THANKS FOR THE SUMMARY!!
Here are my "blindspots"...
So... As the Lord chose Abram, and then the whole nation of Israel, is it to have them as a sign that He exists and that the world will may continue to know and believe about the promise that He made in Genesis 3, that there will be a Messiah.
However, the whole Israel rebelled and instead of using them to lead the Gentiles to Him, they put His name in vain by going to other gods and doing abominations.
But God showed His faithfulness in the covenant that He made with Israel so, He did not leave them but called them all to repentance.
And when the time has been fulfilled, a Son was given, Jesus was born, died for our sins.
Israel refuses to accept their Messiah.
So, if the Lord's ultimate goal is to lead the world to Him and to make all men know about His salvation,
if Israel refuses to do that Task and refuses to believe the Messiah themselves, how can they even persuade all the world about His salvation if the "Hired labourers" refuses to believe the GOOD NEWS that they will be proclaiming to the ends of the earth?
So, the Lord goes to the Gentiles to proclaim His everlasting Salvation.
But, since the Lord is faithful, He will not stop caring for Israel, for He will not cast off forever and deal with the nation of Israel when the time comes.
This is how I get it... I think something is missing and something may not be right,..