Miracles of Jesus Christ

While the Lord Jesus Christ walked on this earth, he performed several miracles. Only few are recorded in the gospels. And these miracles are given below:

As the apostle John says: “Jesus did many other miraculous signs that his followers saw, which are not written in this book. But these are written so that you can believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. Then, by believing, you can have life through his name.”

John 20:30,31


The wedding at Cana

John 2:1-11


Jesus heals  an official’s son

John 4:46-54


Jesus heals Peter's mother-in-law

(Matthew 8:14-15, Mark 1:29-31, Luke 4:38-39)


Healing a leper

(Matthew 8:1-3, Mark 1:40-42)


Jesus heals an officer’s servant 

(Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:1-10)


Jesus heals a crippled man

(Matthew 9:1-8, Mark 2:1-12, Luke 5:18-26)


Jesus heals a man on the Sabbath Day

(Matthew 12:9-14, Mark 3:1-6)


Calming the stormy sea

(Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25)


Jesus sends demons out of two men

(Matthew 8:28-32, Mark 5:1-13, Luke 8:26-33)


Jesus heals a sick woman

(Matthew 9:20-22, Mark 5:25-34, Luke 8:43-48)


Raising Jairus' daughter (Jesus gives life to a dead girl)

(Matthew 9:18-19, 23-25; Mark 5:22-24, 35-43; Luke 8:41-42, 49-56)


Healing two blind men

(Matthew 9:27-31)


Healing a mute demoniac

(Matthew 9:32-33)


Jesus feeds More Than 5000 men

(Matthew 14:16-21, Mark 6:35-44, Luke 9:12-17, John 6:5-14)


Jesus walks on water

(Matthew 14:22-33, Mark 6:45-52, John 6:16-21)


Jesus helps a non-jewish woman

(Matthew 15:21-28, Mark 7:24-30)


Jesus feeds more than 4000

(Matthew 15:32-39, Mark 8:1-10)


Jesus frees a boy from an evil spirit

(Matthew 17:14-21, Mark 9:17-29, Luke 9:37-43)


Catching a fish with a coin in its mouth

(Matthew 17:24-27)


Healing a blind and mute demoniac

(Matthew 12:22, Luke 11:14)


Jesus frees a man from an evil spirit

(Mark 1:21-28, Luke 4:33-37)


Jesus heals a deaf man

(Mark 7:31-37)


Jesus heals a blind man in Bethsaida

(Mark 8:22-26)


Jesus heals a blind man 

(Mark 10:46-52)


Catching a large number of fish

(Luke 5:3-10)


Jesus brings a woman’s son back to life

(Luke 7:11-17)


Jesus heals a woman on the Sabbath 

(Luke 13:10-13)


Healing a man with dropsy

(Luke 14:1-6)


Healing 10 lepers

(Luke 17:11-19)


Restoring a severed ear

(Luke 22:45-54)


Jesus heals a man at a pool

(John 5:5-17)


Jesus heals a man born blind

(John 9:1-41)


The death of Lazarus

(John 11:1-44)


Catching a great number of fish

(John 21:4-11)

The Wedding At Cana John 2:1-11 

1 Two days later there was a wedding in the town of Cana in Galilee, and Jesus’ mother was there. 2 Jesus and his followers were also invited. 3 At the wedding there was not enough wine, so Jesus’ mother said to him, “They have no more wine.” 4 Jesus answered, “Dear woman, why are you telling me this? It is not yet time for me to begin my work.”5 His mother said to the servants, “Do what he tells you.” 
6 There were six large stone water pots there that were used by the Jews in their washing ceremonies. Each one held about 20 or 30 gallons. 7 Jesus said to the servants, “Fill the water pots with water.” So they filled them to the top. 8 Then he said to them, “Now dip out some water and take it to the man in charge of the feast.” So they did what he said. 9 Then the man in charge tasted it, but the water had become wine. He did not know where the wine had come from, but the servants who brought the water knew. He called the bridegroom10 and said to him, “People always serve the best wine first. Later, when the guests are drunk, they serve the cheaper wine. But you have saved the best wine until now.” 11 This was the first of all the miraculous signs Jesus did. He did it in the town of Cana in Galilee. By this he showed his divine greatness, and his followers believed in him.

