Bible students understand that Jesus has a plan for the Gentiles and a plan for the Jews, and the two are intertwined. It is through Abraham, Father of the Jews, that Jesus came to die for our sins. Even Gentiles may enter into salvation, as a branch grafted into the Olive tree. For believers, we look to the rapture when Jesus will draw us out of this earthly existence to meet Him in the air. (1 Thessalonians 4:16-17, 1 Corinthians 15:51)
Likewise, God has called us (believers) to provoke the Jews to jealousy…to cause them to desire what we have: their Messiah. (Romans 11)
From the beginning, God designed Israel and the church to be His witnesses. While the Bible teaches that a veil covers the eyes of Jewish people (in general), we can rest assured God will grant them salvation when they invite Jesus to return. Believers look to the rapture, Jews look to the Second Coming. Unfortunately, Jesus’ Second Coming doesn’t occur until after the tribulation, when their eyes will be open and all Israel will be saved! (Romans 11:26) Having gone through the tribulation, they will be ready to invite Him back as their Messiah!
See the short video clip below of a Messianic Jew, passionate for his people! Enjoy!