Fruits that never could be eaten: ) Not to eat of the fruit of the revolt (that is, not to practise the revolt) Gn 4.5-16; I Sm 15,23 b) not to eat of the fruit of the disobedience (that is, not practising disobedience) I Sm 15,22 Recommendations: Of the children to the parents Ef 6.1-3; CL 3.20? Of the servants you Ef 6.5-7; Tt 2,9, 10; CL 3.22-25? You to the servants Ef 6.9; CL 4.1? Of the wives to the husbands Tt 2.5; I Pd 3.1? Of the husbands the wives Ef 5.25; I Pd 3.7? Of the church to the shepherds Hb 13.17; I Ts 5.12; I Tm 5,17 c) not to eat of the fruit of the irreverncia (not being irreverent or lacking with respect the sacred things) II Sm 6.7; Ec 5,1, 2; I Co 11,27-30 d) not to eat of the fruit of the misalignment in the home (that is, misunderstanding or yoke -3 – different) II Co 6.14; Is 38,1 e) not to eat of the fruit of the uses and mundane customs Ef 5.11; I Jo 2,15 f) not to eat of the fruit of dither (that is, not being exaltado and not proud) TM 18.3; 23,12 g) Not to eat of the fruit of the egoism (that is, not being dominated for the EGO) Lc 9,49, 50; Fp 2,4 h) not to eat of the fruit of the hatred (not to hate) Lc 9.51-56; TM 5,44 i) not to eat of the fruit of incredulity (not to doubt) TM 13.58; 17.20; Jo 20,27 j) not to eat of the fruit of disinterest TM 7.7; Lc 11.13; Tg 1,5, 6 Is interesting to observe that the culture of the farming of God portraies what any agriculturist makes in its farming, applying defensive and preparing the land. As well as the agriculturist it manages its agricultural farming and goods, in the same way it is in the farming of God. .