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    Was Jesus disproved as the Son of God because he kicked the stuffings out of the money changers?

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    perhaps noah was the greatest money man in the bible:he kept his stock afloat while everyone else was in liquidation...
    Benthere

    Great play on words !

    He did this because they where selling and buying in the temple. Had they been outside he may used a different tactic.

    JESUS always   did and will all-ways have the complete approval of his FATHER JESUS is his only SON.I don't remember where in the OT where this is Zeal for my house that is why JESUS became angry He said this is my FATHER'S house and you have turn it in to a den of thieves ! ! back when they were sacrificing animals and were selling them inside the temple they  where overcharging the people and this "" made JESUS angry.  JESUS then began  turning over the money changer's table's and HE opened the dove  and pigeon cage's JESUS then made a whip of cords and drove them out of the Temple courtyard !!

    Gabalis

    Whoin, thank you my friend, for this wonderful rendering, says what a million words cannot. Let them "SEE/PRECEIVE" it who can. Thanks agin I am move greatly.
    whovin

    You're welcome

    No! Jesus was always approved by his father because of his zeal for His Fathers House. Unlike the rest of us he was a perfect man in Gods eyes.


    (John 2:16-17) . . .Stop making the house of my Father a house of merchandise!” 17 His disciples called to mind that it is written: “The zeal for your house will eat me up.”


    (Psalm 69:9) 9 For sheer zeal for your house has eaten me up,. . .


    Jesus fulfilled some 400 prophesies before, during his life and after his death.
    Hope that is a satisfactory answer.

    The Bible doesn't write that he actually hit anyone...

    Thanks

    Matthew 21:12__Then Jesus went into the temple, threw out everyone who was selling and buying in the temple, and overturned the moneychangers' tables and the chairs of those who sold doves.


    Mark 11:15__to Jerusalem, and Jesus having gone into the temple, began to cast forth those selling
    and buying in the temple, and the tables of the money-changers and the


    John 2:15__Jesus made a whip from some ropes and chased them all out of the Temple. He drove
    out the sheep and cattle, scattered the money changers' coins over the floor


    Did Jesus have a temper?


    Why would Jesus make, need or use a whip?


    Is money bad?


    If so, why would we still be using it?


    Couldn't Jesus (Son of God) just look at sinners and send them running in terror?

    daren1

    EVER STOP AND WONDER JUST HOW LONG AFTER JESUS LEFT THE TEMPLE BEFORE THEY PUT THE TABLES UPRIGHT AND WENT BACK TO BUSSINESS AS USUAL

    Of course, Jesus was disapproved, for He was not a fundamentalist, not worldy; not a money changer.  He taught and blessed openly and freely.  Thus did he defy the scheming, averious policies and contrivance of such churches who ask tribute for such favors as could not be paid for, being concerns of Spirit alone. 

    He was a bit violent, they should have called the police.


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