Analysis of Peshitta verse Mark 13:28
Translations(Etheridge) But from the fig-tree learn a parable. When her branches are tender, and she shoots forth her leaves, you know that the summer draws nigh:
(Murdock) And, from the fig-tree learn ye a simile. When its twigs are tender, and its leaves bud forth, ye know that summer approacheth.
(Lamsa) From the fig tree learn a parable. When its branches become tender and bring forth leaves, you know that summer is coming.
(KJV) Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When her branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is near:
This work makes use of the Syriac Electronic Data Retrieval Archive (SEDRA) by Dr. George A. Kiraz, distributed by the Syriac Computing Institute.
Peshitta verses are taken from the Peshitta NT published by the British and Foreign Bible Society.
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