Jesus' Miracles

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Jesus' miracles relieved the suffering and grief of many. Reading about His miracles here can help increase your faith. Jesus is the Son of God and one the greatest miracle of all was that He suffered and died for our sins and was resurrected. (Read more about His miracles below.)

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Some of the miracles Jesus performed in the Bible:

Jesus fasted for 40 days in the wilderness and was tempted by the devil. He was tempted in 3 ways. Review how we was tempted by taking a look at the following scriptures. (Matthew 4:1-11, Luke 4:1-13.) The miracle is that Jesus, being the Son of God was able to have the stamina to fast for 40 days with no food or water.

Shortly after the beginning of Jesus' ministry, He was at a wedding feast and performed the miracle of turning the water to wine. (John 1:15-36.)

Peter, James and John, after fishing all night with no success, then lowered their nets at the Lord's command and filled their nets so full that they began to break. (Luke 5:1-11.)

Raising of Jairus's daughter from the dead. (Matthew 9:18-19, 23-26; Mark 5:21-24, 35-43; Luke 8:41-42, 49-56.)

A woman had an issue of blood (uncontrolled bleeding) 12 years and she touched His clothes and was healed. He felt that virtue had gone out of Him and asked, "Who touched me?" (Matthew 9:20-22, Mark 5:25-34, Luke 8:43-48.)

Raising of a widow's son from the dead in the city Nain. (Luke 7:11-15.)

Jesus controlled the elements and calmed the storm on the Sea of Galilee. (Mark 4:36-41, Luke 8:22-25.)

Jesus casts the unclean spirits out of a man into swine. (Mark 5:1-20.)

Just after the death of John the Baptist, Jesus was teaching the people in a desert place and it began to be late and the people were hungry. Then from five loaves of bread and two fishes, Jesus fed a multitude of 5,000. (Matthew 14:16-21 , Mark 6:33-44, Luke 9:11-17, John 6:5-14.)

After feeding the 5,000, Jesus sent the multitude away and went up into a mount to pray. The apostles went on ahead by ship on the sea of Galilee. To reach the vessel, Jesus walked on water. Peter also walked on water for a time until he lost his faith or confidence. (Matthew 14:22-33, Mark 6:45-52.)

Healing of the blind man on the Sabbath. Jesus' disciples asked him who had sinned, the man or his parents (since he was born blind). Jesus said neither and healed the man. (John 9:1-41.)

Raising of Lazarus from the dead. (John 11:1-45.)

The healing of 10 lepers is a great story of faith, healing as well as the importance of gratitude. (Luke 17:12-14.)

In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus suffered for the sins of all the world. So great was His suffering that "his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling to the ground", and an angel came to comfort Him. (Matthew 26:36-46, Mark 14:32-42, Luke 22:39-46.)

One of the greatest miracles of all was that Jesus was resurrected. He came back to life three days after dying. He conquered death and opened the door for all of us to be resurrected. (Matthew 28:2-8, Mark 16:5-8, Luke 24:4-8.)

As we study and learn more about the Jesus' miracles, our faith increases. Jesus truly was the Son of God and performed miracles by the power of God.

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