Chapter 11

vv. 1-5:
has not universally nor finally rejected Israel; nor are they all at present rejecters of the Gospel, for there is a remnant of true believers now, as there was in the days of the Prophet Elijah.

v. 6:
These have embraced the Gospel, and are saved by grace, and not by the works of the Law. The body of the Israelites, having rejected this, are blinded,

vv. 7-10:
According to the prophetic declaration of David.

vv. 11-14:
But they have not stumbled, so as to be finally rejected; but through their fall, salvation is come to the Gentiles.

vv. 15-16:
There is hope of their restoration, and that the nation shall yet become a holy people.

 vv. 17-20:
The converted Gentiles must not exult over the fallen Jews; the latter having fallen by unbelief, the former stand by faith,

vv. 21-22:
The Jews, the natural branches, were broken off from the true olive, and the Gentiles having been grafted in, in their place, must walk uprightly, else they also shall be cut off.

vv. 23-27:
The Jews, if they abide not in unbelief, shall be again grafted in; and when the fullness of the Gentiles is come in, the great Deliverer shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob, according to the covenant of God.

vv. 28-29:
For the sake of their forefathers God loves them, and will again call them, and communicate His gifts to them.

vv. 30-32:
The Gospel shall He again send to them, as it has now been sent to the Gentiles.

vv. 33-36:
This procedure is according to the immensity of the wisdom, knowledge, and unsearchable judgments of God, Who is the Creator, Preserver, and Governor of all things, and to whom all   adoration is due.