“These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brethren.”
King James Version (KJV)
1:14 His brethren - His near kinsmen, who for some time did not believe; it seems not till near his death.
Ac 1:14 These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication. The latter clause is omitted in the Revised Version. They were waiting for the "promise of the Father" (Ac 1:4), and the time was spent in worship. There were ten days of prayer, the best preparation for the Pentecostal blessing; an example to all churches which seek an ingathering of souls. With the women. Especially those women who had followed and ministered to the Lord, lingered at his cross, and at his tomb. Mary. This is the last time she is named in the sacred history. Tradition reports that she lived until the near the time of the overthrow of Jerusalem. His brethren. The sons of Joseph and Mary. One of them, James, was afterwards the James of Jerusalem and the author of the Epistle of James. See Ac 15:13 Mt 13:55. They were unbelievers six months before (Joh 7:5), but now believed. James had seen the risen Lord (1Co 15:7).