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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types
Job 8:16 (b) This type is used to describe the hypocrite who is unstable and is soon destroyed.
Job 15:32 (b) By this figure we see that the man who is deceived and is not true to GOD's Word, and is not really linked up with GOD, will not prosper, and shall not be productive in his life.
Psalm 52:8 (a) This type indicates a fresh, happy spirit, full of life, vigor and growth.
Jeremiah 17:8 (a) This symbol represents youth, life, freshness and vigor. This is a Christian who is spiritual, zealous, active for GOD.
Hosea 14:8 (a) By this type we understand life at its best. Such a life is filled with joy, gladness, singing and service.
Luke 23:31 (b) This is a figurative way of saying that if Israel was so rebellious and so hostile when the Lord JESUS was with them, what would they be like when CHRIST was gone from them. When they were free to read the Scriptures and to worship in their temple (all of which is compared to a green tree), what would they be like when they had no temple, and their enemies came in like a flood, and they had no Scriptures from which to read. This time is compared to the season of a dry tree.
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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Reen'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/wdt/r/reen.html. 1957.