After these things he came down to Capernaum, and his mother, and his brethren, and his disciples; and they dwelled there not many days [and they dwelt there not many days].
And the pask of Jews was nigh, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
And he found in the temple men selling oxen, and sheep, and culvers, and [money-]changers sitting.
And when he had made as it were a scourge of small cords, he drove out all of the temple, and oxen, and sheep [+And when he had made a scourge of small cords, he cast all out of the temple, and sheep, and oxen]; and he shedded [out] the money of changers, and turned upside-down the boards.
And he said to them that sold culvers, Take away from hence these things, and do not ye make the house of my Father an house of merchandise.
And his disciples had mind, for it was written, The fervent love of thine house hath eaten me [The zeal, or fervour of love, of thine house hath eaten me].
Therefore the Jews answered, and said to him, What token showest thou to us [What sign, or token, showest thou to us], that thou doest these things?
Jesus answered, and said to them, Undo ye this temple, and in three days I shall raise it.
Therefore the Jews said to him, In forty and six years this temple was builded, and shalt thou in three days raise it [In forty and six years this temple is built, and thou in three days shalt raise it]?
But he said of the temple of his body.
Therefore when he was risen from death, his disciples had mind, that he said these things of his body [Therefore when he had risen from dead men, his disciples had mind, for he said this thing]; and they believed to the scripture, and to the word that Jesus said.
And when Jesus was at Jerusalem in pask, in the feast day, many believed in his name, seeing his signs that he did [seeing the signs of him which he did].
But Jesus trusted not himself to them, for he knew all men;
and for it was not need to him, that any man should bear witnessing of man, for he knew, what was in man.