"Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for [Israel] is for their salvation” (Romans 10:1). Why a commentary on only three chapters of the book of Romans, and what is so important about this part of the Scripture? The Heart of the Apostle shows that Romans 9 through 11 may be the most important chapters in all Scripture for understanding the heart of Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles, as it pertained to Israel, his "brethren according to the flesh." By Richard E. Freeman, DMin, Vice President of Church Ministries and Conferences for Chosen People Ministries.
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