Treasury of Scripture Knowledge


The baptism of John, whence was it? from heaven, or of men? And they reasoned with themselves, saying, If we shall say, From heaven; he will say unto us, Why did ye not then believe him?

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Matthew 3:1
In those days, John the Immerser went into the desert of Judea preaching [to Jews], saying,
Matthew 11:7
As the messengers [sent by John. See Luke 7:27] went on their way, Jesus began to talk to the crowds about John. [He said], "What did you expect to see when you went out into the desert? A tall stem swaying in the wind?
Matthew 17:12
But I tell you that Elijah has already come, but they [i.e., the Jewish leaders] did not understand who he was, but [instead] did to him what they wanted to. In the same way, the Son of man will also suffer from what the Jews will do."
Mark 1:1
This is [how] the good news about Jesus Christ, the Son of God, began.
Mark 11:27
Jesus and His disciples again came to Jerusalem. As He was walking in the Temple [area] the leading priests, experts in the law of Moses and [Jewish] elders came to Him
Luke 1:11
Just then an angel from the Lord appeared to him, standing at the right side of the incense altar.
Luke 3:2
[During this time], while Annas and Caiaphas [Note: This man was Annas' son-in-law. See John 18:13] were head priests, God's message came to John [the Immerser], son of Zacharias, [when he was] in the desert [of Judea].
Luke 7:28
And I tell you, among [all] those born of women, there is no one greater than John [the Immerser], yet the least significant person in the kingdom of God is greater than he."
John 1:6
There was a man sent from God whose name was John [the Immerser].
John 3:26
These disciples went to John and said to him, "Rabbi, look, that man who was with you on the east side of the Jordan River [i.e., Jesus], whom you testified about, is immersing people and everyone is going to him." [Note: Actually, it was Jesus' disciples who did the immersing. See 4:2].

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Luke 14:4
But they did not say anything. So, Jesus took hold of the [sick] man, and [after] healing him, sent him away.