For the Jew, salvation meant being physically delivered from their enemies during a time called “Jacob’s trouble” (i.e. the seven-year tribulation period) and being delivered INTO their promised kingdom. What we learn from Paul this morning is that the Jew must possess a righteousness equal to God’s righteousness to experience salvation into their kingdom. They must obtain this righteousness from God through the gospel or they will not enter or be “saved” into their kingdom. Join us as Paul develops his argument for his beloved countrymen.