And all things, whatsoever you shall ask in prayer, believing, you shall receive.
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Hilary of Poitiers
Herein also we find proof of the Lord’s goodness; where He was minded to she forth an instance of the salvation procured by His means, He exerted the power of His might on the persons of men; by healing their present sicknesses, encouraging them to hope for the future, and to look for the healing of their soul. But now when He would exhibit a type of His judgments on the rebellious, He represents the future by the destruction of a tree; “Let no fruit grow on,thee henceforward for ever.”.
And that is compared to a fig tree, because the Apostles being the first believers out of Israel, like green figs shall in the glory, and the time, of their resurrection, be before the rest.