14, 15. This account is contained also in Mark 1:29-31; and Luke 4:38, 39. Mark adds that Simon and Andrew lived together, and that James and John went with them to the house. He adds, also, that before the miracle they spake to him about the sick person. The miracle was direct and complete. She was so completely restored as to attend them, and minister to them. The mention of “Peter’s wife’s mother,” proves that Peter either then was or had been married. The fair and obvious interpretation is, that his wife was then living, comp. 1 Cor. 9:5; and See Note on 1 Cor. 9:15.
The last link (1 Cor. 9:15) is probably the wrong link. Perhaps going to the Barnes notes entry on 1 Cor. 9:5 would be more applicable.