Romans ~ Pt 7b ~ A Renewed Covenant with the House of Judah and the House of Israel

n this teaching series in Romans, Eddie walks us through the book of Romans to reveal it in its Hebraic context teaching it with a Torah perspective.
In this session, Eddie takes us into Romans 9, 10, and 11.
Eddie gives us a background on the 10 tribes of the Northern kingdom (aka house of Joseph/Israel) and the 2 tribes of the Southern kingdom (aka house of Judah). Because both Northern and Southern kingdom played the harlot in the covenant marriage vows to Yahweh, He divorced them and they were “put out of the house of God”. That meant that both Northern and Southern kingdom were exiled from the land of Israel. Northern kingdom went into captivity in Assyria, while Southern kingdom went into captivity to Babylon.
The book of Hosea outlines for us the judgment on the Northern kingdom. We are told of the marriage between Hosea and Gomer. This marriage is prophetic of the relationship of the Northern kingdom and the relationship to their Bridegroom (Yeshua/Yahweh) and how they departed from the marriage vows, departed from the Torah, and played the harlot.
Hosea and Gomer have three children together and the names of the three children are prophetic of the judgments that Yahweh has on the Northern kingdom:
Jezreel: God will scatter
Lo Ruhamah: No mercy
Lo Ammi: You are not my people
Yet, there is hope, mercy, love and redemption for the Northern kingdom.

Yahweh promises in Hosea 1:10-11:
“Yet the number of the children of Israel
Shall be as the sand of the sea,
Which cannot be measured or numbered.
And it shall come to pass
In the place where it was said to them,
‘You are not My people,’
There it shall be said to them,
‘You are sons of the living God.’
The God of Israel also promises that He is going to gather and unite all12 tribes of Israel, reuniting Southern and Northern kingdom:
“Then the children of Judah and the children of Israel
Shall be gathered together,
And appoint for themselves one head;

And they shall come up out of the land,
For great will be the day of Jezreel!”
This is the background that we need to understand as we read and study Romans 9, 10, and 11.

Romans 9: 26 makes a direct reference to Hosea:
“And it shall come to pass in the place where it was said to them,
‘You are not My people,’
There they shall be called sons of the living God.”
Listen in as Eddie was us down the Romans road to bring clarity and insight!