On Mark 14:14
“Jesus puts this question to the Master of the house: ‘where is My refectory where I may eat the passover…?’ This question takes on a much richer meaning if we refer to the Greek text of St. Mark: katalyma mou, My dwelling, My reception room. In this question there is a blending of humility and command. Jesus asks where “His” room is. He demands this with assurance, with the authority of ownership. This room is His, he has engaged it. But He was obliged to borrow it from a man. Jesus begs for my soul in order that He may celebrate His passover meal there. For my soul belongs to Him. He is willing got come as a guest, He demands my hospitality.”
– Jesus: Dialogue with The Saviour by Lev Gillet
Revelations 3:20: Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.