Faustus Argues that if the Apostles Born under the Old Covenant ...
... But the apostle himself says that the Jews, who would not believe in Christ, were
branches broken off, and that the Gentiles, a wild olive tree, were grafted ...
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On the Words of the Gospel, Matt. xv. 21,"Jesus Went Out Thence ...
... olive is grafted into that olive tree. The wild olive tree is the people
of the Gentiles. So says the Apostle, "that the wild olive ...
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Salvation to the Jews
... have been broken off. He compares the Gentiles to branches from a wild
olive tree, grafted into the parent stock. "If some of the ...
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John Chapter xix. 17-22.
... wherein it was written, "King of the Jews," if Christ is king also of the Gentiles?
For this reason, because it was the wild olive tree that was made partaker ...
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It is in the Power of Evil Men to Sin; but to do this or that by ...
... promised; because "the promises were made to Abraham and his seed,"  whence
also in that olive-tree is grafted the wild olive-tree of the Gentiles. ...
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How the Passage of the Law Agrees with that of the Prophet.
... which he says had been made of the wild olive, belong to the self-same olive-tree,
 "in ... it is by faith that God justifies the Gentiles; and the ...
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Different Degrees of Knowledge.
... good and mild knowledge, like the wild olive, engrafted ... supplied, and becomes a fair
and good olive tree. ... plain people belonging to the Gentiles, who receive ...
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Rom. xi. 7
... "And thou being a wild olive wert ... For the less esteem the man of the Gentiles is
of, the more ... them partakest of the root and fatness of the olive tree." And he ...
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Fundamental Oneness of the Dispensations.
... off that the wild olive might be grafted in, are themselves in consequence grafted
into their own olive tree. Through God's mercy to the Gentiles, Israel also ...
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The Sins of the Men of Old Time, which Incurred the Displeasure of ...
... For as these men did not impute unto us (the Gentiles) our transgressions, which
we ... He also spare not thee, who, when thou wert a wild olive tree, wert grafted ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookRomans 11:17,24
And if some of the branches be broken off, and you, being a wild olive tree, were grafted in among them, and with them partake of the root and fatness of the olive tree;Torrey's Topical Textbook
The Olive-Tree of Children of Pious Parents
The Olive-Tree of Christ
The Olive-Tree of the Jewish Church
The Olive-Tree of the Righteous
The Olive-Tree of the Two Witnesses
The Olive-Tree used for Making: Booths at Feast of Tabernacles
The Olive-Tree used for Making: The Cherubim in the Temple
The Olive-Tree used for Making: The Doors and Posts of the Temple
The Olive-Tree: (Gleaning of) of the Remnant of Grace
The Olive-Tree: (When Wild) the Gentiles
The Olive-Tree: Assyria Abounded In
The Olive-Tree: Bearing Goodly Fruit
The Olive-Tree: Beaten to Remove the Fruit
The Olive-Tree: Canaan Abounded In
The Olive-Tree: Cultivated in Olive Yards
The Olive-Tree: Cultivated: Among Rocks
The Olive-Tree: Cultivated: On the Sides of Mountains
The Olive-Tree: Failure of, a Great Calamity
The Olive-Tree: Fair and Beautiful
The Olive-Tree: Fat and Unctuous
The Olive-Tree: Fruit of, During Sabbatical Year Left for the Poor
The Olive-Tree: Gleaning of, Left for the Poor
The Olive-Tree: Good for the Service of God and Man
The Olive-Tree: Grafting of, Alluded To
The Olive-Tree: Green
The Olive-Tree: Kings of Israel Largely Cultivated
The Olive-Tree: Often Cast Its Flowers
The Olive-Tree: Often Cast Its Fruit
The Olive-Tree: Often Grew Wild
The Olive-Tree: Often Suffered from Caterpillars
The Olive-Tree: Oil Procured From
The Olive-Tree: Probably Origin of Its Being the Emblem of Peace
The Olive-Tree: Pruning of, Alluded To
The Olive-Tree: Shaken when Fully Ripe
The Olive-Tree: The Fruit of, Trodden in Presses to Extract the Oil
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