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  1. Matthew 20:20-28 New Life Version The Mother of James and John Asks Jesus Something Hard 20 The mother of Zebedee’s children (James and John) came to Jesus with her sons. She got down on her knees before Jesus to ask something of Him. 21 He said to her, “What do you want?”

  2. Sep 12, 2021 · September 12, 2021 There are many women named Mary in the New Testament of the Bible. One is identified by the names of her boys: Mary, the mother of James and Joseph. This Mary is one of a handful of women noted for following Jesus and caring for his needs. Like Salome, Joanna, and Susanna, we acknowledge Mary’s key role in Jesus’s ministry.

  3. Mary the mother of James and Joses. --In St. Mark ( Mark 15:40) she is described as the mother of "James the Less" (or, better, the Little) "and Joses," the epithet distinguishing the former from James the son of Zebedee, and possibly also from James the son of Alphaeus.

  4. He thinks Mark’s “Mary the mother of James and Joses” should probably be identified with John’s “Mary the wife of Clopas,” whom Brown isolates from John’s mother of Jesus. [51] Although the tradition of Mary Magdalene and another Mary remained fixed as to the first two identities, he suggests that each of the evangelists appeared ...

  5. The mother of James and John was named Salome ( Matthew 27:56 compared with Mark 15:40; Mark 16:1 ); she had left her husband Zebedee ( Mark 1:20) in Galilee (unless, as is more probable from the terms in which she is introduced, he was now dead), and followed Jesus in the band of holy women who attended on him and ministered to him of their …

  6. Jan 4, 2022 · One Salome was righteous; the other unrighteous. The righteous Salome was the wife of Zebedee ( Matthew 27:56 ), the mother of the disciples James and John, and a female follower of Jesus. This Salome was the one who came to Jesus with the request that her sons sit in places of honor in the kingdom ( Matthew 20:20–21 ).

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    The identity of the other women in the parallel passages in Matthew 27:56 and Mark 15:40 is given as Mary Magdalene, "Mary the mother of James and Joses," and "Salome the mother of Zebedee's children" (Matthew), "Salome" (Mark). Luke does not mention the women watching near the cross. The parallels continue again with accounts of the burial.

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