Summary: Are you availing yourself to the wisdom that God makes available to all? We all have the ability, let us view God’s word and thoughts on this.
God’s Wisdom is Available
The story is told that after Helen Keller’s teacher, Anne Sullivan, had given her the names of physical objects in sign language, Miss Sullivan attempted to explain God and tapped out the symbols for the name "God." Much to Miss Sullivan’s surprise, Helen spelled back, "Thank you for telling me God’s name, Teacher, for he has touched me many times before." Helen Keller knew something of God’s signature from nature, but it was wordless. Source Unknown.
We all have the understanding of God, will you come to accept and understand HIS revelations in and for your life and all mankind?
 For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in.  And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob: Romans 11:25-26
God’s great revelation about Israel is now made known.
The word “mystery” in the Bible is not used as most use the word, as something mysterious or difficult to understand. A Biblical mystery means that...
·something that was unknown is now revealed.
·something that was hidden is now made known.
·something that was a secret is now told.
God reveals to all who will hear: that we not be ignorant of Israel’s future, and that we not be wise in our own conceit. We Gentiles need be careful that we do not…
Þ become guilty of looking down upon Israel. You see we face the danger of becoming puffed up, thinking that we are more acceptable to God because of our relationship with Jesus, becoming prideful and arrogant.
Þ begin to think that our individual idea of Israel’s destiny is correct and that we might have a full understanding of the truth. The danger of becoming “wise in [our] own conceits.”
Israel’s blindness is only partial, only “in part.”
Some Israelites followed Christ in His day and throughout the centuries.
There have always been and will be some Israelites who believe. Israel’s blindness is only partial.
Israel’s blindness is only temporary.
Only “until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in.”
Now what does this event mean? The fulness of the Gentiles can mean...
·a certain number of Gentile converts are to be saved, to fill up the “cut off branches of Israel” (Romans 11:17-21).
·the end of the Gentile age, a time when the emphasis of salvation will no longer be upon the Gentiles, but upon the Jews.
·the end of the Gentile age, a time when God will rapture the church (all believers) and cause a revival among the Jews who will then become the primary witnesses for Him.
The blindness of Israel will be removed.
“All Israel shall be saved.”
Þ Israel’s blindness is only temporary.
Þ The restoration of Israel is a surety.
Þ Israel shall experience a revival.
Þ Israel shall turn to God’s Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.
God offers HOPE to every person.
1)A person’s blindness to Jesus is only partial. If we live, we can turn to Christ.