One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘For if ever any people in the world were guilty of barrenness and unfruitfulness under the means of grace, we of this nation are.’
- ‘Unfortunately, improvement of the crop is hindered by a characteristic type of unfruitfulness among certain trees.’
- ‘In the parable of the sower, we see another result of worry - unfruitfulness.’
- ‘Without vision, we're susceptible to trivial distractions which result in disunity, dilution of the truth, unfruitfulness and spiritual aimlessness.’
- ‘How can any sense of unfruitfulness be used to reorient the dialogue?’
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