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11:1I say, then, Did God cast away His people? let it not be! for I also am an Israelite, of the seed of Abraham, of the tribe of Benjamin:
11:2God did not cast away His people whom He knew before; have you not known -- in Elijah -- what the Writing says? how he does plead with God concerning Israel, saying,
11:3'Lord, Your prophets they did kill, and Your altars they dug down, and I was left alone, and they seek my life;'
11:4but what says the divine answer to him? 'I left to Myself seven thousand men, who did not bow a knee to Baal.'
11:5So then also in the present time a remnant according to the choice of grace there has been;
11:6and if by grace, no more of works, otherwise the grace becomes no more grace; and if of works, it is no more grace, otherwise the work is no more work.
11:7What then? What Israel does seek after, this it did not obtain, and the chosen did obtain, and the rest were hardened,
11:8according as it has been written, 'God gave to them a spirit of deep sleep, eyes not to see, and ears not to hear,' -- unto this very day,
11:9and David says, 'Let their table become for a snare, and for a trap, and for a stumbling-block, and for a recompense to them;
11:10let their eyes be darkened -- not to behold, and their back do You always bow down.'
11:11I say, then, Did they stumble that they might fall? let it not be! but by their fall the salvation is to the nations, to arouse them to jealousy;
11:12and if the fall of them is the riches of a world, and the diminution of them the riches of nations, how much more the fulness of them?
11:13For to you I speak -- to the nations -- inasmuch as I am indeed an apostle of nations, my ministration I do glorify;
11:14if by any means I shall arouse to jealousy mine own flesh, and shall save some of them,
11:15for if the casting away of them is a reconciliation of the world, what the reception -- if not life out of the dead?
11:16and if the first-fruit is holy, the lump also; and if the root is holy, the branches also.
11:17And if certain of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild olive tree, wast graffed in among them, and a fellow-partaker of the root and of the fatness of the olive tree did become --
11:18do not boast against the branches; and if you do boast, you do not bear the root, but the root you!
11:19You will say, then, 'The branches were broken off, that I might be graffed in;' right!
11:20by unbelief they were broken off, and you have stood by faith; be not high-minded, but be fearing;
11:21for if God the natural branches did not spare -- lest perhaps He also shall not spare you.
11:22Lo, then, goodness and severity of God -- upon those indeed who fell, severity; and upon you, goodness, if you may remain in the goodness, otherwise, you also shall be cut off.
11:23And those also, if they may not remain in unbelief, shall be graffed in, for God is able again to graff them in;
11:24for if you, out of the olive tree, wild by nature, wast cut out, and, contrary to nature, wast graffed into a good olive tree, how much rather shall they, who are according to nature, be graffed into their own olive tree?
11:25For I do not wish you to be ignorant, brethren, of this secret -- that you may not be wise in your own conceits -- that hardness in part to Israel has happened till the fulness of the nations may come in;
11:26and so all Israel shall be saved, according as it has been written, 'There shall come forth out of Sion he who is delivering, and he shall turn away impiety from Jacob,
11:27and this to them is the covenant from Me, when I may take away their sins.'
11:28As regards, indeed, the good tidings, they are enemies on your account; and as regards the choice -- beloved on account of the fathers;
11:29for unrepented of are the gifts and the calling of God;
11:30for as you also once did not believe in God, and now did find kindness by the unbelief of these:
11:31so also these now did not believe, that in your kindness they also may find kindness;
11:32for God did shut up together the whole to unbelief, that to the whole He might do kindness.
11:33O depth of riches, and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable His judgments, and untraceable His ways!
11:34For who did know the mind of the Lord? or who did become His counsellor?
11:35or who did first give to Him, and it shall be given back to him again?
11:36because of Him, and through Him, and to Him are the all things; to Him is the glory -- to the ages. Amen.
Revised Young's Literal Translation

Revised Young's Literal Translation

The Revised Young's Literal Translation (RYLT) is a project by students at the Auburn University of Alabama. The RYLT is a modern English update of Young's Literal Translation (YLT). RYLT is an attempt to update the YLT's language to make it easier to understand. Although the RYLT is labelled as a work in progress and is public domain. As of October 2000, only the NT is available.