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A line drawing depicting the parable of the olive tree and the master of the vineyard.

Olive Tree Vineyard

In the allegory (story) of the olive tree, the master of the vineyard asked his servant to pluck (cut off) the branches with bad fruit and graft (add) branches with good fruit. Cross out the bad fruit and draw more good fruit on the olive tree.

Location in the Scriptures: Jacob 5

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