Cleansing of the Temple. The "Cleansing of the Temple" refers to the narrative of Jesus and the money changers and occurs in all four canonical gospels of the New Testament. In this Gospel episode Jesus and his disciples travel to Jerusalem for Passover, where he expels the money changers from the Temple, accusing them of turning the Temple into a den of thieves through their commercial activities. In the Gospel of John Jesus refers to the Temple as “my Father’s house”.
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When the Scribes & Pharisees accused Jesus of making himself "equal to God" (an unthinkable crime!) they were wanting him put to death for this crime. Jesus said at John 8:50 "But I am not seeking glory for myself; there is One that is seeking and judging."(referring to his Father, Jehovah)
Jesus if often depicted as weak, homosexual, sallow-faced (in art and plays) whereas the Bible shows him as manly, courageous, intelligent, humble, and never one to water down the truth. Here he throws the money changers out of his Father's temple.