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19-Jun-2020 14:37

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Jesus was angry that there was no fruit on the tree. So please let me know where you got this interpretation from.

He did not bring his disciples to the tree for a lesson. Now, secondly, the last time I checked Israel was still alive and well and not withered. That is beside the point, I would like to go back to my original point. Please take the time and explain yourself a little more so that I can understand your point of view. In the NT there's a running theme that the Jews have rejected Jesus and therefore have nullified their covenant with God. The Crucifixion, for example, is blamed on the Jews even though the deed was done by Rome.

In this our Lord taught a greatlesson to all ages at a small expense.

The withering of atree has been the quickening of many a soul; and if it hadnot been so, it was no loss to any that a tree should witherwhen it had proved itself barren.

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A great teacher may do farmore than destroy a tree, if he can thereby givedemonstrations of truth, and scatter seeds of virtue. He did not know the tree was bare of fruit, apparently. The verse said he was HUNGRY, that's why he went to the tree.

It isthe veriest idleness of criticism to find fault with our Lord Jesus for a piece of fine poetic instruction, forwhich, had it been spoken by any other teacher, the mostlavish praise would have been awarded by these very critics..."^ hmmm, sounds like typical Christian attitude. not showing a lesson, in that he approached tree looking for food.

Jesus was hungry and took his anger out on a fig tree that did no wrong as I could see. By all definitions, this has to be a sin that Jesus committed. Our Lord saw that this was a fine object lesson forhim, and therefore he took his disciples to see if therewere figs as well as leaves.

He killed something for not bearing fruit even though it was the off season. When he found none, he bade thefig tree remain for ever fruitless, and immediately it beganto wither.

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.A great teacher may do farmore than destroy a tree, if he can thereby givedemonstrations of truth, and scatter seeds of virtue. He did not know the tree was bare of fruit, apparently. The verse said he was HUNGRY, that's why he went to the tree.It isthe veriest idleness of criticism to find fault with our Lord Jesus for a piece of fine poetic instruction, forwhich, had it been spoken by any other teacher, the mostlavish praise would have been awarded by these very critics..."^ hmmm, sounds like typical Christian attitude. not showing a lesson, in that he approached tree looking for food.Jesus was hungry and took his anger out on a fig tree that did no wrong as I could see. By all definitions, this has to be a sin that Jesus committed. Our Lord saw that this was a fine object lesson forhim, and therefore he took his disciples to see if therewere figs as well as leaves.He killed something for not bearing fruit even though it was the off season. When he found none, he bade thefig tree remain for ever fruitless, and immediately it beganto wither.Jesus destroyed a plant life (a life nevertheless) for simply being the way God created it to be. Our Lord would have used the fig tree toexcellent purpose had he ordered it to be used a fuel towarm cold hands, but he did better when he used it to warmcold hearts.