Who are the people of Yah? Shaul/Paul understood that there was a seamless priestly garment that was a covering for all of Israel. One Messiah, One Covenant, One People. Yahuwah will prune and graft in, but will always be focused on the branches of Isreal, rooted in Yahusha.

Romans from a Torah Covenant Perspective
– Chapter 11 • Part 1 –

Matthew 15:24 I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

Chapter 11. details Israel’s current rebellious status and brings to light a related “gentile problem” that was rearing its ugly head in the congregation after the Edict of Claudius has ended, and Jews were returning to Rome to find the synagogue landscape transformed into a gentile/say believing 10 Israel one; no longer a unregenerate Jewish one.

Some gentiles/Ephraimites were tempted to believe that because most of the Jews had rejected the Gospel, יהוה had rejected them and replaced them with a new people, and a faith not patterned after the Torah.

Paul condemns this thought and in turn brings forth the revelation that was hidden from the Prophet Zechariah (Zechariah 4).

Romans 11:1 I say then, did יהוה cast away His people? By no means. For I also am a Yisraelite, of the seed of Avraham, of the tribe of Benyamin.
Romans 11:2 vuvh has not cast away His people whom He foreknew and chose beforehand. Don’t you know what the Scriptures says of Eliyahu? How he even pleads with vuvh against Yisrael, saying,
Romans 11:3 vuvh, they have killed Your neviim, and overthrown Your altars; and I am left alone, and they seek my chayim.

The majority of theologians draw the faulty conclusion that יהוה has abandoned Israel for a new gentile church, abandoned the OT for the NT and abandoned law for grace.

1 Samuel 12:22 For יהוה will not abandon His people on account of His great name, because יהוה has been pleased to make you a people for Himself.

Psalms 94.14 For יהוה will not abandon His people, nor nor will He forsake His inheritance (Israel YHWH’s inheritance – Psalms 78.71, Isaiah 19.25, Jeremiah 10.16).

Amos 3.2 You (Israel) only have I chosen among all the families of the earth, therefore I will punish you for all your iniquities.

Punishment by pruning the tree almost bare; devoid of branches – branches are often time symbolic of people in scripture.

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