- 1 What was the first miracles Jesus performed?
- 2 What are the 4 miracles Jesus performed?
- 3 Why did Jesus use his power to perform miracles?
- 4 What were the 7 Miracles of Jesus?
- 5 What was Jesus greatest miracle?
- 6 What was Jesus last name?
- 7 How did Jesus heal Peter’s mother in law?
- 8 What was Jesus real name?
- 9 Did Jesus heal the deaf?
- 10 What do Jesus miracles teach us?
- 11 Why did Jesus perform miracles?
- 12 What is the role of God in miracles?
- 13 Why should we believe in miracles?
- 14 What are examples of miracles?
What was the first miracles Jesus performed?
The transformation of water into wine at the Marriage at Cana or Wedding at Cana is the first miracle attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of John.
What are the 4 miracles Jesus performed?
The Miracles of Jesus
- The raising of the widow’s son.
- The feeding of the 5,000.
- The healing of a paralysed man.
- The stilling of the storm.
- The resurrection.
Why did Jesus use his power to perform miracles?
1) reasons why Jesus performed miracles To indicate that the power and presence of God was with him. To show that Jesus was a universal savior. He healed both Jews and Gentiles. They were responses of faith from those suffering to show he had power to destroy the kingdom of the devil and establish God’s kingdom.
What were the 7 Miracles of Jesus?
Seven Signs Changing water into wine at Cana in John 2:1-11 – “the first of the signs” Healing the royal official’s son in Capernaum in John 4:46-54. Healing the paralytic at Bethesda in John 5:1-15. Feeding the 5000 in John 6:5-14.
What was Jesus greatest miracle?
After Christ’s historic death on the cross and resurrection from the dead, Jesus was seen by more than 500 eyewitnesses over a 40-day period. Imagine being one of those people who witnessed His “many infallible proofs.” Conquering death, through His bodily resurrection, is truly the greatest miracle ever.
What was Jesus last name?
When Jesus was born, no last name was given. He was simply known as Jesus but not of Joseph, even though he recognized Joseph as his earthly father, he knew a greater father from which he was his loin. But since he was of his mother’s womb, he could be referred to as Jesus of Mary.
How did Jesus heal Peter’s mother in law?
The fifth documented miracle of Jesus was the healing of Simon Peter’s mother-in-law and was recorded in several of the Gospels including Luke 4:38-41. Now Simon Peter’s mother-in-law was suffering from a high fever, and they asked Jesus to help her. So He bent over her and rebuked the fever, and it left her.
What was Jesus real name?
Jesus’ name in Hebrew was “ Yeshua” which translates to English as Joshua.
Did Jesus heal the deaf?
In Mark 7:31-37, we learn that Jesus healed a man who was deaf and mute. Mark was the only Evangelist to record this miracle.
What do Jesus miracles teach us?
Miracles showed the compassion Jesus had for people. This can be seen when Jesus healed the paralysed man because of the faith of his friends. This teaches us to have faith. Miracles demonstrated the close relationship Jesus had with God, his Father.
Why did Jesus perform miracles?
It is because the Bible teaches that Jesus is God in the flesh. Jesus provides us with a portrait of God. A second reason Jesus performed miracles was to affirm his true identity as the Son of God. One detail that stands about the miracles of Jesus is how few he actually performed.
What is the role of God in miracles?
Generally speaking, miracles can be considered to be natural and unnatural acts of God or series of unlikely events occurring concurrently– coincidences. I believe miracles and coincidences can both be seen as a series of unlikely event, but miracles have a God component to it.
Why should we believe in miracles?
According to this answer, many people believe in miracles because they want to think that they take place. One can argue that belief in miraculous healing is particularly common because people want to remain hopeful even when they suffer a serious illness or injury.
What are examples of miracles?
Dramatic events: Events like a terminal cancer patient’s spontaneous remission or a religious figure’s apparition may capture your attention as miracles. Dramatic occurrences such as an earthquake victim who’s rescued after many days underneath rubble often are touted as miracles in the news.