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katapi HOME The Cleansing of the Temple.: Mt.21.12-17  (Mk.11.15-19  Lk.19.45-48  Jn.2.13-22  ) | NEB Index | notes
Matthew: 21
12 Jesus then went into the temple and drove out all who were buying and selling in the temple precincts; he upset the tables of the money-changers and the seats of the dealers in pigeons;
Mark: 11
15 So they came to Jerusalem, and he went into the temple and began driving out those who bought and sold in the temple. He upset the tables of the money-changers and the seats of the dealers in pigeons; 16 and he would not allow anyone to use the temple court as a thoroughfare for carrying goods. 17 Then he began to teach them, and said, 'Does not Scripture say, "My house shall be called a house of prayer for all the nations"? But you have made it a robbers' cave.' 18 The chief priests and the doctors of the law heard of this and sought some means of making away with him; for they were afraid of him, because the whole crowd was spellbound by his teaching. 19 And when evening came he went out of the city.
Luke: 19
45 Then he went into the temple and began driving out the traders, with these words: 46 'Scripture says, "My house shall be a house of prayer", but you have made it a robbers' cave.'
47 Day by day he taught in the temple. And the chief priests and lawyers were bent on making an end of him, with the support of the leading citizens, 48 but found they were helpless, because the people all hung upon his words.
John: 2
13 As it was near the time of the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 14 There he found in the temple the dealers in cattle, sheep, and pigeons, and the money-changers seated at their tables. 15 Jesus made a whip of cords and drove them out of the temple, sheep, cattle, and all. He upset the tables of the money-changers, scattering their coins. 16 Then he turned on the dealers in pigeons: 'Take them out,' he said; 'you must not turn my Father's house into a market.' 17 His disciples recalled the words of Scripture, 'Zeal for thy house shall destroy me.' 18 The Jews challenged Jesus: 'What sign', they asked, 'can you show as authority for your action?' 19 'Destroy this temple,' Jesus replied, 'and in three days I will raise it again.' 20 They said, 'It has taken forty-six years to build this temple. Are you going to raise it again in three days?' 21 But the temple he was speaking of was his body. 22 After his resurrection his disciples recalled what he had said, and they believed the Scripture and the words that Jesus had spoken.

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