The Testament of Mary - Pages 40-50 Summary & Analysis

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When Mary returned home from Cana, she went about her life as usual but she refused to talk to anyone, even the Elders of the Synagogue. She knew people were watching her. She thought of the way her son had grown into a man who was totally unfamiliar to her. Despite the power Jesus held, a power of which she did not understand the source, she loved her son because of that power. She wanted to protect him even more because of what he had become.

Mary had heard that Jesus had run away alone to the mountains. His followers had been on a ship on the sea, which had been caught in a storm. Jesus had appeared to them and had been walking on the water, calming the sea. Mary indicates that she really did not think much about this story.

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