The first is actually Matthew 8:15
Here is the note from NABRE:
- [8:14–15] Cf. Mk 1:29–31. Unlike Mark, Matthew has no implied request by others for the woman’s cure. Jesus acts on his own initiative, and the cured woman rises and waits not on “them” (Mk 1:31) but on him.
The bold is not mine, but rather it was in the note as written. In this case, it is Jesus she waits on.
Luke 438-39 (Very similar to Mark 1:29-31)
The Cure of Simon’s Mother-in-Law.
38 After he left the synagogue, he entered the house of Simon.* Simon’s mother-in-law was afflicted with a severe fever, and they interceded with him about her. 39 He stood over her, rebuked the fever, and it left her. She got up immediately and waited on them.
Both Luke and Mark indicate she waited on all of them who had come along with Jesus, I presume.
Why do you ask? The Gospels often have slightly different details, but they are still inspired and inerrent because the truths they are revealing are inerrent.It isn’t about a word by word comparison, but about the lessons that are taught to us.