Romans 11:25/ Genesis 48;19/ Melo hagoyim
Romans 11:25 For I would not, Yisraelite brothers, that you should be ignorant of this mysterious secret, lest you should be wise in your own pride and conceit; that partial blindness has happened to Yisrael,(1)
until the fullness of the nations–the melo hagoyim–comes in.(2,3)
26 And so kol Yisrael(4) shall be saved:(5) as it is written, There shall come out of Tzion the Deliverer, and shall turn away wickedness from Yaakov:
1 If we let Scripture interpret Scripture, then Isaiah 8:14 speaks of both houses as being blind. Judah is blind as to who is their Moshiach. Efrayim is blind as to who they are as the other house of Yisrael, and to the relevancy of Torah in their lives, seeing it through a dark glass as a strange Jewish thing, rather than as their own marriage certificate and heritage. Traditionally these verses have been taught to mean that some Jews see and believe, and some just don’t. That meaning is seen as fallacious, when one understands that the olive tree is not strictly Jewish, and that both houses are said to be blind, which is why the terminology “partial blindness” is used to indicate that all twelve tribes are blind in differing areas.
2 The only other time this term is used in Scripture is in Genesis 48:19. Jacob laid his hands on Efrayim his grandson and said that his seed would literally become the “fullness of the nations,” or the melo-hagoyim. The mystery of the olive tree is not that some day gentiles will be part of Yisrael. That was never a mystery as all of the First Covenant spoke of the gentiles seeing the light of YHWH and Torah. The mystery of the olive tree is the identity of those who are not Jewish coming out of the nations into Moshiach. So this partial blindness on both houses according to Paul will come to an end only when the “fullness of the gentiles” comes in. The Hebraic idiom is a reference to the seed of the ten tribes collectively known as Efrayim-Yisrael. When the remnant of all ten tribes comes in, then Yisrael’s blinders will be lifted and the kingdom will begin
3 For more details, also see notes on Genesis 48:19.
4 All 12 tribes, not every Yisraelite.
5 When the melo-hagoyim/ fullness of the gentiles comes in.
Genesis 48:19 And his abba refused, and said, I know it, my son, I know it:(6) he also shall become a people,(7)and he also shall be great: but truly his younger brother shall be greater than him, and his zera shall become the fullness of the gentile
nations – melo ha-goyim.(8)
20 And he blessed them that day,(9) saying, In you shall Yisrael bless, saying, Elohim make you as Efrayim and as Menashsheh:(10)and he set Efrayim before Menashsheh
6 Jacob knew what he was doing in the Spirit. Do you?
7 Could this be a specific nation?
8 Melo ha-goyim, or the “fullness of the gentiles.” Efrayim’s seed later collected in the ten tribes of the northern kingdom would produce the “fullness of the gentiles.” This is a marvelous revelation that most so-called gentiles are in fact Yisrael’s physical children. Of course, they still need blood-atonement-salvation to become true redeemed remnant Yisrael. Paul confirms this clear understanding in Romans 11:25-26, when he speaks of the “fullness of the gentiles” as those who will come in as believing returning Yisrael in the last of the last days.
9 He sealed the revelation through prayer and the laying on of hands, a Yisraelite custom.
10 This sealing of Yisrael’s non-Jewish peoples is still found in the Jewish Daily Prayer book the siddur.
So, because of these match we can see several special facts.
Out of Efrayim didn’t come goyim and never goyim shall inheritance the Kingdom
They were called goyim because of their punishment and divorcement,Lo-Ammi until certain time.
It is a remnant who shall come in, remnant because of forerunners, not because of special talents of themselves.
And when the melo hagoyim shall comes in all of Yisrael, yes not only one tribe or two, all of Yisrael shall see and be saved like verse 26 described.
So we know for sure, when people from our relatives don’t see what we do…we know they didn’t receive that revelation we already received for a certain raison, YHWH knows.
And yes, there are rebellions, like we all were,please read our history, but for the most, YHWH has chosen forerunners and after they have come to a certain point in a certain time, all Yisrael shall be saved.
Let us proof all things and be prepared!
(Translation Scriptures RSTNE)