Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

And they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for his name.

Shame

General references

Bible References

Rejoicing

Acts 16:23
After beating them severely, they threw them in jail and ordered the jailor to have them securely guarded.
Matthew 5:10
"Those persons who have suffered for trying to do what is right will be blessed because the kingdom of heaven belongs to them.
Luke 6:22
You are blessed when men hate you and withdraw their fellowship from you and speak abusively about you and reject your name as evil, [all] for being loyal to the Son of man.
Romans 5:3
And not only this, but we also rejoice in our troubles, knowing that [experiencing] troubles produces endurance;
2 Corinthians 12:10
So, I am pleased to [endure] weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions and difficulties, [all] for Christ's sake. For when I am weak [physically], then I am strong [spiritually].
Philippians 1:29
Because God has granted you [the privilege], on behalf of Christ, not only to believe in Him, but also to suffer for His sake.
Hebrews 10:34
For you showed sympathy for those who were in prison and accepted it joyfully when your [own] possessions were taken away, [because] you knew that you yourselves had a better and more permanent possession [in heaven].
James 1:2
Consider it [an occasion for] much joy, my brothers, when you experience various trials,
1 Peter 4:13
You should rejoice that you are sharing some of what Christ has suffered, so that you will get to rejoice all the more when He returns in His splendor.

Shame

Hebrews 12:2
We should fix our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and completer of the [or, "our"] faith. [Note: Jesus is here pictured as the one who completely fulfills the life of faith, or who provides us with the ability to live such a life]. [And] because He could look forward to joy, He endured the cross, despising its shame, and has sat down at the right side of God's throne.

General references

Luke 23:16
Therefore, I will have him punished and [then] release him." {{Some ancient manuscripts include verse
Hebrews 13:13
So, we should go out to Him, outside of the camp [Note: This probably signifies separating from the whole system of Judaism, as well as full commitment to Christ], bearing the abuse that He suffered.