Torrey's Topical TextbookJeremiah 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.Torrey's Topical Textbook
The Withered Fig Tree
... bear figs in winter; God has his saints who are filled with good works when ... When
he went up to that fig tree he had a right to expect fruit; because the ...
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The Barren Fig-Tree;
... name of Israel' (Isaiah 44:5). Barren fig-tree, hast thou ... God for Jesus Christ, for
his good word, for ... soul, secret longing after another world, fruit meet for ...
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On Earthly Things
... in the gospel: or make a good tree and its good fruit. ... this age; in the gospel, and
the fig tree was barren ... on, and in Habakkuk: the fig does not bear fruit. ...
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The Great Preparatives for the Saints' Rest.
... And because I know that this is no forbidden fruit, and withal that it is good for
food ... We see the fig-tree putteth forth leaves, and therefore know that ...
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Nothing but Leaves
... of this special case, in a fig tree fruit comes before ... unto himself a peculiar people,
zealous of good works." Why ... making of them to bring forth fruit that God ...
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The Fifth Season,
... the fig-tree should not blossom, neither fruit be in ... Bethany, he was hungry; and
seeing a fig-tree afar off ... fear the Lord shall not want any good thing." "The ...
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Letter vi. --For 334. Easter-Day, xii Pharmuthi, vii Id. April ...
... the Lord cursed them under the figure of the fig-tree. ... but [said], that no man should
eat fruit of it ... To a deceitful man there is nothing good  '), shall ...
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The Way to Honor
... of the Spirit of God, and who shall say they are not good? ... to go forward when we
know that "he that keepeth the fig tree shall eat the fruit thereof;" and ...
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Attributes of Selfishness.
... Can the fig-tree, my brethren, bear olive berries? ... For every tree is known by his
own fruit: for of ... of his heart, bringeth forth that which is good; and an ...
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Where to Find Fruit
... we spoke upon the withering of the fig tree which mocked ... let us look to Jesus Christ
for fruit in the ... None but Jesus can do helpless sinners good;" or helpless ...
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The Fig-Tree: (Barren) of Mere Professors of Religion
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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