Jesus Heals An Official's Son John 4:46-54 

46 Jesus went to visit Cana in Galilee again. Cana is where he had changed the water into wine. One of the king’s important officials lived in the city of Capernaum. This man’s son was sick. 47 The man heard that Jesus had come from Judea and was now in Galilee. So he went to Jesus and begged him to come to Capernaum and heal his son, who was almost dead. 48 Jesus said to him, “You people must see miraculous signs and wonders before you will believe in me.” 49 The king’s official said, “Sir, come before my little son dies.” 50 Jesus answered, “Go. Your son will live.” The man believed what Jesus told him and went home. 51 On the way home the man’s servants came and met him. They said, “Your son is well.” 52 The man asked, “What time did my son begin to get well?” They answered, “It was about one o’clock yesterday when the fever left him.” 53 The father knew that one o’clock was the same time that Jesus had said, “Your son will live.” So the man and everyone in his house believed in Jesus. 54 That was the second miraculous sign that Jesus did after coming from Judea to Galilee.

Jesus Heals Peter's Mother-in-Law Mark 1:29-31

29 Jesus and the followers left the synagogue. They all went with James and John to the home of Simon and Andrew. 30 Simon’s mother-in-law was very sick. She was in bed and had a fever. The people there told Jesus about her. 31 So he went to her bed. Jesus held her hand and helped her stand up. The fever left her, and she was healed. Then she began serving them.

(Parallel References: Matthew 8:14-15, Luke 4:38-39)

Jesus Heals A Sick Man Matthew 8:1-3 

1 Jesus came down from the hill, and a large crowd followed him. 2 Then a man sick with leprosy came to him. The man bowed down before Jesus and said, “Lord, you have the power to heal me if you want.”  3 Jesus touched the man. He said, “I want to heal you. Be healed!” Immediately the man was healed from his leprosy.

(Parallel References : Mark 1:40-42)

Jesus Heals An Officer's Servant Matthew 8:5-13 

5 Jesus went to the city of Capernaum. When he entered the city, an army officer came to him and begged for help. 6 The officer said, “Lord, my servant is very sick at home in bed. He can’t move his body and has much pain.” 7 Jesus said to the officer, “I will go and heal him.” 8 The officer answered, “Lord, I am not good enough for you to come into my house. You need only to give the order, and my servant will be healed. 9 I know this, because I understand authority. There are people who have authority over me, and I have soldiers under my authority. I tell one soldier, ‘Go,’ and he goes. I tell another soldier, ‘Come,’ and he comes. I say to my servant, ‘Do this,’ and my servant obeys me.” 10 When Jesus heard this, he was amazed. He said to those who were with him, “The truth is, this man has more faith than anyone I have found, even in Israel. 11 Many people will come from the east and from the west. These people will sit and eat with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in God’s kingdom. 12 And those who should have the kingdom will be thrown out. They will be thrown outside into the darkness, where people will cry and grind their teeth with pain.” 13 Then Jesus said to the officer, “Go home. Your servant will be healed the way you believed he would.” Right then his servant was healed.

(Parallel References: Luke 7:1-10)

Jesus Heals A Crippled Man Matthew 9:1-8 

1 Jesus got into a boat and went back across the lake to his own town. 2 Some people brought to him a man who was paralyzed and was lying on a mat. Jesus saw that these people had much faith. So he said to the paralyzed man, “Young man, you will be glad to hear this. Your sins are forgiven.” 3 Some of the teachers of the law heard what Jesus said. They said to themselves, “What an insult to God for this man to say that!” 4 Jesus knew what they were thinking. So he said, “Why are you thinking such evil thoughts? 5-6 The Son of Man has power on earth to forgive sins. But how can I prove this to you? Maybe you are thinking it was easy for me to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven.’ There’s no proof that it really happened. But what if I say to the man, ‘Stand up and walk’? Then you will be able to see that I really have this power.” So Jesus said to the paralyzed man, “Stand up. Take your mat and go home.” 7 The man stood up and went home. 8 The people saw this and they were amazed. They praised God for letting someone have such power.

(Parallel References: Mark 2:1-12, Luke 5:18-26)

Jesus Heals A Man On The Sabbath Day Matthew 12:9-14 

9 Jesus went from there to their synagogue. 10 In the synagogue there was a man with a crippled hand. Some Jews there were looking for a reason to accuse Jesus of doing wrong. So they asked him, “Is it right to heal on the Sabbath day?” 11 Jesus answered, “If any of you has a sheep and it falls into a ditch on the Sabbath day, you will take the sheep and help it out of the ditch. 12 Surely a man is more important than a sheep. So it is right to do good on the Sabbath day.” 13 Then Jesus said to the man with the crippled hand, “Hold out your hand.” The man held out his hand, and it became well again, the same as the other hand. 14 But the Pharisees left and made plans to kill Jesus.

