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Bearing fruit in the present tense of your life.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 13:6-13:9
Shared: 1/6/2001
Sermon on the parable of our Lord on the barren fig tree.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 1/24/2002
In the parable of the fig tree, the owner passed by the fig tree 3 times before he threatened to cut it down. How many times must Jesus pass by us before He finds fruit on our branches?
Denomination: Pentecostal
Tags: Character
Shared: 10/29/2001
God’s mercy works long with us, but we will one day be called to give account.
Denomination: Adventist
Scripture: Luke 13:6-13:9
Shared: 1/8/2003
The interpretation is for the lost to repent while there is time...but Jesus makes much application to the saved to bear fruit, for that is why He left us here. Link included to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint Template.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 13:6-13:9
Shared: 3/9/2007
Is it strange to you, that we plant nonbearing fruit trees, and God cuts down nonbearing fruit trees?
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Luke 13:6-13:9
Shared: 12/29/2006
God wants you to put off the Adamic nature.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 3/1/2004
Jesus was responding to news about a calamity Luke 13:1-5. He was told of how Pilate (the Roman governor) had killed some Galileans (Jews from Galilee, the same region Jesus was from), and had anticipated the thinking of those who brought Him this news.
Series: Parables
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 2/16/2003
God’s opportunity to get things done.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 13:6-13:9
Shared: 9/27/2002
The parable of the fruitless fig tree conveys both a warning and great good news.
Scripture: Luke 13:6-13:9
Shared: 3/13/2005