Is there greater evidence of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
Sep 22, Fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree.
However, over the years I have wondered just how accurate that maxim is.
It is cliché to say that someone is a chip off the old block and that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, but clichés are clichés because they are commonly held to be true. Those who are intimately connected to Jesus Christ and draw their life from Him, will in turn, produce righteous or good fruit. acorn. n the fruit of the oak tree, consisting of a smooth thick-walled nut in a woody scaly cuplike base. (C a variant (through influence of corn) of Old English æcern the fruit of a tree, acorn; related to Gothic akran fruit, yield) acorn barnacle, shell.
Aug 28, The Acorn Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree. For those that have read about me, you may recall that I have two boys–DivvySon1 and DivvySon2, hereafter referred to as DS1 and DS2–but what I haven’t discussed is how they are quite the polar opposites when it comes to finances. I am sure many are familiar with the phrase “The acorn (or nut Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Oct 11, As Barack Obama says--"The ACORN does not fall far from the tree." Well, aside from all that, Obama had no relationship with ACORN whatsoever.
What a putz. Update: Dan Riehl describes how ACORN helped Barack Obama win in Does this sound like the way a federally funded, non-partisan group should?Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. It is a minor gaffe, in a sense. Usually people say, “The fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree.” or I’ve even heard “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” I have NEVER heard (until this little gaffe): “The ACORN doesn’t fall far from the tree.” Obviously, he has ACORN on his mind.