(Parallel References: Mark 3:1-6)

Calming The Stormy Sea Mark 4:35-41, 

35 That day, at evening, Jesus said to his followers, “Come with me across the lake.” 36 So they left the crowd behind and went with Jesus in the boat he was already in. There were also other boats that went with them. 37 A very bad wind came up on the lake. The waves were coming over the sides and into the boat, and it was almost full of water. 38 Jesus was inside the boat, sleeping with his head on a pillow. The followers went and woke him. They said, “Teacher, don’t you care about us? We are going to drown!” 39 Jesus stood up and gave a command to the wind and the water. He said, “Quiet! Be still!” Then the wind stopped, and the lake became calm. 40 He said to his followers, “Why are you afraid? Do you still have no faith?” 41 They were very afraid and asked each other, “What kind of man is this? Even the wind and the water obey him!”

(Parallel References: Matthew 8:23-27, Luke 8:22-25)

Jesus Sends Demons Out Of Two Men Matthew 8:28-32 

28 Jesus arrived at the other side of the lake in the country of the Gadarene people. There, two men who had demons inside them came to him. They lived in the burial caves and were so dangerous that no one could use the road by those caves. 29 They came to Jesus and shouted, “What do you want with us, Son of God? Did you come here to punish us before the right time?” 30 Near that place there was a large herd of pigs feeding. 31 The demons begged Jesus, “If you make us leave these men, please send us into that herd of pigs.”32 Jesus said to them, “Go!” So the demons left the men and went into the pigs. Then the whole herd of pigs ran down the hill into the lake, and all were drowned. 33 The men who had the work of caring for the pigs ran away. They went into town and told the people everything that happened, especially about the men who had the demons. 34 Then the whole town went out to see Jesus. When the people saw him, they begged him to leave their area.

(Parallel References: Mark 5:1-13, Luke 8:26-33)

Jesus Heals A Sick Woman Matthew 9:20-22 

20 On the way, there was a woman who had been bleeding for twelve years. She came close behind Jesus and touched the bottom of his coat. 21 She was thinking, “If I can touch his coat, I will be healed.” 22 Jesus turned and saw the woman. He said, “Be happy, dear woman. You are made well because you believed.” Then the woman was healed. 23 Jesus continued going with the Jewish leader and went into the leader’s house. He saw people there who make music for funerals. And he saw a crowd of people crying loudly. 24 Jesus said, “Go away. The girl is not dead. She is only sleeping.” But the people laughed at him. 25 After the people were put out of the house, Jesus went into the girl’s room. He held the girl’s hand, and the girl stood up. 26 The news about this spread all around the area.

(Parellel References: Mark 5:25-34, Luke 8:43-48)

Raising Jairus' Daughter (Jesus Gives Life To A Dead GirlMark 5:22-24, 35-43 

22 A leader of the synagogue came. His name was Jairus. He saw Jesus and bowed down before him. 23 He begged Jesus again and again, saying, “My little daughter is dying. Please come and lay your hands on her. Then she will be healed and will live.” 24 So Jesus went with Jairus. Many people followed Jesus. They were pushing very close around him. 35 While Jesus was still there speaking, some men came from the house of Jairus, the synagogue leader. They said, “Your daughter is dead. There is no need to bother the Teacher.” 
36 But Jesus did not care what the men said. He said to the synagogue leader, “Don’t be afraid; just believe.” 37 Jesus let only Peter, James, and John the brother of James go with him. 38 They went to the synagogue leader’s house, where Jesus saw many people crying loudly. There was a lot of confusion. 39 He entered the house and said, “Why are you people crying and making so much noise? This child is not dead. She is only sleeping.” 40 But everyone laughed at him. Jesus told the people to leave the house. Then he went into the room where the child was. He brought the child’s father and mother and his three followers into the room with him. 41 Then Jesus held the girl’s hand and said to her, “Talitha, koum!” (This means “Little girl, I tell you to stand up!”) 42 The girl immediately stood up and began walking. (She was twelve years old.) The father and mother and the followers were amazed. 43 Jesus gave the father and mother very strict orders not to tell people about this. Then he told them to give the girl some food to eat.

(Parallel References: Matthew 9:18-19, 23-25; Luke 8:41-42, 49-56)

Healing Two Blind Men Matthew 9:27-31

27 As Jesus was going away from there, two blind men followed him. They said loudly, “Show kindness to us, Son of David.” 28 Jesus went inside, and the blind men went with him. He asked them, “Do you believe that I am able to make you see again?” They answered, “Yes, Lord, we believe.” 29 Then Jesus touched their eyes and said, “You believe that I can make you see again, so it will happen.”30 Then the men were able to see. Jesus gave them a strong warning. He said, “Don’t tell anyone about this.” 31 But they left and spread the news about Jesus all around that area.

