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What happened next has been interpreted in various ways, and viewing this through my emotional lens, I might be tempted to say that Jesus was “hangry” (angry for what He saw in the temple and hungry in the morning).  Then, because He was hangry, Jesus simply cursed the tree.  However, that is not likely the case here.  Instead, Jesus saw the opportunity to use this moment to provide a powerful illustration.  The fact that what happened with the fig tree frames the account of Jesus cleansing the temple is significant. 

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