Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 15 September 2022 – Salvation To The Gentiles

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TOPIC: Salvation To The Gentiles

TEXT: Romans 11:11-24(NKJV)

Daily Fountain Devotional 15 September 2022 MESSAGE

It was not God’s desire that the hardened Jews, be lost. He did not predestine them to be hardened neither did He cause them to be hardened. God did not cause them to stumble so that they might fall; it was their choice. Howbeit, their hardening of heart did not endanger the salvation of the spiritual Israel, for the spiritual remnant accepted Jesus and continued on.

In fact, those who were the spiritual remnant of Israel were also Jews by heritage. It was this remnant that proclaimed the gospel to Israel. The good news that came out of the hardening of heart of Israel was that the gospel was speedily preached to the Gentiles (Acts 13:46-48; 18:6).

When the message of the grace of God came to them to deliver them from their own imagined fears and ceremonial religion, they eagerly accepted the freedom of the gospel. Their conversion sparked jealousy in the minds of those who thought they were more righteous than the Gentiles (Acts 10:19; Deut. 32:21; Acts 13:46).

As it stands now, do we preach the gospel to the unreached? The Lord has given us a task to reach out to everyone. You are saved to save others.

PRAYER: May God give us the grace to reach out to the unsaved and the zeal to stand on our faith.

Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 15 September 2022 Message. The Church of Nigeria is the Anglican church in Nigeria. It is the second-largest province in the Anglican Communion, as measured by baptized membership, after the Church of England.