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  • John 3:11
    What I’m about to tell you is true. We speak about what we know. We are witnesses about what we have seen. But still you people do not accept what we say.
  • John 15:15
    I do not call you slaves anymore. Slaves do not know their master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends. I have told you everything I learned from my Father.
  • John 1:11
    He came to what was his own. But his own people did not accept him.
  • John 8:26
    “ I have a lot to say that will judge you. But the one who sent me can be trusted. And I tell the world what I have heard from him.”
  • John 3:33
    Anyone who has accepted it has said,‘ Yes. God is truthful.’
  • Isaiah 50:2
    When I came to save you, why didn’t anyone welcome me? When I called out to you, why didn’t anyone answer me? Wasn’t I powerful enough to set you free? Wasn’t I strong enough to save you? I dry up the sea with a single command. I turn rivers into a desert. Then fish rot because they do not have any water. They die because they are thirsty.
  • John 3:26
    They came to John and here is what they said to him.“ Rabbi, that man who was with you on the other side of the Jordan River is baptizing people. He is the one you told us about. Everyone is going to him.”
  • Isaiah 53:1
    Who has believed what we’ve been saying? Who has seen the Lord’ s saving power?
  • John 5:20
    This is because the Father loves the Son. The Father shows him everything he does. Yes, and the Father will show the Son even greater works than these. And you will be amazed.
  • Romans 10:16-21
    But not all the people of Israel accepted the good news. Isaiah says,“ Lord, who has believed our message?”( Isaiah 53:1)So faith comes from hearing the message. And the message that is heard is the message about Christ.But I ask,“ Didn’t the people of Israel hear?” Of course they did. It is written,“ Their voice has gone out into the whole earth. Their words have gone out from one end of the world to the other.”( Psalm 19:4)Again I ask,“ Didn’t Israel understand?” First, Moses says,“ I will use people who are not a nation to make you jealous. I will use a nation that has no understanding to make you angry.”( Deuteronomy 32:21)Then Isaiah boldly speaks about what God says. God said,“ I was found by those who were not trying to find me. I made myself known to those who were not asking for me.”( Isaiah 65:1)But Isaiah also speaks about what God says concerning Israel. God said,“ All day long I have held out my hands. I have held them out to a stubborn people who do not obey me.”( Isaiah 65:2)
  • Romans 11:2-6
    God didn’t turn his back on his people. After all, he chose them. Don’t you know what Scripture says about Elijah? He complained to God about Israel.He said,“ Lord, they have killed your prophets. They have torn down your altars. I’m the only one left. And they are trying to kill me.”( 1 Kings 19:10, 14)How did God answer him? God said,“ I have kept 7,000 people for myself. They have not bowed down to Baal.”( 1 Kings 19:18)Some are also faithful today. They have been chosen by God’s grace.And if they are chosen by grace, then they can’t work for it. If that were true, grace wouldn’t be grace anymore.