gospel, made available to us by Israel's national rejection of their Messiah. Today, we are going to learn "The Promise of Praise". What promise does God's word make, which is the very foundation of our praise to Him?

Please open your Bibles to Romans 11:25-36 and we will learn it together.

Read Passage (V. 25-27) (V. 28-32) (V. 33-36)

Opening Prayer

The Promise of Praise


V.25 ** Do you recall the warnings that Paul had given to the Gentiles, in the previous passage from last week's study?

V.18 "...do not be arrogant toward the branches..."
V.20 "Do not be conceited, but fear..."
V.21 "...for if God did not spare the natural branches[who did not believe], neither will He spare you [if you do not truly believe]."

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