Jesus cleaned the temple.
The moment Christ heart stopped beating on the cross the veil of the temple was torn and Father’s spirit left the temple. When Jesus the Christ cleansed the temple in Matthew 21 the Holy Spirit still resided in the Holy of Holies. When Christ enters our hearts the Spirit takes residence in our very beings. (See john 17) Hence, we become a house of prayer. Paul writes in 1Corinthians 6 that we are the temple of the Holy Spirit. The scripture lays out what is necessary for the care of Gods temple. Jesus was quite angry that the money changers would use the temple that Father intended for worship as a place to make money. The question I have is this. How much more angry does he become when a believer chooses to do things with our bodies that he expressly tells us not to do in his word. There are things that a people indulge in that is condemned both in the old and new testament. Remember these are not suggestions they are commands. (Again this hits me as hard as anyone else.) The choices we make have ramifications on us and those around us. A good rule of thumb is this. What I am doing, can I glorify God in it? If the answer is yes, then it is something worth doing. If it is no, that is an indication that the action is not something one should be involved in. If one has to spend time trying to find something that justifies said action it is probably not something one should be involved in. Stop trying to find loop holes, Father does not work in loop holes, but walk in what Father has laid out. Remember Father really does know best.
Go in peace