“For God hath concluded them all in vnbeliefe, that he might haue mercy vpon all.”
1611 King James Version (KJV)
11:32 For God hath shut up all together in disobedience - Suffering each in their turn to revolt from him. First, God suffered the gentiles in the early age to revolt, and took the family of Abraham as a peculiar seed to himself. Afterwards he permitted them to fall through unbelief, and took in the believing gentiles. And he did even this to provoke the Jews to jealousy, and so bring them also in the end to faith. This was truly a mystery in the divine conduct, which the apostle adores with such holy astonishment.
Ro 11:32 For God hath concluded them all in unbelief. Hath included all under disobedience. First the Gentiles were disobedient, but now were called. Now the Jews were disobedient, but would finally be saved. That he may have mercy upon all. God would have mercy on all, both Jew and Gentile.