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And Jesus having answered, said to it, May none eat more fruit of thee forever. And his disciples heard.
From underneath, his roots shall be dried up, and from above, his harvest shall be cut off.
For the rejoicing of the unjust drawing near, and the gladness of the profane even for a moment
What to do more to my vineyard, and did I not in it? wherefore I waited for grapes to be made, and it will make wild grapes.
Also they were not planted: also they were not sown: also their stock took not root in the earth: and he also blew upon them and they will be dried up, and the storm will lift them up as straw.
And the sun having risen, it was parched up; and for the not having a root, it was dried up.
And having answered, he said, Every plant, which my heavenly Father has not planted, shall be rooted up.
And having seen one fig tree by the way, he came to it, and found nothing on it, except leaves only; and he says to it, Let no more fruit be from thee forever. And instantly the fig tree was dried up.
If any remain not in me, he was cast forth as the branch, and was dried up; and they gather them together, and cast into the fire, and they are burned.
And producing thorns and briers is rejected, after having been tried, and near cursing; whose end for destruction.
These are spots in your loves, feasting together fearlessly, taking care of themselves: clouds wanting water, carried about by winds; decayed trees, unfruitful, twice dead, uprooted;