... good olive-tree. Now these can bring forth nothing but wild olive-berries;
they cannot bring forth fruit unto God. Such are all ...
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... illustration which follows: "Doth a fountain send forth at the same place, sweet
water and bitter?" "Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries, or a ...
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James iii. 9-12
... Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter? Can. the
fig-tree, my brethren, bear olive berries, either a vine figs? ...
/.../neander/the epistle of james practically explained/james iii 12-sep.htm
... thing by His Omnipotence, namely, that the wild olive should be graffed into the
root of the olive, and should not bear wild berries, but olive"ascribing it ...
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At the Feast of Tabernacles
... been gathered. The olive berries had been picked, and the precious oil stored
in bottles. The palm had yielded her store. The purple ...
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Let us Therefore Examine Carefully the Real Significance of that ...
... juice? Is foul blood pressed forth from the olive berries, and is oil no
longer supplied to the lamp, now extinguished? Have animals ...
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November 19 Morning
... bitter? Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries? either a vine,
figs? so can no fountain both yield salt water and fresh. ...
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... Doth a fountain send forth at the same time sweet water and bitter? Can the
fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries? either a vine figs? ...
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On the Sunday Called "Episozomenes," to those who had Come to ...
... tree."  And again, of the city itself: "As olive berries on the extremity
of the highest bough, and they shall say, Do them no harm."  Nevertheless ...
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Faustus Insists that Jesus Might have Died Though not Born, by the ...
... human experience of the course of nature; as that a wild olive engrafted in a good
olive should bring forth the fatness of the olive instead of wild berries. ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaOlive Berries
See OLIVE TREE.
Olive of Prosperity
Olive: Bears Flowers
Olive: Branch of, Brought by the Dove to Noah's Ark
Olive: Branches of, Used for Booths (Huts)
Olive: Common to the Land of Canaan
Olive: Fable of
Olive: Fruit of Oil Extracted From, Used As Illuminating Oil in the Tabernacle
Olive: Israelites Commanded to Cultivate in the Land of Promise
Olive: Precepts Concerning Gleaning the Fruit of
Olive: The Cherubs Made of the Wood of
Olive: The Wild, a Figure of the Gentiles; the Cultivated, of the Jews
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