Vineyard

Vineyard

 
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  • "Quick! Catch all the little foxes before they ruin the vineyard of your love, for the grapevines are all in blossom." [Young Woman:] - Song of Solomon 2:15


  • Let us get up early and go out to the vineyards. Let us see whether the vines have budded, whether the blossoms have opened, and whether the pomegranates are in flower. And there I will give you my love. - Song of Solomon 7:12


  • "Solomon has a vineyard at Baal-hamon, which he rents to some farmers there. Each of them pays one thousand pieces of silver* for its use.3 - Song of Solomon 8:11


  • But as for my own vineyard, O Solomon, you can take my thousand pieces of silver. And I will give two hundred pieces of silver* to those who care for its vines." [Young Man:]4 - Song of Solomon 8:12


  • Jerusalem* stands abandoned like a watchman's shelter in a vineyard or field after the harvest is over. It is as helpless as a city under siege.1 - Isaiah 1:8


  • The leaders and the princes will be the first to feel the LORD's judgment. "You have ruined Israel, which is my vineyard. You have taken advantage of the poor, filling your barns with grain extorted from helpless people. - Isaiah 3:14


  • Now I will sing a song for the one I love about his vineyard: My beloved has a vineyard on a rich and fertile hill. - Isaiah 5:1


  • What more could I have done to cultivate a rich harvest? Why did my vineyard give me wild grapes when I expected sweet ones? - Isaiah 5:4


  • Now this is what I am going to do to my vineyard: I will tear down its fences and let it be destroyed. I will break down its walls and let the animals trample it. - Isaiah 5:5


  • This is the story of the LORD's people. They are the vineyard of the LORD Almighty. Israel and Judah are his pleasant garden. He expected them to yield a crop of justice, but instead he found bloodshed. He expected to find righteousness, but instead he heard cries of oppression. - Isaiah 5:7


  • Ten acres* of vineyard will not produce even six gallons* of wine. Ten measures of seed will yield only one measure* of grain."1 - Isaiah 5:10


  • In that day the lush vineyards, now worth as much as a thousand pieces of silver,* will become patches of briers and thorns.5 - Isaiah 7:23


  • Weep for the abandoned farms of Heshbon and the vineyards at Sibmah. The wine from those vineyards used to make the rulers of the nations drunk. Moab was once like a spreading grapevine. Her tendrils spread out as far as Jazer and trailed out into the desert. Her shoots once reached as far as the Dead Sea.*2 - Isaiah 16:8


  • But now the enemy has completely destroyed that vine. So I wail and lament for Jazer and the vineyards of Sibmah. My tears will flow for Heshbon and Elealeh, for their summer fruits and harvests have all been destroyed. - Isaiah 16:9


  • Gone now is the gladness; gone is the joy of harvest. The happy singing in the vineyards will be heard no more. The treading out of grapes in the winepresses has ceased forever. I have ended all their harvest joys. - Isaiah 16:10


  • "In that day we will sing of the pleasant vineyard. - Isaiah 27:2


  • Then I will arrange to take you to another land like this one--a country with bountiful harvests of grain and wine, bread and vineyards--a land of plenty. - Isaiah 36:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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