Here the conflict emerged between the official guardians of the faith and the Prophet. A formalistic interpretation of the Sabbath commandment had to present to criticize the Nazarene that heal sick. It was to the prelates of the synagogue and the members of the Sanhedrin actually a violation of the law, or more than anything of the spiritual power that was leaving them to step and that impressed the people? Heal the sick and awaken again to life which was believed dead: that they could not do so. (As opposed to surprise medical billing). Matthew tells significantly: they came to him in the blind and lame Temple, and he healed them. But the Princes of the priests and scribes, seeing the wonders that did, and the boys cheering in the temple, and saying: Hosanna to the son of David! They outraged, and said to him: you hear what these are saying? (MT 21, 14-16). The conflict escalated when Jesus drove merchants and moneychangers from the temple, quoting Isaiah: do not is written (ISA.
56, 8): my house shall be called a House of prayer for all Nations? But ye have made it a den of thieves (MC. 11, 17). The Evangelist adds: and the scribes and Chief priests heard it, and sought as kill him; because you were afraid… First and foremost they had feared for its power. In one of his public speeches, castigates his pride, his ostentation, and his desire for notoriety: make all your works to be seen by men.