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  • John 3:11
    I assure you, we tell you what we know and have seen, and yet you won’t believe our testimony.
  • John 15:15
    I no longer call you slaves, because a master doesn’t confide in his slaves. Now you are my friends, since I have told you everything the Father told me.
  • John 1:11
    He came to his own people, and even they rejected him.
  • John 8:26
    I have much to say about you and much to condemn, but I won’t. For I say only what I have heard from the one who sent me, and he is completely truthful.”
  • John 3:33
    Anyone who accepts his testimony can affirm that God is true.
  • Isaiah 50:2
    Why was no one there when I came? Why didn’t anyone answer when I called? Is it because I have no power to rescue? No, that is not the reason! For I can speak to the sea and make it dry up! I can turn rivers into deserts covered with dying fish.
  • John 3:26
    So John’s disciples came to him and said,“ Rabbi, the man you met on the other side of the Jordan River, the one you identified as the Messiah, is also baptizing people. And everybody is going to him instead of coming to us.”
  • Isaiah 53:1
    Who has believed our message? To whom has the Lord revealed his powerful arm?
  • John 5:20
    For the Father loves the Son and shows him everything he is doing. In fact, the Father will show him how to do even greater works than healing this man. Then you will truly be astonished.
  • Romans 10:16-21
    But not everyone welcomes the Good News, for Isaiah the prophet said,“ Lord, who has believed our message?”So faith comes from hearing, that is, hearing the Good News about Christ.But I ask, have the people of Israel actually heard the message? Yes, they have:“ The message has gone throughout the earth, and the words to all the world.”But I ask, did the people of Israel really understand? Yes, they did, for even in the time of Moses, God said,“ I will rouse your jealousy through people who are not even a nation. I will provoke your anger through the foolish Gentiles.”And later Isaiah spoke boldly for God, saying,“ I was found by people who were not looking for me. I showed myself to those who were not asking for me.”But regarding Israel, God said,“ All day long I opened my arms to them, but they were disobedient and rebellious.”
  • Romans 11:2-6
    No, God has not rejected his own people, whom he chose from the very beginning. Do you realize what the Scriptures say about this? Elijah the prophet complained to God about the people of Israel and said,“ Lord, they have killed your prophets and torn down your altars. I am the only one left, and now they are trying to kill me, too.”And do you remember God’s reply? He said,“ No, I have 7,000 others who have never bowed down to Baal!”It is the same today, for a few of the people of Israel have remained faithful because of God’s grace— his undeserved kindness in choosing them.And since it is through God’s kindness, then it is not by their good works. For in that case, God’s grace would not be what it really is— free and undeserved.