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Numbers 13.23:

And they came to the Wadi Eshcol, and cut down from there a branch with a single cluster of grapes, and they carried it on a pole between two of them. They also brought some pomegranates and figs.


Numbers 20.5:

Why have you brought us up out of Egypt, to bring us to this wretched place? It is no place for grain, or figs, or vines, or pomegranates; and there is no water to drink.’


1 Samuel 25.18:

Then Abigail hurried and took two hundred loaves, two skins of wine, five sheep ready dressed, five measures of parched grain, one hundred clusters of raisins, and two hundred cakes of figs. She loaded them on donkeys


2 Kings 20.7:

Then Isaiah said, ‘Bring a lump of figs. Let them take it and apply it to the boil, so that he may recover.’


1 Chronicles 12.40:

And also their neighbours, from as far away as Issachar and Zebulun and Naphtali, came bringing food on donkeys, camels, mules, and oxen—abundant provisions of meal, cakes of figs, clusters of raisins, wine, oil, oxen, and sheep, for there was joy in Israel.


Nehemiah 13.15:

In those days I saw in Judah people treading wine presses on the sabbath, and bringing in heaps of grain and loading them on donkeys; and also wine, grapes, figs, and all kinds of burdens, which they brought into Jerusalem on the sabbath day; and I warned them at that time against selling food.


Song of Songs 2.13:


The fig tree puts forth its figs,
   and the vines are in blossom;
   they give forth fragrance.
Arise, my love, my fair one,
   and come away.


Isaiah 38.21:

Now Isaiah had said, ‘Let them take a lump of figs, and apply it to the boil, so that he may recover.’


Jeremiah 8.13:


When I wanted to gather them, says the Lord,
   there are* no grapes on the vine,
   nor figs on the fig tree;
even the leaves are withered,
   and what I gave them has passed away from them.*


Jeremiah 24.1:

The Lord showed me two baskets of figs placed before the temple of the Lord. This was after King Nebuchadrezzar of Babylon had taken into exile from Jerusalem King Jeconiah son of Jehoiakim of Judah, together with the officials of Judah, the artisans, and the smiths, and had brought them to Babylon.


Jeremiah 24.2:

One basket had very good figs, like first-ripe figs, but the other basket had very bad figs, so bad that they could not be eaten.


Jeremiah 24.3:

And the Lord said to me, ‘What do you see, Jeremiah?’ I said, ‘Figs, the good figs very good, and the bad figs very bad, so bad that they cannot be eaten.’


Jeremiah 24.5:

Thus says the Lord, the God of Israel: Like these good figs, so I will regard as good the exiles from Judah, whom I have sent away from this place to the land of the Chaldeans.


Jeremiah 24.8:

But thus says the Lord: Like the bad figs that are so bad they cannot be eaten, so will I treat King Zedekiah of Judah, his officials, the remnant of Jerusalem who remain in this land, and those who live in the land of Egypt.


Jeremiah 29.17:

Thus says the Lord of hosts, I am going to let loose on them sword, famine, and pestilence, and I will make them like rotten figs that are so bad they cannot be eaten.


Nahum 3.12:


All your fortresses are like fig trees
   with first-ripe figs
if shaken they fall
   into the mouth of the eater.


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