New Testament Women

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Women in the New Testament–Scriptural References

  • Mary (Matt 1:16, 18-25; 2-11, 13-14, 20-21; Matt 12:46-50; Matt 13:55; Mark 3: 31-35; Mark 6:3; Luke 1:26-56; 2:5-8, 16, 19, 22, 27, 34-35, 43-51; Luke 8: 19-20; John 2:1-5, 12; 6:42; John 19:25-27; Acts 1:14; Gal 4:4)
  • Peter’s Mother-in-law (Matt 8:14-15; Mark 1:30-31; Luke 4:38-39) 
  • Daughter of Jarius (Matt 9: 18-19, 23-26; Mark 5: 22-24, 35-43; Luke 8:41, 49-56) 
  • Wife of Jarius ( Mark 5:40-43; Luke 8:51-56) 
  • Woman with Issue of Blood (Matt 9: 20-22; Mark 5:25-34; Luke 8:43-48) 
  • Christ’s Sisters (Matt 13:56; Mark 6:3) 
  • Herodias (Matt. 14: 1-11; Mark 6:17-28; Luke 3:19-20) 
  • Herodias’ daughter (Matt 14:6-11; Mark: 6: 22-29; Luke 3:19-20) 
  • Women and children among the 5,000 (Matt 14:21) 
  • Women and children among the 4,000 (Matt 15:38) 
  • Syrophenician woman (also called the Woman of Canaan) (Matt 15:21-28, Mark 7:24-30) 
  • Young daughter of the Syrophenician woman (Matt 15:21-28, Mark 7:24-30) 
  • The Mother of Zebedee’s Children (Matt 20:20-23; Matt 27:56) 
  • Woman who Anointed Jesus (Matt 26: 6-13; Mark 14:3-9; John 12:1-8)) 
  • Damsel to whom Peter denied Christ (Matt 26:69; Mark 14:66- 68; John 18: 17) 
  • Maid to whom Peter denied Christ (Matt 26:71: Mark 14: 69-70; Luke 22:56-57) 
  • Wife of Pontius Pilate ( Matt 27:19) 
  • Many women beholding a far off (Matt 27:55-56; mark 15: 40-41) 
  • Mary Magdalene (Matt 27:57, 61; Matt 28:1-10; Mark 15: 40-41,47; 16: 1-8, 9-11; Luke 8:2-3; 24: 1-11, 22-24; John 19:25; 20: 1-3, 11-18) 
  • Mary, the mother of James and Joses (also called “The other Mary”) (Matt 27:56, 61; 28:1-10; Mark 15: 40-41,47; 16: 1-8; Luke 24: 1-11, 22-24) 
  • The Widow who Gave Two Mites (Mark 12:41-44; Luke 21:1-4) 
  • Salome (Mark 15: 40-41; Mark 16: 1-8) 
  • Many other woman which came up with Jesus from Galilee (Mark 15: 40-41) 
  • Elisabeth (Luke 1:5-80) 
  • Anna (Luke 2: 36-38) 
  • Widow of Nain ( Luke 7: 11-17) 
  • Sinner who washed Jesus Feet with her hair (Luke 7:36-50) 
  • Women who had been healed (Luke 8:2-3) 
  • Joanna, the wife of Chuza (Luke 8:2-3; Luke 24: 1-11, 22-24) 
  • Susana (Luke 8:2-3) 
  • Martha (Luke 10: 37-42; John 11: 1-6, 17-27, 34-45; 12:2 ) 
  • Mary of Bethany (Luke 10: 37-42; John 11: 1-5, 17-20, 28-34, 39-45; 12:3-9) 
  • Certain woman of the company (Luke 11:27-28) 
  • Woman with a Spirit of Infirmity ( Luke 13:11-16) 
  • Women which bewailed and lamented ( Luke 23: 27-29) 
  • Women that followed Jesus (Luke 23: 49, 55-56) 
  • Other women at the empty tomb (Luke 24: 1-11, 22-24) 
  • Samaritan Woman at the Well (John 4: 7-42) 
  • Woman Taken in Adultery ( John 8:1-11) 
