by Matt Slick
No, Jesus did not get married. In John 2, at the wedding of Cana Jesus was invited (John 2:2) to the celebration. In that culture, as well as now, you aren’t invited to your own wedding because the wedding can't happen without you. Also, Jesus knew that He was going to be crucified and die (Matt. 20:18-19). He would not have married a woman knowing He would not be able to provide for her later. Also, the Lamb, who is Jesus, will attend the wedding feast as the bridegroom later (Revelation 19:7; 21:9). So, we could say He will be “married” in the future.
Recently, there was the discovery of a payrus document called the "Jesus' wife papyrus," a fragment with several incomplete lines on it. One of the incomplete sentences reads, "Jesus said to them, 'My wife . . . '"
The papyrus fragment was written at least 300 years after the time of Christ. It's spurious at best and cannot be used to support the idea that Jesus was married.
The Gospels are the primary accounts of His life and death. There is nothing mentioned in them or the rest of the New Testament that says Jesus was married. Since the Bible mentions Jesus' mother, father, and brothers, it makes sense to say that it would also have included His wife if He had been married. But since it's not, we must conclude He was not married.