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THE PARABLE OF THE FIG TREE

I said in a recent video that I would soon be producing a video called "The Parable of the Fig Tree"

The reason why this video is significant is because the parable of the fig tree is a sign that Yehshua tied in with revealing the day of His Father's wrath.

It was a sign of His Father's first fruit harvest as well, but in it is also a sign of the timing of His wrath.

He said;

Matthew 24

32 NOW LEARN THE PARABLE OF THE FIG TREE; when its branch is yet tender and IT PUTS FORTH ITS LEAVES, KNOW THAT SUMMER IS NEAR.

33 AND IN LIKE MANNER, when you see "ALL OF THIS", know that it (the time of the end) is near, it is at the door.

Like most all, if not all prophecy, the parable of the fig tree has a few different tiers.

The first tier of Yehshua's fig tree prophecy began in the garden when Adam and Eve sewed fig leaves together.

They did so to cover the shame of their nakedness.

Last spring, in April of 2012 on satan's calendar, I spoke that at that time the fig trees were putting forth their leaves ahead of the first fruit harvest.

I knew this because at that time back in Greece, we had a fig tree next door to us.

I spoke that Yehshua's fig tree parable testified as a foreshadow to the summer harvest where the first fruits would be harvested that coming July.

This was indeed true.

His reference to the summer in verse 32, along with His reference to 4 months until the harvest that is recorded in John 4:35 testify to this.

The reason why 4 months until the harvest testifies to it is because summer wheat takes 4 months to grow and winter wheat takes 7 months to grow.

I spoke about this in the 2011 first fruits video.

And most of you know that wheat is symbolic of the first fruit harvest in Yehshua's parables.

But there is more hidden in this parable that applies to what is being given today.

There is another deeper meaning hidden in it.

And Yehshua was prophesying that when this additional tier to this parable is given, you can know that the end is near at hand.

Here it is;

Like I said, the first tier of the parable was when Adam and Eve sewed fig leaves to cover the shame of their nakedness.

We read this in;

Genesis 3

7 And the eyes of them both were opened, AND THEY KNEW THAT THEY WERE NAKED; and they sewed FIG LEAVES together and made themselves aprons.

I have said in several videos that nothing is recorded that is without significance.

His word is recorded here a little there a little, line upon line, precept upon precept.

Yehshua's parable of the fig tree is ultimately all about the shame of our nakedness if we are not covered by His Father's protective wings.

And we are only covered by Him if we are walking in agreement with Him in a covenant relationship with Him in His word, and doing so in order to become as He is so that we can become His eternal children.

This is just a reality that you are going to need to embrace or dying you will soon die in your sin.

Notice that the fig leaves were available for Adam and Eve to use.

The next piece of evidence that Yehshua gives to tie this parable all together in with being found in YEHWEH's favor in order to be found under His covering is found in;

John 1

47 Yehshua saw Nathanael coming to Him, and He said of him, Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom THERE IS NO DECEIT!

Wow, how would you like the Most High's Son to speak this about you?

48 Nathanael said to him, from where do you know me? And Yehshua answered and said to him; from where I saw you WHEN YOU WERE UNDER THE FIG TREE prior to Philip calling to you.

Understanding what is being said in this is a matter of putting verse 47 and verse 48 together in content.

Yehshua said that He "knew" Nathanael.

He knew His thoughts enough to know that there was no deceit in him.

He associated what He knew about Nathanael with him being "under" a fig tree.

He was under that which Adam and Eve used to cover the shame of their nakedness.

But there was something else besides the physical covering that Yehshua was referring to.

Yehshua spoke of Nathanael's fruit that was "in him."

He said that there was no deceit in him; therefore He said that he was indeed a true Israelite.

Here is the finishing touch to Yehshua's parable of the fig tree that ties in needing to bear fruit in order to be covered by YEHWEH in with this parable.

The following verses show that we must bear fruit worthy of repentance in order to be found under YEHWEH's covering so that the shame of our nakedness is not uncovered when Yehshua returns;

Matthew 21

18 Now in the morning, as Yehshua returned into the city, He hungered.

19 And when He saw a fig tree in the way He came to it but He did not find anything on it BUT LEAVES ONLY so He said to it, THERE WILL BE NO FRUIT FROM YOU HEREAFTER INTO THE AGE. (referring to the next age)

AND THE FIG TREE "INSTANTLY" DRIED UP.

