What Does John 19:26-27 Mean To You ?


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Selie Visa Profile
Selie Visa answered
John 19:26 When Jesus saw his mother there, and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, "Dear woman, here is your son," 27 and to the disciple, "Here is your mother." From that time on, this disciple took her into his home.

The anguish and terror of Jesus' mother at the Crucifixion must have been indescribable. His tender concern for her in the hour of his mortal agony illustrates his true humanity and compassion. On the assumption that John was "the disciple whom he loved," it could well be that Jesus consigned his mother to John's care.

Jesus was dying on the cross. But He was not thinking about Himself, He was concerned with love for others. The first thing He did on the cross was to ask forgiveness for those who beat Him, for those who put a crown of thorn on His head to humiliate Him and for those who viciously nailed Him to the cross.

And He was also thinking about the welfare of His mother. When Jesus put her in the care of John, He was endorsing the commandment "Honor your father and your mothers".
carlene welch Profile
carlene welch answered
Christ was concerned about the welfare of His mother in His dying hour.Joseph was now dead and His brethren  were not yet convinced that He was the Messiah. He turned His mother over to the care of the disciples. Genaveve
Jane  Snow Profile
Jane Snow answered
This was when Jesus was on the cross and he was saying  to care for his mother and that his mother this your son and then he took her home and took care of her as his mother and she accepted him as her son.just like there maybe people needing to be cared for whether your own child or someone elses but whoever it maybe then we can except them like a mother or a child because we can be a mother figure or a child figure to any thats in need of care but we just have to be willing to embrace them as Jesus did or shall I say as he did with Jesus mother he took her in to his house just as she was his mother. This says a lot about unconditional love and how it is expressed. This what I see in it

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