At the time Jesus spoke of this fig tree he, as the “vinedresser,” had spent three years trying to cultivate faith among the Jews. Yet in spite of their many advantages under the Abrahamic and Law covenants, only a small remnant of the Jewish nation had accepted the Messiah.(Romans 9:4, 5, 27)
During the fourth year of his ministry Jesus intensified his efforts among the Jews, symbolically digging and putting manure around the Jewish “fig tree” by zealously preaching and teaching in Judea, Perea and finally in and around Jerusalem.(Luke, chapters 10 to 19)
However, halfway through that fourth year, a few days before his death, Jesus wept over Jerusalem and told the capital city of the Jewish nation that its house had been abandoned.(Matthew 23:37-39)
Jehovah, the owner of the Jewish “fig tree,” had inspected it once again in this fourth season of intensive care. Finding it fruitless as a nation, he ordered it to be cut down in line with the principle Jesus stated at Matthew 7:19. Thus the Kingdom of God was taken from the Jewish nation and given to a nation, spiritual Israel, producing its fruits.(Matthew 21:43)
This transfer occurred at Pentecost of that same year, 33 C.E. Thirty-seven years later, in 70 C.E., the cut-down “fig tree” was “thrown into the fire” when Jerusalem and the Jewish nation were destroyed.(Matthew 3:9, 10; Luke 19:41-44)
Just as the parable of the barren fig tree shows there are limits to Jehovah’s patience, Paul’s illustration of the olive tree, while highlighting Jehovah’s kindness, also shows his severity.
In his kindness Jehovah had sent John the Baptizer to the Jewish “natural branches” to tell them to “produce fruit that befits repentance” and to believe in Jesus.(Matthew 3:8; Acts 19:4)
Because of their lack of faith they were “broken off.” This decrease in the number of Jewish “natural branches” meant “riches to people of the nations,” inasmuch as Gentile ‘wild olive branches’ were grafted onto the Abrahamic-covenant tree to become part of the spiritual seed of Abraham.(Romans 11:12, 17, 20, 21) w83 8/15 pp.20-21
Cast off this ignorance of Satan who is your deceiver.
LEARN to UNDERSTAND the BIBLE in the context it was given.
You just parrot gibberish because you have no understanding and cannot write in your own words.
AGAIN you, unable to explain of your own knowledge, simply parrot THE WRITINGS OF OTHERS who are as blind as you are.
Can the blind lead the blind? Then how can the Watchtower Cult lead their slave cultists?