Parables. (xiii, xviii-xx, xxxv. )
... parables, for instance that of the fig-tree found fruitless ... have denied these verses
to Jeremiah and taken ... of a later hand and without relevance to the parable. ...
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Oracles on the Edge of Doom. (vii. 16-xviii Passim, xxii, Xlv. )
... And never a fig on the fig-tree, Withered the ... But the next lines are in Jeremiah's
favourite metre and ... His Patience which the Parable of the Potter illustrated ...
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The Figurative Language of Scripture.
... consumed them" (1 Kings 22:11); the true prophet Jeremiah wore a ... It may be introduced
in the absolute form, like the parable of the barren fig-tree (Luke 13 ...
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Nave's Topical IndexJeremiah 24:2,3
One basket had very good figs, even like the figs that are first ripe: and the other basket had very naughty figs, which could not be eaten, they were so bad.Nave's Topical Index
Fig Tree Fig
Fig Tree in an Allegory
Fig Tree: Barren, Parable of
Fig Tree: Figurative
Fig Tree: Jeremiah's Parable of
Fig: Aprons Made of Fig Leaves, by Adam and Eve
Fig: Cakes of, Sent by Abigail to David
Fig: Common to Palestine
Fig: Dried and Preserved
Fig: Employed As a Remedy
Fig: To Egypt
Fig: Traffic In
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