But the wheat and the spelt
For before the harvest, when the bud has sprouted, and the ripening fruit appears,
On the vine there were three branches. As it budded, its blossoms opened and its clusters ripened into grapes.
By itself the soil produces a crop, first the stalk, then the head, then the full grain in the head.
The fig tree has budded, the vines have blossomed and give off their fragrance. Arise, come away my darling; my beautiful one, come away with me!”
Therefore, I will take back
“‘If you present a grain offering of first ripe grain to the Lord, you must present your grain offering of first ripe grain as soft kernels roasted in fire – crushed bits of fresh grain.
You will come to your grave in a full age,
And when the grain is ripe, he sends in the sickle
One basket had very good-looking figs in it. They looked like those that had ripened early.
Like a vine he will let his sour grapes fall,
All your fortifications will be like fig trees
As for the seed that
Now a man from Baal Shalisha brought some food for the prophet
So I weep along with Jazer
I will weep for the grapevines of Sibmah just like the town of Jazer weeps over them.
Don’t you say,