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G-d desires Israel to turn back
Romans 10 – G-d Desires Israel to Turn Back Posted on March 2, 2009 by mattdabbs At the end of Romans 9, Paul writes about how some Gentiles have obtained righteousness by faith, while some Jews did not have faith in God that resulted in righteousness. Instead of building on Christ as the rock and chief cornerstone, they stumbled over him (Rom 9:30-33). As in the beginning of chapter 9, Paul begins chapter 10 with an appeal for his fellow Jews. His appeal is that they might be saved. Balancing Zeal and Knowledge (10:1-5): Paul lays out two things that are held in tension when it comes to approaching God. The first is zeal (10:2). He says his countrymen are very zealous. Not only that but they are very zealous for G-d. They were zealous for the law but in the end they failed to recognize Christ as the fulfillment of the law (10:4 – also read at goal, culmination or end of the law). Why did they miss it? They missed all that the law was supposed to lead up to because while they had zeal, they didn’t have the compliment that must walk hand in hand with zeal – knowledge. Paul says that they had unenlightened zeal (Rom 10:2 – NRSV). He says they were “ignorant of the righteousness that comes from G-d.” (10:3). Yet they had zeal…uninformed zeal…zeal for the wrong things…emphasis in the wrong place. In the end this kind of zeal dries up and whithers away because it is like zealously/feverishly building a house on a foundation of sand. They labored hard to build it but in the end it sinks and fails. We see these same things at work today and there is much we can learn from balancing zeal and knowledge. On one hand we see Christians today who have all kinds of zeal but their knowledge is weak. For instance, we can throw all kinds of service projects toward helping the homeless but if we don’t help impact their soul in the process we threw all that zeal into something good, yet temporary. On the other hand there are some Christians today who have all kinds of knowledge and yet lack zeal and enthusiasm. We have to have both. Knowledge without enthusiasm fails to recognize just how large an obstacle G-d has moved from our path to eternal life. When you recognize all G-d has done for us (knowledge) the natural result should be zeal. If you have zeal for God, it would make sense you would hunger to know more about him (knowledge). So ultimately the two need to go hand in hand. Either one without the other is problematic. But the bigger point in the first 5 verses of Romans 10 is that many of G-d’s people, Israel, had not put their faith in Christ and that no matter how zealously they followed the law, it was not enough. Superiority of a Righteousness by Faith (Romans 10:5-13): These verses have caused a whole lot of problems for people who read the New Testament without taking into consideration the context. What Paul is saying here is that first and foremost, righteousness by faith does not require us to do stupendous acts of faith to achieve…in fact it is only so far away as our as your heart and your lips. How is that? Because when you believe in your heart and confess with your lips Jesus is Lord, they show they have acknowledged Christ’s Messiahship, just as G-d had hoped they would. In other words, the law would have served its purpose to convince the them that Jesus is Lord. Paul is talking about the Jews here. He may even be referencing the Shema with the repeated references to the heart and the lips (10:6, 8, 9). This passage is often read through the lens of justifying what it takes to be saved. On the surface here it seems Paul boils it down to belief and confession, leaving out repetance and baptism. The problem with that is Paul’s point in this chapter is not to make a spiritual “how to” list of how to be saved. He is talking about Jews who need to have faith in G-d through Christ…but they have not believed Christ to be the Messiah and have therefore not confessed him as Lord. See this post for more on that. 10:13 – “For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” This has been a hard verse for those who try to maintain consistency from Paul on what it takes to be saved. It appears in Acts, Romans, Galatians and elsewhere the he believes baptism to be a part of that process but here he appears to be saying all you have to do is call on the Lord. Again, remember the context. Paul is encouraging non-Christian Jews to put their faith in who the Law had been pointing to all along – Jesus Christ. He is not making a list of all things pertaining to salvation. The problem in interpretation here is that people read this without considering the broader context of Romans 9-11, where Paul is talking about the problem of the part of Israel that has not responded or believe in Jesus as Lord. Once you read these verses through that lens, consistency is found and baptism is not rejected. It is just not the point Paul is trying to make right now. G-d Gave the Opport
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This is a picture as A buzz sailing (very Quickly) with it's Kite ( the red thing) set. Its awseome fun as you can tell by how much the bow is out of the water. A two person, single trapeze, A-symmetric 'skiff' (a bit slow to be a real skiff though) made by topper. Great fun in a breeze, not especially great design but awesome fun. and easy to sail. Ignore this bit unless you are from the '16 things...' group okay so I got 'tagged' what ever that means, so now I've got to come up with 16 random things about myself...how exciting... well i suppose i should do it because i feel it would be rude not to. here goes nothing: 1. My name is Matthew Gibbons. 2. I was born on Christmas Eve, 1991, which was a Tuesday if i remember correctly, which makes me 17 at this very moment. 3. I am an RYA (Royal Yachting Association) Qualified Dinghy Instructor.-the best job 4. I used to swim with East Lothian Swim Team, and Haddington Swimming club and if i say so myself, was pretty good: appeared twice at the Scottish Nationals. 5. I quit swimming to start up sailing seriously, I now sail an RS 800 (google it) which is awesome, still do swim abit when we capsize! 6. I hate all social networking sites like 'Bebo', 'My Face' and 'space book' as none of them have a purpose, unlike flickr :) 7. Okay I confess, I have got Bebo, but I hate it sooo much! 8. I love photography, though unfortunately only own my camera phone (Sony Ericsson K800i) 9. I can however borrow various camera's as my dad is a salesman for a company who sell camera's etc. 10. when I leave school i would like to become a doctor. 11. I am also about to apply to the RNLI to become a member on North Berwick's inshore lifeboat. (i have some picture of it here) 12. I don't like photo's which have been edited so they no longer resemble the original... cropping is fine though. 13. I hate having photos taken of myself... there are only two photos of my self that I like, and they are of me in North Berwick High School's production of 'Back to the 80's' 14. I love singing and stage acting ( but only acting in musicals... not plays) I am Sky Masterson in this year's production of 'Guys and Dolls at North Berwick High School. 15. I can play the guitar (not amazing though), piano and Saxophone. I am saving up for a curved soprano Sax- awesome! 16. I seem to use the word 'awesome' all the time when i am texting people or leaving comments, or on msn, but i don't like using it face to face! 17. I hate phone calls, they are so awkward, so i never call people, and don't like answering the phone! 18. Shona, This isn't half as hard as you made it out to be... 19. I love ceilidh's. If you have never been to one i feel really sorry for you and you should come to Scotland some time and come to a ceilidh. 20. Phantom of the Opera is the best musical ever! don't watch the film though, it is rubbish! and i recomend that you go and see it, right now!
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