Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Matthew 21|
| 1 ||Christ rides into Jerusalem upon an ass; |
|12 ||drives the buyers and sellers out of the temple; |
|17 ||curses the fig-tree; |
|23 ||puts to silence the priests and elders, |
|28 ||and rebukes them by the similitude of the two sons, |
|33 ||and the husbandmen who slew such as were sent to them. |
Matthew 21:17 (King James Version)
And he left them, and went out of the city into Bethany; and he lodged there.
- he left
- 16:4 Jeremiah 6:8 ; Hosea 9:12 ; Mark 3:7 ; Luke 8:37 Luke 8:38
- Bethany was a village to the east of the mount of Olives, on the road to Jericho; fifteen stadia, (Joh. 11:18 ) or nearly two miles, as Jerome states, from Jerusalem. This village is now small and poor, and the cultivation of the soil around it is much neglected; but it is a pleasant, romantic spot, shaded by the mount of Olives, and abounding in vines and long grass. It consists of from thirty to forty dwellings inhabited by about 600 ; Mohammedans, for whose use there is a neat little mosque standing on an eminence. Here they shew the ruins of a sort of castle as the house of Lazarus, and a grotto as his tomb; and the house of Simon the leper, of Mary Magdalene and of Martha, and the identical tree which our Lord cursed, are among the monkish curiosities of the place.
- Mark 11:11 Mark 11:19 ; Luke 10:38 ; John 11:1 John 11:18 ; 12:1-3