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Miracles of Jesus - Eyewitness Testimony

The miracles of Jesus range from changing water into wine to healing the lame and the blind. How do we know He did these things? We have the eyewitness testimony of four gospel writers, who record at least 35 miracles of Jesus. (For a complete list of Christ's miracles and where in Scripture you can find them, click on the link at the bottom of this page.)

Miracles of Jesus - What Are They?

A miracle of Jesus would be defined by the Merriam Webster dictionary as "an extraordinary event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs, or as an extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing, or accomplishment." According to the Biblical Studies Foundation, a miracle "is an unusual and significant event (terasa) which requires the working of a supernatural agent (dunamis) and is performed for the purpose of authenticating the message or the messenger (semeion)."

While there are many explanations for what a miracle is, we can probably all agree that the word "miracle" describes an event that occurs outside the bounds of natural law, and which is beneficial in its result. During the course of His three-year public ministry, Jesus performed miracles that demonstrated His ability to heal, to master the elements, to affect the outcome of our endeavors, and even to raise the dead. Every one of His miracles occurred outside the bounds of natural law, and all of them had a beneficial result.

Miracles of Jesus - What Lessons Can We Learn from Them Today?
If we look at just the first miracle of Jesus, recorded in John 2:1-11, we learn a lot about this singular Man. First, even though He was God and "on mission," He took time to go to a wedding. Jesus loved people; He came to be with and save people. Do you value your relationships and look for ways to bless others when you are with them?

Second, Jesus turned water into wine at His mother's request. Did Mary expect Him to do a miracle? We don't know that, but we can see from the verses that Mary clearly relied on and had faith in her Son to be able to fix a bad situation. Who do you turn to in times of trouble? Are you relying on someone you can trust to do the right thing?

Third, when Jesus performed this miracle, He was demonstrating His power over nature. When His disciples saw this, John tells us, they believed. Also, Jesus didn't settle for just ordinary wine, but turned the water into the finest of wines, showing Himself to be a Man full of the joy of life. Have you been searching everywhere for truth, but putting off Christ for last? Why wait? Do you believe Jesus is the Son of God? Have you thought that being a Christian is to live a dull, boring life? Jesus wants you to believe as His disciples did, and the experience promises to be dynamic, exciting and life-changing.

Does Jesus still perform miracles today? After all, we don't see Him physically walking in our midst - or do we? Do you know someone who has been healed or whose life has been transformed by a relationship with Christ? Then you have seen a modern-day miracle of Jesus. You, too, can be an eyewitness to a miracle of Christ. Like Mary, you can ask Him, believing He will do what is best for you. Let a miracle of Jesus begin in your heart right now.

Miracles of Jesus: The List
  • Turning water into wine (John 2:1-11)
  • Healing of a nobleman's son (John 4:46-54)
  • Delivering a man in the synagogue from demonic spirits (Mark 1:21-28; Luke 4:31-37)
  • Healing Peter's mother-in-law (Mark 1:29-31; Luke 4:38-39; Matthew 8:14-15)
  • The first of two nets of fish and the calling of His first disciples (Luke 5:1-11)
  • Cleansing a leper (Mark 1:40-45; Matthew 8:1-4)
  • Healing a paralytic (Mark 2:1-12; Matthew 9:2-8; Luke 5:17-26)
  • Healing of the man at Bethesda (John 5:1-15)
  • Healing a man with a withered hand (Luke 6:6-11; Matthew 12:9-13; Mark 3:1-5)
  • Healing the Centurion's servant (Luke 7: 1-10; Matthew 8:5-13)
  • Raising the widow's son (Luke 7:11-16)
  • Casting out a dumb and blind spirit (Luke 11:14-26; Matthew 12:22-32; Mark 3:22-30)
  • Calming a storm (Mark 4:35-41; Matthew 8:18-27; Luke 8:22-25)
  • Healing a man possessed by demons at Gadara (Mark 5:1-20; Matthew 8:28; Luke 8:26)
  • Healing a woman with an issue of blood (Mark 5:25-34; Matthew 9:18-26; Luke 8:40-56)
  • Raising Jairus' daughter (Mark 5:21-43)
  • Healing of two blind men (Matthew 9:27-31
  • Casting out a spirit (Matthew 9:32-34)
  • Feeding 5,000 with five loaves and two fish (John 6:1-14; Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:32-44; Luke 9:10-17)
  • Walking on water (Matthew 14:22-33; John 6:15-21; Mark 6:45-52)
  • Delivering the Syrophoenician's daughter (Matthew 15:21-28)
  • Healing a deaf and dumb man (Mark 7:31-37)
  • Feeding another 4,000-plus (Mark 8:1-10; Matthew 15:32)
  • Healing the blind man of Bethsaida (Mark 8:22-26)
  • Casting demons out of a lunatic boy (Mark 9:14-29; Matthew 17:14-21; Luke 9:37-42)
  • Pulling a coin from the mouth of a fish (Matthew 17:24-27)
  • Healing a man born blind (John 9:1-41)
  • Healing a woman with an 18-year infirmity (Luke 13:10-17)
  • Healing a man with dropsy (or edema) (Luke 14:1-6)
  • Raising Lazarus (John 11:1-46)
  • Cleansing of ten lepers (Luke 17:11-19)
  • Healing blind Bartimeaus (Mark 10:46-52)
  • Cursing the fig tree (Mark 11:12-26)
  • Healing of Malchus' ear (Luke 22:49-51)
  • A second net of fish (John 21:1-12)