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  • When Abraham had breathed his last, dying at a happy ripe age, old and full of years, he was gathered to his people. (Genesis 25, 8)

  • On the vine were three branches; no sooner had it budded than it blossomed, and its clusters became ripe grapes. (Genesis 40, 10)

  • He fell asleep and dreamed a second time: there, growing on one stalk, were seven ears of grain, full and ripe. (Genesis 41, 5)

  • The scanty ears of grain swallowed the seven full and ripe ears of grain. Then Pharaoh woke up; it had been a dream. (Genesis 41, 7)

  • And then again in my dream, there, growing on one stalk, were seven ears of grain, beautifully ripe; (Genesis 41, 22)

  • Then the shrivelled ears of grain swallowed the seven ripe ears of grain. I have told the magicians, but no one has given me the answer.' (Genesis 41, 24)

  • The seven fine cows are seven years and the seven ripe ears of grain are seven years; it is one and the same dream. (Genesis 41, 26)

  • At a ripe age you will go to the grave, like a wheatsheaf stacked in due season. (Job 5, 26)

  • understanding, this is grey hairs, untarnished life, this is ripe old age. (Wisdom of Solomon 4, 9)

  • The crown of the aged is ripe experience, their glory, the fear of the Lord. (Ecclesiasticus 25, 6)

  • and the faded flower of its proud splendour sited at the head of the lush valley. Like a fig ripe before summer comes: whoever spots it forthwith picks and swallows it. (Isaiah 28, 4)

  • The smallest will grow into a thousand, the weakest one into a mighty nation. When the time is ripe, I, Yahweh, shall quickly bring it about. (Isaiah 60, 22)

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