The Olive-Tree: Often Cast Its Flowers
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The Dew and the Plants
... spread, and his beauty shall be as the olive-tree ...'"Hosea 14:5 ... "He shall cast
forth his ... is nothing admirable in mere force; there is often something sickly ...
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The Germination of the Earth.
... growth of seed, "as if a man should cast seed into ... That we must often borrow, even
from those who are ... water become wine in the vine, and oil in the olive tree? ...
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Israel Returning
... and His beauty shall be as the olive-tree, and His ... Judgments often make men cling
more closely to their sins, but forgiving mercy makes them 'cast off the ...
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The Unchangeableness of God
... does not die, yet its beauty and activity often wither ... When the fig-tree and
olive-tree failed, God did not fail ... God seems to cast off the soul in desertion, ...
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False Profession.
... olive-tree, nor ever yet planted into the good olive-tree. ... but leaves thereon, then
he begins to cast in his ... them that are sent unto thee, how often would I ...
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Christ Crucified
... Cast it from you, I beseech you; it is not worth ... Like gleanings of an olive tree
they show ... Often gloomy doubts will prevail; there are seasons when you fear you ...
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Panegyric on his Brother S. C├Žsarius.
... father [2935] was well grafted out of the wild olive tree into the ... heavenly, such
as in my dreams I have often beheld thee ... Are we not to cast away visible things ...
/.../cyril/lectures of s cyril of jerusalem/oration vii panegyric on his.htm

The Barren Fig-Tree;
... the Father; by which similitude he is often set out ... olive-tree, nor never yet planted
into the good olive-tree. ... that rebellious Israel might not be cast out of ...
/.../bunyan/the works of john bunyan volumes 1-3/the barren fig-tree.htm

Luke.
... and that he was crucified on an olive-tree at Elaea ... from the Saviour of mankind,
but are so often counterfeited by ... to him out of whom he had cast seven devils ...
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The Resurrection
... Noah's olive-tree springing after the flood, was a lively emblem ... In this life there
is often a defect of members ... I beheld till the thrones were cast down, and ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Job 15:33
He shall shake off his unripe grape as the vine, and shall cast off his flower as the olive.
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Subtopics

Olive-tree

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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