[906]   The Fig Trees of Matthew24 Mark13 Luke21, and of Matthew21 Mark11, and of Luke13

6 Then he went on to tell this parable: A certain one had a fig-tree planted in his vineyard, and he came looking for fruit on it, and found none [aorist. Punctiliar occurrence, one off occurrence, simple occurrence. This tree was never found to have fruit in this vineyard].
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Then he said to the [not his] vinedresser, 'Here it is 3 years that I am looking for fruit on this fig-tree, and find none [present]. Cut it out! Why really should it keep the earth useless?'
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In reply he said to him, 'Lord, let it alone also this year, until I dig around it and put on manure;
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and if then it produces fruit into the [year, the 4th year defined above], sorted [mellon], but if not, you shall cut it out [sometime after that] (Luke 13).'

CNC = 12 (2 threads)
INC = Fig-tree, Vineyard, Fruit, Vinedresser, Years, Earth, Lord, Manure = 8
Fig-tree (2), Fruit (3), Year (2)

The first presence fulfilment has the vineyard as TCC1, the vinedresser as FDS1 and the fig tree as Paul and the ELC saints, a different seed from the 1NC saints represented by the different fruit of figs to grapes. In this case in the 4th year the tree did produce fruit and so FDS2 remained for the most part within FDS1-GNS1 and the Roman Catholic Church actually being afflicted for 400 years??

A fig tree should not be planted in a vineyard. It should be planted in a fig orchard. So this is a 1NC fig tree in a 2NC vineyard or a 2NC fig tree in a 1NC vineyard. The Fig tree is either the Laodicean 2NC saints or the Laodicean 1NC reserves. Jesus abandoned the Watchtower 1NC vineyard on 2005Iyyar14. But it was still his vineyard. It just got stolen by Satan. So we have two interpretations here...

6 Then he went on to tell this parable: A certain one had a fig-tree [The Laodicean 1NC saints of the 2nd part of the 2nd presence] planted in his vineyard [The sons of the 4EC. A 2NC church. Grapes are sons of the 2NC here. Figs are sons of the 1NC, The Watchtower ceased to be Jesus' vineyard on 2005Iyyar14. The Fig Tree was planted on 2006Iyyar14, when the first 1NC reserve was water baptised into Laodicea. Jesus is not said to have planted the tree. The 1NC tree just appeared in a 2NC vineyard rather than a fig orchard (1NC church) where one might expect to find it], and he came looking for fruit [understandings or experiences - any form of communication] on it, and found none [A fig sapling tree takes around 4 years before it produces any figs. But this was a fig tree when planted. This tree was not feeding anyone who came to it - it merely fed itself] [aorist. Punctiliar occurrence, one off occurrence, simple occurrence. This tree was never found to have fruit in this vineyard].
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Then he said to the vinedresser [AOL or AOP], 'Here it is 3 years [Secular/Agricultural years from 2006Tishri1-2009Tishri1, the first 3 secular years of the 2nd presence. We use agricultural years because the parable is about a fig tree] that I am looking for fruit on this fig-tree, and find none [no research fruit]. Cut it out! Why really should it keep the earth useless? [It keeps the LWs useless by denying them the Christ so that we cannot build the temple - having no foundation]
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In reply he said to him, 'Lord, let it alone also this year [2009Tishri1-2010Tishri1] until I dig around it [dig into the scriptures that relate to its existence] and put on manure [The LWs discovered Laodicea on 2008Chislev6 and started putting things relevant to that church on the site shortly thereafter];
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and if then it produces fruit into the [year specified above], fine [mellon], but if not, you [not the vinedresser, but the master, Jesus] shall cut it out/down/off [it will be cut out/off of the vineyard NOT in the 5th year from 2010Tishri1 to 2011Tishri1, but after it, on 2012Sivan14, when Laodicea died to Adam. The scripture does not say you shall cut it out/down/off in the next year, because it is cut out/down/off after that year has ended. Also it will be cut out in the new Iyyar1 Laodicean secular year from 2019Iyyar1-2020Nisan30. Both possible ambiguous meanings of ekkoptw are used] (Luke 13).'

6 Then he went on to tell this parable: A certain one had a fig-tree [Laodicea] planted in his vineyard [The Watchtower. The Watchtower is even today Jesus' vineyard - he planted it. But it has been stolen by Satan], and he came looking for fruit [water baptised brothers] on it, and found none [A fig tree takes around 4 years before it produces any figs. This tree was not feeding anyone who came to it - it merely fed itself] [aorist. Punctiliar occurrence, one off occurrence, simple occurrence. This tree was never found to have fruit in this vineyard].
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Then he said to the vinedresser [GNS2, not the fig dresser which is AOL], 'Here it is 3 years [Figs are harvested in Elul/Tishri. So secular years after the second presence ended on 2013Chislev11, when Laodicea lost its water baptism - we presently calculate. So Jesus would have found some water baptized fruits in the secular year from 2013Tishri1-2014Elul30. Therefore he looked for fruits and found no ICC fruit in the secular years starting 2014Tishri1, 2015Tishri1 and 2016Tishri1. We use secular years because this is an agricultural symbolism] that I am looking for fruit on this fig-tree, and find none [no ICC fruit]. Cut it out! Why really should it keep the earth useless?'
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In reply he said to him, 'Lord, let it alone also this year [2017Tishri-2018Tishri1] until I dig around it [dig into the scriptures that relate to its existence] and put on manure [cattle dung, crap understandings from the cattle, the rank and file congregation];
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and if then it produces fruit into the [year specified above], fine [mellon], but if not, you [not the vinedresser, but the master, Jesus] shall cut it out/down/off [it will be cut out/off of the vineyard - not said when. We do assume it is in the next year from 2018Tishri1 to 2019Elul30. Both possible ambiguous meanings of ekkoptw are used. Well the Laodicean Passover occurs on 2019Nisan14/Iyyar14. Jesus cuts the tree down by Passover execution. The fig tree should never have been in the vineyard in the first place - But Jesus played the advantage rule for a while] (Luke 13).'

9 And if it bear fruit, [well]: and if not, [then] after that thou shalt cut it down. (Luke 13 KJV)
9 and [see] if it indeed makes fruit. But if not, in the future you may cut it down. (Luke 13 GLT)
9 and if indeed it may bear fruit -- ;and if not so, thereafter thou shalt cut it off.' (Luke 13 YLT)
9 and if indeed it should make fruit into the being about (to be) if but not indeed, you shall cut out it [ekkoptw]. (Luke 13 KIT)

CNC = 12 (2 threads)
INC = Fig-tree, Vineyard, Fruit, Vinedresser, Years, Earth, Lord, Manure = 8
Fig-tree (2), Fruit (3), Year (2)

9 Indeed the axe is already in position as the root of the trees, every tree therefore not producing fine fruit, is to be cut down and thrown into the fire (Luke 3).

This scripture shows there are to be several true churches that become false! It also shows that Fig trees do not work in vineyards...

16 By their fruits will recognize them. Never do people gather grapes from thorns or figs from thistles, do they?
17 Likewise every good tree produces fine fruit, but every rotten tree produces worthless fruit;
18 a good tree cannot bear worthless fruit, neither can a rotten tree produce fine fruit.
19 Every tree not producing fine fruit gets cut out and thrown into the fire (Matthew 7).

Repeated Articulations:
Came looking for fruit
But found none
Cut it down