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The core point seems to be about God's patience, giving more time for the tree to bear fruit. Giving more time for lost souls to be found.
Working in cooperation with the non-profit Bare Hands Bear Fruit, Inc., the neighborhood will be planting over 200 edible plants to expand the existing 100+ fruit trees, berry bushes, grape vines, and culinary herbs.
The fire extinguishing efforts, however, did not bear fruit, and the blaze gutted several houses.
Arif Alvi said that the PTI government put the country on the right direction and added that soon their policies will bear fruit. The president distributed prizes among the cadets with distinctions.
From losing side, high-flying Hamza Mawaz Khan slammed in four goals and Bilal Hamayun hit one but their efforts couldn't bear fruit for their team, which lost the final 5-7.
French start-up Agricool, which is behind the ambitious initiative, said their hydroponic farming method, has already started to bear fruit in Dubai.
But as for the seed that fell on rich soil, they are the ones who, when they have heard the word, embrace it with a generous and good heart, and bear fruit through perseverance."
'It is not you who chose Me, but I who chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit that will remain.'
Do good, always do good, for it will always bear fruit.
The aim is to cut back current growth to encourage spurs - the short flowering shoots that bear fruit. So just cut back new growth on the leading shoots of each branch by half, making your cut just above a leaf.
"Dialogue taking place between MP Fouad Siniora and Future Movement and House Speaker Nabih Berri is very useful, and what MP Walid Jumblatt is doing to facilitate this dialogue started to bear fruit by agreeing on holding a Cabinet session," he indicated.
Summary: Former President Michel Sleiman stressed Thursday that terrorist threats would not be able to bear fruit in Lebanon regardless of whether presidential and parliamentary elections fail to take place.