Romans Chapter 9
1Paul professeth an unfeigned sorrow for the Jewish nation: 6but proveth by instances from scripture that the promise of Abraham did not necessarily include all his descendants: 14asserting that there is no unrighteousness in God's bestowing his unmerited bounty on whom he pleaseth: 19and that he was unquestionably free to suspend his judgments, where deserved, either for the more signal display of his power in taking vengeance on some, or of his mercy in calling others to glory. 25The calling of the Gentiles, and rejection of the Jews, foretold. 30Accordingly the Gentiles have attained the righteousness of faith, which the Jews refused. 32The cause of such refusal.