Luke 12:51

But rather division (all h diamerismon). Peace at any price is not the purpose of Christ. It is a pity for family jars to come, but loyalty to Christ counts more than all else. These ringing words ( Luke 12:51-53 ) occur in Matthew 10:34-36 in the address to the Twelve for the Galilean tour. See discussion of details there. These family feuds are inevitable where only part cleave to Christ. In Matthew we have kata with the genitive whereas in Luke it is epi with the dative (and accusative once).