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Quand le figuier met hors son rameau tendre,
Vous cognoissez que prochain est l’esté:
Ainsi devons semblablement entendre
Ce que par Christ monstré nous a esté.
Nous donc voyans l’Evangile planté,
Les plus meschans convaincre en toutes sortes,
Ainsi qu’avoit promis la Verité,
Soyons certains que Christ est ŕ noz portes.

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xcvii.

Ver erit, & prope tunc aestas, cům ficus in agris
Ostendet fructus parturietque novos.
Christus adest, nam, quae certissima signa videmus,
Relligio in toto purior orbe viget.

It will be spring and soon after summer, when the fig tree in the fields shows and brings forth new fruit. Christ is present, for-and we see this as a most certain sign-a purer religion is flourishing throughout the world.

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