Luke 19:45

Then Jesus entered the Temple and began to drive out those who sold [things there],

Matthew 21:12-13

Then Jesus entered the Temple of God and drove out all those who bought and sold things there. He upset the tables of the cashiers [i.e., those who exchanged foreign coins] and the benches of those who sold pigeons [for sacrifices].

Mark 11:15-17

Then they entered Jerusalem and Jesus went into the Temple and began to drive out those who bought and sold [animals for sacrifice]. He upset the tables of the cashiers [i.e., those who exchanged foreign coins] and the benches of those who sold pigeons [for sacrifices].

Mark 11:15-26

Then they entered Jerusalem and Jesus went into the Temple and began to drive out those who bought and sold [animals for sacrifice]. He upset the tables of the cashiers [i.e., those who exchanged foreign coins] and the benches of those who sold pigeons [for sacrifices].

John 2:13-17

Now the Jewish Passover Festival was soon [to be held], so Jesus went up to Jerusalem [to attend it].

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

And he went into the temple, and began to cast out them that sold therein, and them that bought;

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Bible References

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Matthew 21:12
Then Jesus entered the Temple of God and drove out all those who bought and sold things there. He upset the tables of the cashiers [i.e., those who exchanged foreign coins] and the benches of those who sold pigeons [for sacrifices].
Mark 11:15
Then they entered Jerusalem and Jesus went into the Temple and began to drive out those who bought and sold [animals for sacrifice]. He upset the tables of the cashiers [i.e., those who exchanged foreign coins] and the benches of those who sold pigeons [for sacrifices].
John 2:13
Now the Jewish Passover Festival was soon [to be held], so Jesus went up to Jerusalem [to attend it].

General references

John 2:14
There in the Temple [area] He found people selling oxen, sheep and pigeons. [i.e., for use as sacrifices]. Also cashiers were sitting there. [Note: These people exchanged foreign coins so visitors to Jerusalem could make purchases and pay taxes].