Miracles in the New Testament

by Pastor Pat Holliday

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Mark dedicates more of his account to Jesus’ miracles than any of the other Gospel writers. For Mark, these miracles were a demonstration of Jesus’ power. His power over disease, death, to provide food, His authority to forgive sin, the forces of evil, power over evil spirits not in His immediate proximity, power to heal the blind, and even over nature.

Many flocked to Him to be healed and fed. Some wondered who Jesus was. However, others followed Him. Jesus is a miracle worker.

  • Water changed to wine, (Jn. 2:9).
  • Nobleman’s son, (Jn. 4:46).
  • Drought of fishes, (Lk. 5:6).
  • Demoniac in the synagogue, (Mk, 1:26; Lk. 4:35).
  • Peter’s mother-in-law healed, (Matt. 8:14; Mk. 1:31, Lu. 4:38).
  • Cleansing the leper, (Mt. 8:3; Mk. 1:41; Lk. 5:13).
  • Paralytic, (Matt. 9:2; Mk. 2:3; Lk. 5:18).
  • Impotent man healed, (Jn. 5:5).
  • Withered hand, (Mt. 12:10; Mk 3:1; Lk. 6:6).
  • Centurions’ servant, (Mt. 8:5; Lk. 7:2).
  • Raising the widow’s son, (Lk. 7:11).
  • Demoniac, (Mt. 12:22; Lk. 7:11).
  • Tempests stilled, (Mt. 8:26; Mk. 4:39; Lk. 8:24).
  • Raising of Jarius’ daughter, (Mt. 9:18; Mk. 5: 42; Lk. 8:41).
  • Issue of Blood, (Matt. 9:20; Mk. 5:25; Lk. 8:43).
  • Blind men, (Mt. 9:27).
  • Demoniac, (Mt. 9:32).
  • Feeding five thousand, 9Mt. 14:15; Mk 9:41; Lk. 9:12; Jn. 6:5).
  • Walking on the sea, (Mt. 14:25; Mk. 6:26; Lk. 9:37).
  • The daughter of Syro-Phoenician, (Mt. 15:22; Mk. 7:25).
  • Feeding the four thousand, (Mt. 15:32; Mk. 8:8).
  • Deaf and dumb healed, (Mk 7:33).
  • Blind man, (Mk. 8:23).
  • A lunatic child, (Mt. 17:14; Mk. 9:26; Lk. 9:37).
  • Tribute money, (Mt. 17:24).
  • Ten lepers, (Lk. 17:12).
  • Blind man, (Jn. 9:1).
  • Lazarus raised, (Jn. 11).
  • Heals the woman with the spirit of infirmity,( Lk. 13:11).
  • Man with dropsy, (L. 14:2).
  • Blind men. (Mt. 20:30; Mk. 10:46).
  • Cursing the fig-tree, (Mt. 21:19).
  • Malchus healed, (Lk. 22:51).
  • Second drought of fishes, (Jn. 21:6).
  • His resurrection, (Lk. 24:6; Jn. 10:18).
  • Appearing to his disciples. (Mt. 14:14; 15:29-31).
  • Ascension to heaven. (Mk .16:19).

Peter miracle worker

  • Lame man cured, (Act. 3:7).
  • Ananias and Sapphira, (Act 5:5; 5:10).
  • Aeneas, (Acts :34); Dorcas, (Acts 9:40).

Paul is a miracle worker

  • Elymas blinded, (Acts 13:11).
  • Lame man cured, (Acts 14:10).
  • Damsel with the spirit of divination, (Acts 16:18; 19:11).
  • Eutychus restored to life, (Acts 20:10).
  • Viper’s bite, (Acts 28:5).
  • Father of Publius healed, (Acts 28:8.
  • Other special miracles by Paul, (Acts. 14:3; 19.11.

Miracles performed by the disciples and apostles.

  • By the seventy, (Lk. 10-17).
  • By Stephen, (Acts 6:8).
  • By Philip, (Acts 8:6-13).
  • Design of, that men might know the power of the Lord.
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