The Fig-Tree: The Jews Punished by Failure of Fruit On
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Liii. Repentance Enjoined. Parable of the Barren Fig-Tree.
... therefore, must their guilt be who were punished at the ... to the national history of
the Jews, as some ... It simply means that a fig-tree's failure to bear fruit ...
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The Epistle of St. James
... members, labourers or tenants, perhaps in debt to wealthy pagans or Jews. ... and is
eager for him to be judged and punished and put ... 12 Can a fig tree, my brothers ...
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Dialogue iii. --The Impassible.
... forth its hands, and plucked the forbidden fruit. ... Orth."Then the disciples were punished
for the bad ... Saviour Himself when addressing the Jews; "Your Father ...
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Jeremiah 8:13
I will surely consume them, said the LORD: there shall be no grapes on the vine, nor figs on the fig tree, and the leaf shall fade; and the things that I have given them shall pass away from them.
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Haggai 2:19
Is the seed yet in the barn? yes, as yet the vine, and the fig tree, and the pomegranate, and the olive tree, has not brought forth: from this day will I bless you.
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The Fig-Tree: (Sitting Under One's Own) Prosperity and Peace

The Fig-Tree: A Species of, Produced Vile and Worthless Fruit

The Fig-Tree: Abounded in Canaan

The Fig-Tree: Abounded in Egypt

The Fig-Tree: Afforded a Thick Shade

The Fig-Tree: Failure of, a Great Calamity

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of (Bad) of Wicked Men

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of (First Ripe) of the Fathers of the Jewish Church

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of (Good) of Saints

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of (Untimely and Dropping) the Wicked Ripe for Judgment

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of Eaten Dried in Cakes

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of Eaten Fresh from the Tree

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of First Ripe Esteemed

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of Gathered and Kept in Baskets

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of of Good Works

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of Sent As Presents

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of Sold in the Markets

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of Used in the Miraculous Healing of Hezekiah

The Fig-Tree: Fruit of, Formed After Winter

The Fig-Tree: Leaves of, Put Forth, a Sign of the Approach of Summer

The Fig-Tree: Leaves of, Used by Adam for Covering

The Fig-Tree: Not Found in Desert Places

The Fig-Tree: Often Grew Wild

The Fig-Tree: Often Unfruitful

The Fig-Tree: Produces a Rich Sweet Fruit

The Fig-Tree: Propagated by the Jews

The Fig-Tree: Reasonableness of Expecting Fruit Upon, when Full of Leaves

The Fig-Tree: Required Cultivation

The Fig-Tree: Sometimes Planted in Vineyards

The Fig-Tree: The Jews Punished by Barking and Eating of, by Locusts

The Fig-Tree: The Jews Punished by Enemies Devouring Fruit of

The Fig-Tree: The Jews Punished by Failure of Fruit On

The Fig-Tree: The Jews Punished by God's Breaking Down

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