1. How do you understand the concept of being “grafted in”?
  2. What does it mean to you that you are grafted in?
  3. If you are a Jewish believer, are you grafted in?
  4. What constitutes the remnant?  Outline God’s depiction of the remnant.
  5. Connect the dots between the remnant and the concept of being grafted back in?
  6. What is the difference between the remnant and the grafted in?
  7. What do you understand now about being grafted in or being grafted back in that you did not understand before?
  8. What does it mean that the natural branches were broken off? Why were they broken off?
  9. Are you a natural branch, or are you a wild olive branch?
  10. How do you feel about being a wild olive branch grafted into a foreign tree? What is that like for you?
  11. What is meant by: “. .  concerning chosenness, they are loved on account of the fathers — for the gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable” (Rom.11:28,29)?
  12. In the quote from Eph.2:16-19: (a) What/who was put to death? (b) Who is referred to as “saints”? © What are the main points (6) to be gleaned from this set of passages?
  13. What is meant by the following set of passages? “For just as you once were disobedient to God but now have been shown mercy because of their disobedience, in like manner these also have now been disobedient with the result that, because of the mercy shown to you, they also may receive mercy. For God has shut up all in disobedience, so that He might show mercy to all” (Rom.11:30-32).

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