Luke 7:22

What things ye have seen and heard (a eidete kai hkousate). In Matthew 11:4 , present tense "which ye do hear and see." Rest of verse Matthew 22 23 as in Matthew 11:4-6 , which see for details. Luke mentions no raisings from the dead in verse Matthew 21 , but the language is mainly general, while here it is specific. Skandalizomai used here has the double notion of to trip up and to entrap and in the N.T. always means causing to sin.