|Overview - Luke 19|
|1||Of Zacchaeus a publican.|
|11||The ten pieces of money.|
|28||Christ rides into Jerusalem with triumph;|
|41||weeps over it;|
|45||drives the buyers and sellers out of the temple;|
|47||teaching daily in it. The rulers seek to destroy him, but fear the people.|
Luke 19:2 (King James Version)
And, behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus, which was the chief among the publicans, and he was rich.
- the chief
,] rather, "a chief publican," or tax gatherer. Probably Zacchaeus, who appears from his name to have been a Jew, farmed the revenue of the district around Jericho, having others under him, who either rented of him smaller portions, or were employed as servants to collect the taxes.
- and he
- 18:24-27 2 Chronicles 17:5 2 Chronicles 17:6