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  • Because Scripture says: Abraham believed God who took into account and held him to be a just man. (Romans 4, 3)

  • Is this blessing only for the circumcised or is it also for the uncircumcised? We have just said that, because of his faith, Abraham was made a just man, (Romans 4, 9)

  • but when did this happen? After Abraham was circumcised, or before? Not after, but before. (Romans 4, 10)

  • And he was to be the father of the Jews, provided that besides being circumcised, they also imitate the faith Abraham showed before being circumcised. (Romans 4, 12)

  • If God promised Abraham, or rather his descendant, that the world would belong to him, this was not because of his obeying the Law, but because he was just and a friend of God through faith. (Romans 4, 13)

  • For that reason, faith is the way and all is given by grace; and the promises of Abraham are fulfilled for all his descendants, not only for his children according to the Law, but also for all the others who have believed. Abraham is the father of all of us, (Romans 4, 16)

  • Abraham believed and hoped against all expectation, thus becoming father of many nations, as he had been told: See how many will be your descendants. (Romans 4, 18)

  • And not because they are of the race of Abraham are they all his children, for it was said to him: The children of Isaac will be called your descendants. (Romans 9, 7)

  • This means that the children of God are not identified with the race of Abraham, but only with the children born to him because of the promise of God. (Romans 9, 8)

  • And so I ask: Has God rejected his people? Of course not. I myself am an Israelite, a descendant of Abraham, from the tribe of Benjamin. (Romans 11, 1)

  • Are they Hebrews? So am I. Are they Israelites? So am I. Are they descendants of Abraham? So am I. (2 Corinthians 11, 22)

  • Remember Abraham: he believed God and because of this was held to be a just man. (Galatians 3, 6)

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