Torrey's New Topical Textbook
Often found wild @2Ki 4:39; Ho 9:10.
Required to be dressed and pruned to increase its fruitfulness @Le 25:3; 2Ch 26:10; Isa 18:5.
Canaan abounded in @De 6:11; 8:8.
Places celebrated for
The dwarf and spreading vine particularly esteemed @Eze 17:6.
Of Sodom bad and unfit for use @De 32:32.
Often degenerated @Isa 5:2; Jer 2:21.
Frequently injured by hail and frost @Ps 78:47; 105:32,33.
Foxes destructive to @Song 2:15.
The wild boar destructive to @Ps 80:13.
The fruit of
The wood of, fit only for burning @Eze 15:2-5.
Young cattle fed on its leaves and tender shoots @Ge 49:11.
Probably produced two crops of fruit in the year @Nu 13:20.
Perfumed the air with the fragrance of its flowers @Song 2:13; Ho 14:7.
God made, fruitful for his people when obedient @Joe 2:22; Zec 8:12.
Frequently made unfruitful as a punishment @Jer 8:13; Ho 2:12; Joe 1:7,12; Hag 2:19.
Sometimes cast its fruit before it came to perfection @Job 15:33; Mal 3:11.
Nazarites prohibited eating any part of @Nu 6:3,4.
Of Christ. @Joh 15:1,2.
Proverbial allusion to fathers eating the unripe fruit of @Jer 31:29,30; Eze 18:2.
Of Israel. @Ps 80:8; Isa 5:2,7.
(Its fruitful branches,) of saints. @Joh 15:5.
(Of unfruitful branches,) of mere professors. @Joh 15:2,6.
(Its quick growth,) of the growth of saints in grace. @Ho 14:7.
(Its rich clusters,) of the graces of the church. @Song 7:8.
(Pruning of,) of God's purifying his people by afflictions. @Joh 15:2.
(Worthlessness of its wood,) of the unprofitableness, of the wicked. @Eze 15:6,7.
(Unfruitful,) of the wicked. @Ho 10:1.
(Sitting under one's own) of peace and prosperity. @1Ki 4:25; Mic 4:4; Zec 3:10.
Origin and antiquity of @Ge 9:20.
The design of planting @Ps 107:37; 1Co 9:7.
Frequently walled or fenced with hedges @Nu 22:24; Pr 24:31; Isa 5:2,5.
Cottages built in, for the keepers @Isa 1:8.
Provided with the apparatus for making wine @Isa 5:2; Mt 21:33.
The stones carefully gathered out of @Isa 5:2.
Not to be planted with different kinds of seed. @De 22:9.
Frequently let out to husbandmen @Song 8:11; Mt 21:33.
Not to be cultivated in the Sabbatical year. @Ex 23:11; Le 25:4.
The spontaneous fruit of, not to be gathered during the sabbatical year. @Le 25:5,11.
Compensation in kind to be made for injury done to. @Ex 22:5.
Strangers entering, allowed to eat fruit of, but not to take any away. @De 23:24.
The gleaning of, to be left for the poor. @Le 19:10; De 24:21.
The fruit of new, not to be eaten for three years. @Le 19:23.
The fruit of new, to be holy to the Lord in the fourth year. @Le 19:24.
The fruit of new, to be eaten by the owners from the fifth year. @Le 19:25.
Planters of, not liable to military service till they had eaten of the fruit. @De 20:6.
Rent of, frequently paid by part of the fruit @Mt 21:34.
Were often mortgaged @Ne 5:3,4.
Estimated rent of @Song 8:11; Isa 7:23.
Estimated profit arising from, to the cultivators @Song 8:12.
The poor engaged in the culture of @2Ki 25:12; Isa 61:5.
Members of the family often wrought in @Song 1:6; Mt 21:28-30.
Mode of hiring and paying labourers for working in @Mt 20:1,2.
Of the kings of Israel superintended by officers of the state @1Ch 27:27.
The vintage or ingathering of
Was a time of great rejoicing. @Isa 16:10.
Of red grapes particularly esteemed @Isa 27:2.
Sometimes continued to the time of sowing seed. @Le 26:5.
Failure in, occasioned great grief. @Isa 16:9,10.
The produce of, was frequently destroyed by enemies @Jer 48:32.
The whole produce of, often destroyed by insects, &c @De 28:39; Am 4:9.
In unfavourable seasons produced but little wine @Isa 5:10; Hag 1:9,11.
The wicked judicially deprived of the enjoyment of @Am 5:11; Zep 1:13.
The Rechabites forbidden to plant @Jer 35:7-9.
Of the slothful man neglected and laid waste @Pr 24:30,31.
Solemn promises made to God @Ps 76:11.
Were made in reference to
To be voluntary @De 23:21,22.
To be performed faithfully @Nu 30:2.
To be performed without delay @De 23:21,23.
Danger of inconsiderately making @Pr 20:25.
Of children void without the consent of parents @Nu 30:3-5.
Of married women void without consent of husbands @Nu 30:6-8,10-13.
Of widows and women divorced from their husbands binding @Nu 30:9.
Of wives, could only be objected to at the time of making @Nu 30:14,15.
Might be redeemed by paying a suitable compensation @Le 27:1-8,11-23.
Clean beasts the subjects of, not to be redeemed @Le 27:9,10.
Recorded in scripture
All things dedicated by, to be brought to the tabernacle @De 12:6,11,17,18,26.
Of things corrupt or blemished an insult to God @Le 22:23; Mal 1:14.
The hire of a prostitute or price of a dog could not be the subject of @De 23:18.
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