Q. I’ve heard it taught before, that at Judgment, the Jewish people will have a second chance to receive Christ as savior and Lord since they are the chosen people of God, and because the veil will have been lifted and the scales will have been removed from their eyes at the end so they can see the truth of Jesus and He being the true son of the most high God, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Is this true ? If so, which scripture gives such reference so I can make note of this and share with my other brothers and sisters in the Body of Christ, Jew and gentile.
A. The opportunity for Israel to accept Jesus as their Messiah is described in Zechariah 12:10-14. It will take place just before the end of the Great Tribulation, and will result in a national time of mourning and repentance.
I don’t know of any “second chance” available to Jewish people who have died. They are like the Gentiles in that both are destined to die once and after that to face judgment (Hebr. 9:27).