  • The mother of the Man Born Blind (John 9:2-3, 18-23)
  • Mary, the wife of Cleophas (John 19:25)
  • His Mother’s sister (John 19:25) 
  • Apostles gathered in Prayer and Supplication with the Women (Acts 1:14) 
  • Sapphira (Acts 5:1-11) 
  • New Women Believers (Acts 5: 14) 
  • Widows who were neglected (Acts 6:1) 
  • Women committed to prison by Paul (Acts 8:3; Acts 22:4) 
  • Samaritan women baptized by Philip  (Acts 8:12) 
  • Candance, queen of Ethiopians (Acts 8:27) 
  • Women Persecuted by Paul bring them bound (Acts 9:2)
  • Tabitha/Dorcus (Acts 9:36-42) 
  • Mary, the Mother of John Mark (Acts 12:12; Col 4:10) 
  • Rhoda (Acts 12:13-15) 
  • Devout and Honorable Jewish Women (Acts 13:50) 
  • Eunice (2 Tim 1:15; Acts 16:1—the son of a certain woman) 
  • Lois (2 Tim 1:15) 
  • Women at the Place of Prayer in Philippi (Acts 16:13) 
  • Lydia (Acts 16: 11-15, 40) 
  • Certain Damsel Possessed with a Spirit of Divination (Acts 16:16-19)
  • Chief and Honorable Women of the Greeks (Acts 17:4, 12) 
  • Damaris (Acts 17:34) 
  • Priscilla (Acts 18:2-3, 18-20, 24-26; Rom. 16: 3-5; 1 Cor. 16:19; 2 Tim 4:19) 
  • Wives and children of Tyre (Acts 21:4-6) 
  • Four Daughters of Philip (Acts 21:9) 
  • Paul’s sister (Acts 23:16) 
  • Drusilla (Acts 24:24) 
  • Bernice ( Acts 25:13-14, 23; 26:30) 
  • Phebe (Romans 16:1-2) 
  • Mary of Rome (Rom. 16:6) 
  • Junia (Rom. 16: 7) 
  • Tryphena (Roman 16:12) 
  • Tryphosa (Rom 16:12) 
  • Persis (Rom. 16:12) 
  • Mother of Rufus (Rom. 16: 13) 
  • Sister of Nerus (Rom. 16: 15) 
  • Julia (Rom. 16:15) 
  • Chloe (1 Corinthians 1:11)
  • Euodia (Phillip 4: 2-3) — she is called Euodias in the KJV (a male name) but it is possible she was female
  • Syntyche (Phillip 4:2-3) 
  • Claudia (2 Tim 4:21) 
  • Ye adulterers and adulteresses (James 4:4) 
  • Apphia (Philemon 1:2) 
  • The Elect Lady (2 John) 
  • The Elect Lady’s Sister (2 John 1:13) 
  • Nympha (Colossians 4:15) — called Nymphas in KJV but is possibly female.

Women Written of in the New Testament-From the Old Testament

  • Tamar (Matt. 1:3) 
  • Rahab (Matt 1:5; Heb 11:31; James 2:25) 
  • Ruth (Matt. 1:5) 
  • Bathsheba (Matt. 1:6) 
  • Rachel (2:18) 
  • The Queen of the South (Matt 12:42; Luke 11:31) 
  • Widows in Israel (Luke 4:25) 
  • Widow of Zarephath (Luke 4:25-26) 
  • Wives who were destroyed by the flood (Luke 17:27) 
  • Lot’s wife (Luke 17:32) 
  • Sara (Rom, 4:19; 9:9; Gal 4:22-31; Heb 11:11; 1 Pet. 3:6) 
  • Rebecca (Rom 9:10-12) 
  • Eve (2 Cor. 11:3) 
  • Hagar (Gal 4:22-31) 
  • Jezebel and her children (Rev 2:20-23) 
  • Pharoah’s daughter (Acts 7:21; Heb 11:24-26) 
  • Moses’ parents (Heb 11:23) 
  • Holy women  (1 Peter 3:5) 
  • Women received their dead to life (Heb 11:35-36) 

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