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"Miracles of Jesus"

The miracles of Jesus, according to "Webster's New world Dictionary," are "events or actions that contradict known scientific laws."

Three times Jesus raised the dead; He gave sight to the blind, healed leprosy, deafness, paralysis, fever, shriveled limbs, an amputated ear, muteness, hemorrhaging.

In one town, "He healed all that were brought to Him;" and yet, according to His Disciple, John, only a small number of the things He did were recorded. (John 21:25)

Perhaps you witnessed someone being healed by prayer, or whose life was transformed by his or her commitment to Christ. If so, you have seen Jesus at work in the 21st century.

The links below lead to the miracles by Jesus that are recorded in only one of the Gospels, and those that are recorded in more than one, with some in all four Gospels.


"The Miracles of Jesus"

Found in Matthew

Found in Mark

Found in Luke

Found in John



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