It is neither fit for the land
For the manuring of it, when it has lost its savour and spirit; otherwise it makes land fruitful, if too much is not used, and especially fixed salts have this use; though Pliny says F15,
``every place in which salt is found, it is barren and brings forth nothing.''Nor yet for the dunghill;
but men cast it out;
into the streets, as entirely useless: and so such graceless professors and ministers, are to be cast out of the churches of Christ now, and will be excluded the kingdom of heaven hereafter:
he that hath ears to hear, let him hear;
this being a point of great importance and consequence; (See Gill on Matthew 11:15).