Romans 11:20- That is true. They were broken off because of their unbelief, but you stand fast through faith. So do not become proud, but fear.
Paul is writing to the church in Rome and discussing how God is working with both the Israelites and gentiles.
Many Jews follow the law and don’t believe Jesus is Messiah. This allows gentile branches to be grafted in by faith in Jesus. A believer must remain humble and fear God, not receiving his grace in arrogance to others.
Paul’s words of warning to the 1st century church in Rome are equally applicable today. I was saved by the grace of God. Through my belief in the name of Jesus I have the right to be grafted in as a child of God. There is no work I have done or nor anything that I deserve. Therefore, I have no reason to act in pride towards anyone or group. I need to fear God not others and as such seek to explain the reason for our hope in Jesus to those who are blinded whoever they are for whatever reason.
Thank you the truth in your word and your grace in sending Jesus. Let me fear you, love you and live to point others to you by my love.