Tree Fruit - Fruit-Nutrition-Vitamins-Minerals
There is something noble about a tree. The Bible uses the tree to illustrate many parables and lessons. For example, the seed of Abraham (those who are reborn by faith) are likened to maturing trees, and the value of any tree is measured based on the quality of the fruit it produces.
Fruit Trees | Nutritional Values of Fruits
The meaning of the word "fruit" is not always sharply defined. Most of us have developed our concept of how fruit is defined by common usage. We agree on generalizations without clearly defined convention.
Often, fruit is associate with the fleshy portion of plants or trees formed from blossoms that encase the seeds and can be eaten raw. Sometimes, we think of fruit as being sweet or tart and include such things as rhubarb. Classically, we also associate fruit with trees, vines, bushes and shrubs.
Based On Genesis 1:29, we have grouped fruits here on a slightly different criterea: ...every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed.
The garden of God is not limited to one type of fruit tree. Actually, out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food. Biblical passages reveal that in the paradise of God we can expect to find the fig, date palm, pomegranate, grape, almond, olive, apple, mulberry, apricot, pear, pistachio, carob and all manner of fruit trees.
We consider fruits in this class to be grown on a tree, shrub or vine with perennial woody bark tissue - like this list of fruits for example.
"Son of man, how is the wood of the vine better than any wood of a branch which is among the trees of the forest? Can wood be taken from it to make anything, or can men take a peg from it on which to hang any vessel? Ezekiel 15:2-3