I do not recognise that the above has anything to do with the teachings of. Jesus, they are to do with Isa in the Quran. Although I am curious why Miriam sister of Moses and the Pharaohs daughter are judged to be the best among women? Or what that has to do with Jesus/Isa and why it is included here.. :/
في الكتاب المقدس : in the bible
أنتم الآن أيها الفريسيون تنقون خارج الكأس وأما باطنكم فمملوء اختطافاً وخبثاً يا أغبياء ! ويل لكم أيها الفريسيون ! . . . فأجاب واحد من النامسيين وقال له : يا معلم ، حين تقول هذا تشتمنا نحن أيضاً . فقال : وويل لكم أنتم أيها الناموسيون ! انجيل لوقا [ 11 : 39 -41]
And the Lord said unto him, Now do ye Pharisees make clean the outside of the cup and the platter; but your inward part is full of ravening and wickedness
Ye fools, did not he that made that which is without make that which is within also?
But rather give alms of such things as ye have; and, behold, all things are clean unto you.
I feel here you have chosen this verse because it makes Jesus to be rude and insulting. This is a case of not understanding what you are reading.. And why would you? It is to be expected as the Bible is not your Holy Book and you do not respect it as such.
To explain... The Pharisees were strict at upholding the law, they believed their salvation depended on their strict adherence to the law.. This became woven into their traditions and they were at risk of selfishness and greed creeping into their works and not realising the fact. In other words they paid more attention to the outward appearances .. Example showed in "make clean the outside of the cup and platter" whilst forgetting that the important thing to God was there inner being and what they felt in their hearts. They had become so wrapped up in their prideful adherence to the law they forgot that giving away their goods and acting charitably towards others was more pleasing to God. By behaving charitably they were more likely to achieve salvation.. Because man cannot be saved by the law alone.
(( يا أولاد الافاعي )) متى [ 3 : 7 ]
But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come
*Pharisees* ~A very numerous sect among the Jews, who, originally were, very probably, a pure and holy people, however..in process of time, they degenerated... Losing the spirit of their institution, as we see in the above account that by making the outside of the cup and platter clean - they observed the rules of their institution, but the spirit was gone.
*Sadducees* ~A sect who denied the existence of angels and spirits, consequently all Divine influence and inspiration, and also the resurrection of the dead
*Come to his baptism* ~The multitudes, who had no worldly interest to support, no character to maintain by living in their usual way, came publicly, and openly acknowledged that they were Sinners; and stood in need of mercy. The others, who endeavored to secure their worldly interests by making a fair show in the flesh, are supposed to have come privately, that they might not be exposed to reproach; and that they might not lose their reputation for wisdom and sanctity, which their consciences, under the preaching of the Baptist, told them they had no right to.
*O generation of vipers*~ A terribly expressive speech. A serpentine brood, from a serpentine stock. As their fathers were, so were they, children of the wicked one. This is God's estimate of a Sinner, whether he be wealthy or famous.The Jews were the seed of the serpent, who should bruise the heel of the woman's seed, and whose head should be bruised by him.
*Who hath warned you* ~ Or shown you...they received their convictions through the ministry of the word Jesus. The multitudes of the poor, who had been convinced of sin, and publicly acknowledged their crimes, and sought mercy. The Pharisees thought they were above such conviction but... God knows.. They may have deceived the people, and deceived themselves thinking as descendants of Abraham they were entitled to Gods Favour. Just as God raises up God can cast down.
*The wrath to come*~ The desolation which was about to fall on the Jewish nation for their wickedness, and threatened in the last words of their own Scriptures. This wrath or curse was coming, they did not prevent it by turning to God, and receiving the Messiah, and therefore the wrath of God was expected upon them.
(( أيها الجهال العميان )) متى [ 23 : 17 ]
Woe unto you, ye blind guides, which say, Whosoever shall swear by the temple, it is nothing; but whosoever shall swear by the gold of the temple, he is a debtor
Whosoever shall swear by the gold...The covetous man still gives preference to the object of his lust.. gold has still the first place in his heart. A man is to be suspected when he recommends those good works most from which he receives most glory to himself instead of giving the glory to God.
(( يا شيطان )) متى [ 16 : 23 ]
But he turned, and said unto Peter, Get thee behind me, Satan: thou art an offence unto me: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but those that be of men
*Get thee behind me, Satan*~ The word "Satan" means "an adversary," or one who opposes us in the accomplishment of our designs.
It is applied to the devil, as the opposer or adversary of man...but there is no evidence that the Lord Jesus meant to apply this term to Peter, as signifying that he was Satan or the devil, or that he used the term in anger. He may have used it in the general sense which the word bore as an adversary or opposer.. and the meaning may be, that such sentiments as Peter expressed then were opposed to him and his plans. His interference was improper. His views and feelings stood in the way of the accomplishment of the Saviour's designs.
*Thou art an offence*~ That is, a stumbling-block. Your advice and wishes are in my way. If followed, they would prevent the very thing for which I came.
*Thou savourest not*~ Literally, thou thinkest not upon; or Peters language and spirit are not such as spring from a supreme regard to the will of God, or from proper views of Him, but such as spring from the common views entertained by people. He was thinking that those things should not be done which God wishes to be done.. Because it was personally painful to himself. Peter was putting His own feelings on the impending death of Jesus before the will of God.
(( أيها الغبيان والبطيئا القلوب في الإيمان ! )) لوقا [ 24 : 25 ]
Then he said unto them, O fools, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken
*O fools*~ Not understanding the designs and works of God..And slow of heart. Unready to believe what the prophets have so largely spoken.
( أرسل رجالاً ليتجسسوا أرض كنعان التي أنا معطيها لبني إسرائيل) . (1- 2 إصحاح 13 العدد)
And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying
Send thou men, that they may search the land of Canaan, which I give unto the children of Israel: of every tribe of their fathers shall ye send a man, every one a ruler among them.