This part of the parable of the fig tree shows that because the fig tree had no fruit, it was naked.

And because it was naked, it was shut off from YEHWEH's covering so it died.

Notice that it was naked even though it was covered with fig leaves.

This shows that covering ourselves on a physical plain on the outside by white washing ourselves means absolutely nothing by itself.

If the fruit is absent, we are nothing but white washed tombs or dead people walking before YEHWEH's face.

And what is the fruit that we must bear?

Well, go back to the garden.

Adam and Eve rebelled against YEHWEH's instruction and the shame of their nakedness was before their eyes after their rebellion to Him.

Yehshua spoke this very same thing in His parable about the good fruit and the bad fruit.

He said that those who bear the bad fruit will come to Him and say;

Master, master, did I not drive out demons in your name?

Did I not prophecy or preach in your name?

Did I not do many wonderful deeds or many wonderful works in your name?

And then Yehshua said that He will tell those of you who have the bad fruit to depart from Him.

And in the same sentence He tells us why He will tell you this.

He defines the bad fruit.

He said;

Matthew 7:23

And then I will confess to you; depart from me, I NEVER "KNEW" YOU because YOUR WORKS WERE LAWLESSNESS.

(YOUR FRUIT WAS VIOLATION OF HIS FATHER'S TORAH)

Which of you can read this verse and the verses leading up to it and claim that this is not the description of the bad fruit?

If you do not believe this, you are simply being willfully ignorant because this is what Yehshua spoke.

You have to call Him a liar to believe differently.

And for some reason, I do not think that calling the Most High's Son a liar in your beliefs will cause you to be found in His favor.

In the next verses, Yehshua went on to clarify what He spoke.

He said;

Matthew 7

24 Therefore who ever hears MY WORD AND DOES IT, I will liken him to a wise man which built his house UPON A ROCK:

25 And the rain descended and the floods came and the winds blew and beat upon that house and it did not fall: BECAUSE IT WAS FOUNDED UPON A ROCK (He says that the rock is "doing or living His Father's word")

26 And every one that hears MY WORD AND DOES NOT DO IT will be likened to a foolish man which built his house UPON THE SAND (According to our Messiah the sand is not "doing or living His Father's word"):

27 And the rain descended and the floods came and the winds blew and beat upon that house and it fell and GREAT WAS ITS FALL.

And if your house is built on the sand, you had better start preparing for it to come crashing down because the final tier to the parable of the fig tree has been given.

I'll read what Yehshua spoke again;

Matthew 24

32 NOW LEARN THE PARABLE OF THE FIG TREE; when its branch is yet tender and IT PUTS FORTH ITS LEAVES, know that summer is near.

33 AND IN LIKE MANNER, when you see all of this, know that it (the time of the end) is near, it is at the door.

The final tier to this parable reveals the shame of your nakedness if YEHWEH is not your covering.

Apart from bearing fruit which is living YEHWEH's word to become as He is, you are as naked as Adam and Eve found themselves to be in the garden.

And off course they were cast out from the garden because of their nakedness, even though they sewed fig leaves to cover themselves.

So you see the fig leaves that you have clothed yourselves with have made you nothing but white washed tombs.

And the part of the parable with Yehshua knowing that Nathanael had no deceit in him shows that it is more than just living YEHWEH's word on a physical plain.

Nathanael was under a fig tree.

But YEHWEH gave it to Yehshua to know that there was also no deceit in him.

The parable is saying that YEHWEH knows your every thought.

He knows the shame of your nakedness.

He knows if you really do trust and obey Him or not.

He knows whether you really love His righteousness and cleave unto it and desire for it to become your righteousness or not.

He knows your rebellion to His word if you have it.

He knows whether you have sewed yourselves fig leaves or whether you are under His covering.

He is all seeing and all knowing.

Turn from your rebellion and seek His favor.

Seek His righteousness and seek His kingdom with all of your being and cry out for Him to deliver you to become the planting in the millennium.

If you do not, then dying you will soon die because the mouth of YEHWEH Elohiym of Hosts has spoken it.

 

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