Romans 2:22

You say that a person should not commit adultery [i.e., sexual unfaithfulness to their mate], [but] do you commit adultery? You [claim to] hate idols, [but] do you rob [their] temples? [Note: It is difficult to determine how the Jews were doing this. Perhaps they were guilty of the "spirit" of idolatry by devoting their efforts and affections to material things instead of to God].

Acts 19:37

For you have brought these men here --- [men] who have neither desecrated our temple nor defamed our goddess.

Acts 19:37

For you have brought these men here --- [men] who have neither desecrated our temple nor defamed our goddess.

Acts 19:37-10

For you have brought these men here --- [men] who have neither desecrated our temple nor defamed our goddess.

Acts 19:37

For you have brought these men here --- [men] who have neither desecrated our temple nor defamed our goddess.

Acts 19:37

For you have brought these men here --- [men] who have neither desecrated our temple nor defamed our goddess.

Acts 19:37

For you have brought these men here --- [men] who have neither desecrated our temple nor defamed our goddess.

Acts 19:37

For you have brought these men here --- [men] who have neither desecrated our temple nor defamed our goddess.

Matthew 12:39

But He said to them, "It is [only] an evil and unfaithful [i.e., to God] generation of people that looks for a [supernatural] sign. And there will not be any sign given to it except the [supernatural] sign [demonstrated in the life] of Jonah, the prophet.

Matthew 16:4

"It is an evil and spiritually unfaithful generation of people [that keeps on] looking for a [supernatural] sign; but there will be no [such] sign given to it except the sign of Jonah [i.e., being in the huge fish for three days]." Then He left them and went away.

Mark 11:17

Then He taught them, saying, "Is it not written [Isa. 56:7], 'My house [i.e., the Temple] will be called a house of prayer for people of all nations'? But [Jer. 7:11 says], 'You have made it a hideout for thieves.'"

James 4:4

You people who have become unfaithful to God, do you not know that being [intimate] friends with the world [of sin] means hostility toward God? Therefore, whoever determines to be an [intimate] friend of the world becomes an enemy of God.

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

Thou that sayest a man should not commit adultery, dost thou commit adultery? thou that abhorrest idols, dost thou commit sacrilege?

Sacrilege

General references

Bible References

Adultery

Matthew 12:39
But He said to them, "It is [only] an evil and unfaithful [i.e., to God] generation of people that looks for a [supernatural] sign. And there will not be any sign given to it except the [supernatural] sign [demonstrated in the life] of Jonah, the prophet.
Matthew 16:4
"It is an evil and spiritually unfaithful generation of people [that keeps on] looking for a [supernatural] sign; but there will be no [such] sign given to it except the sign of Jonah [i.e., being in the huge fish for three days]." Then He left them and went away.
James 4:4
You people who have become unfaithful to God, do you not know that being [intimate] friends with the world [of sin] means hostility toward God? Therefore, whoever determines to be an [intimate] friend of the world becomes an enemy of God.

Sacrilege

Mark 11:17
Then He taught them, saying, "Is it not written [Isa. 56:7], 'My house [i.e., the Temple] will be called a house of prayer for people of all nations'? But [Jer. 7:11 says], 'You have made it a hideout for thieves.'"

General references

Luke 11:35
Look therefore [to see] whether or not the light that is in you [i.e., your perspective on things] might [actually] be darkness [i.e., a distorted perspective].