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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 27th November

JAMES, THE LORD’S BROTHER (1)

Matthew 13. 55; Acts 1. 14; 12. 17; 1 Corinthians 15. 7

There are five different James in the New Testament. The one we are considering is mentioned on only two occasions in the gospels, Matt. 13. 55; Mark 6. 3; the four ‘brethren’ mentioned in these verses were probably children of Mary and Joseph and therefore half brothers of the Lord Jesus. Obviously, they were all born after Him. The order of the names given suggests that James was the eldest of the four. We know that none of them believed in the...

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 27th November

JAMES, THE LORD’S BROTHER (1)

Matthew 13. 55; Acts 1. 14; 12. 17; 1 Corinthians 15. 7

There are five different James in the New Testament. The one we are considering is mentioned on only two occasions in the gospels, Matt. 13. 55; Mark 6. 3; the four ‘brethren’ mentioned in these verses were probably children of Mary and Joseph and therefore half brothers of the Lord Jesus. Obviously, they were all born after Him. The order of the names given suggests that James was the eldest of the four. We know that none of them believed in the...

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 27th November

JAMES, THE LORD’S BROTHER (1)

Matthew 13. 55; Acts 1. 14; 12. 17; 1 Corinthians 15. 7

There are five different James in the New Testament. The one we are considering is mentioned on only two occasions in the gospels, Matt. 13. 55; Mark 6. 3; the four ‘brethren’ mentioned in these verses were probably children of Mary and Joseph and therefore half brothers of the Lord Jesus. Obviously, they were all born after Him. The order of the names given suggests that James was the eldest of the four. We know that none of them believed in the...

 

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