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For their vine is from the stock 1 of Sodom, and from the fields of Gomorrah. 2 Their grapes contain venom, their clusters of grapes are bitter.
On the vine there were three branches. As it budded, its blossoms opened and its clusters ripened into grapes.
When you enter the vineyard of your neighbor you may eat as many grapes as you please, 1 but you must not take away any in a container. 2
he must separate 1 himself from wine and strong drink, he must drink neither vinegar 2 made from wine nor vinegar made from strong drink, nor may he drink any juice 3 of grapes, nor eat fresh grapes or raisins. 4
Now Pharaoh’s cup was in my hand, so I took the grapes, squeezed them into his 1 cup, and put the cup in Pharaoh’s hand.” 2
Binding his foal to the vine, and his colt to the choicest vine, he will wash 1 his garments in wine, his robes in the blood of grapes.
You must not gather in the aftergrowth of your harvest and you must not pick the grapes of your unpruned 1 vines; the land must have a year of complete rest.
When they came to the valley of Eshcol, they cut down from there a branch with one cluster of grapes, and they carried it on a staff 1 between two men, as well as some of the pomegranates and the figs.
He built a hedge around it, 1 removed its stones, and planted a vine. He built a tower in the middle of it, and constructed a winepress. He waited for it to produce edible grapes, but it produced sour ones instead. 2
What more can I do for my vineyard beyond what I have already done? When I waited for it to produce edible grapes, why did it produce sour ones instead?
I will take away their harvests, 1 says the Lord. There will be no grapes on their vines. There will be no figs on their fig trees. Even the leaves on their trees will wither. The crops that I gave them will be taken away.’” 2
When I found Israel, it was like finding grapes in the wilderness. I viewed your ancestors 1 like an early fig on a fig tree in its first season. Then they came to Baal-Peor and they dedicated themselves to shame – they became as detestable as what they loved.
“Be sure of this, 1 the time is 2 coming,” says the Lord, “when the plowman will catch up to the reaper 3 and the one who stomps the grapes 4 will overtake 5 the planter. 6 Juice will run down the slopes, 7 it will flow down all the hillsides. 8
and whether the land is rich or poor, and whether or not there are forests in it. And be brave, 1 and bring back some of the fruit of the land.” Now it was the time of year 2 for the first ripe grapes. 3
butter from the herd and milk from the flock, along with the fat of lambs, rams and goats of Bashan, along with the best of the kernels of wheat; and from the juice of grapes you drank wine.
In those days I saw people in Judah treading winepresses on the Sabbath, bringing in heaps of grain and loading them onto donkeys, along with wine, grapes, figs, and all kinds of loads, and bringing them to Jerusalem on the Sabbath day. So I warned them on the day that they sold these provisions.
The Lord said to me, “Go, show love to 1 your wife 2 again, even though she loves 3 another man 4 and continually commits adultery. 5 Likewise, the Lord loves 6 the Israelites 7 although they turn to other gods and love to offer raisin cakes to idols.” 8