Healing A Mute Demoniac Matthew 9:32-33

32 As these two men were leaving, some people brought another man to Jesus. This man could not talk because he had a demon inside him. 33 Jesus forced the demon out, and the man was able to talk. The people were amazed and said, “We have never seen anything like this in Israel.”

Jesus Feeds More Than 5000 Men Matthew 14:16-21 

16 Jesus said, “The people don’t need to go away. You give them some food to eat.” 17 The followers answered, “But we have only five loaves of bread and two fish.” 18 Jesus said, “Bring the bread and the fish to me.” 19 Then he told the people to sit down on the grass. He took the five loaves of bread and the two fish. He looked into the sky and thanked God for the food. Then he broke the bread into pieces, which he gave to the followers, and they gave the food to the people. 20 Everyone ate until they were full. When they finished eating, the followers filled twelve baskets with the pieces of food that were not eaten. 21 There were about 5000 men there who ate. There were also women and children who ate.

(Parallel References:  Mark 6:35-44, Luke 9:12-17, John 6:5-14)

Jesus Walks On Water Matthew 14:22-33 

22 Then Jesus made the followers get into the boat. He told them to go to the other side of the lake. He said he would come later. He stayed there to tell everyone they could go home. 23 After Jesus said goodbye to the people, he went up into the hills by himself to pray. It was late, and he was there alone. 24 By this time the boat was already a long way from shore. Since the wind was blowing against it, the boat was having trouble because of the waves. 25 Between three and six o’clock in the morning, Jesus’ followers were still in the boat. Jesus came to them. He was walking on the water. 26 When they saw him walking on the water, it scared them. “It’s a ghost!” they said, screaming in fear. 27 But Jesus quickly spoke to them. He said, “Don’t worry! It’s me! Don’t be afraid.” 28 Peter said, “Lord, if that is really you, tell me to come to you on the water.” 29 Jesus said, “Come, Peter.” Then Peter left the boat and walked on the water to Jesus. 
 But while Peter was walking on the water, he saw the wind and the waves. He was afraid and began sinking into the water. He shouted, “Lord, save me!” 31 Then Jesus caught Peter with his hand. He said, “Your faith is small. Why did you doubt?”  32 After Peter and Jesus were in the boat, the wind stopped. 33 Then the followers in the boat worshiped Jesus and said, “You really are the Son of God.”

(Parallel References: Mark 6:45-52, John 6:16-21)

Jesus Helps A Non-Jewish Woman Mark 7:24-30 

24 Jesus went from there to the area around Tyre. He did not want the people in that area to know he was there, so he went into a house. But he could not stay hidden. 25 A woman heard that he was there. Her little daughter had an evil spirit inside her. So the woman came to Jesus and bowed down near his feet. 26 She was not a Jew. She was born in Phoenicia, an area in Syria. She begged Jesus to force the demon out of her daughter. 27 Jesus told the woman, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and give it to the dogs. First let the children eat all they want.” 28 She answered, “That is true, Lord. But the dogs under the table can eat the pieces of food that the children don’t eat.” 29 Then he told her, “That is a very good answer. You may go. The demon has left your daughter.” 30 The woman went home and found her daughter lying on the bed. The demon was gone.

(Parallel References: Matthew 15:21-28)

Jesus Feeds More Than 4000 Matthew 15:32-39 

32 Jesus called his followers to him and said, “I feel sorry for these people. They have been with me three days, and now they have nothing to eat. I don’t want to send them away hungry. They might faint while going home.” 33 The followers asked Jesus, “Where can we get enough bread to feed all these people? We are a long way from any town.” 34 Jesus asked, “How many loaves of bread do you have?” 
They answered, “We have seven loaves of bread and a few small fish.” 35 Jesus told the people to sit on the ground. 36 He took the seven loaves of bread and the fish. Then he gave thanks to God for the food. He broke the bread into pieces, which he gave to the followers, and they gave the food to the people. 37 All the people ate until they were full. After this, the followers filled seven baskets with the pieces of food that were not eaten. 38 There were about 4000 men there who ate. There were also some women and children. 39 After they all ate, Jesus told the people they could go home. He got into the boat and went to the area of Magadan.

(Parallel References: Mark 8:1-10)

Jesus Free A Boy From An Evil Spirit Mark 9:17-29 

17 A man answered, “Teacher, I brought my son to you. He is controlled by an evil spirit that keeps him from talking. 18 The spirit attacks him and throws him on the ground. He foams at the mouth, grinds his teeth, and becomes very stiff. I asked your followers to force the evil spirit out, but they could not.” 19 Jesus answered, “You people today don’t believe! How long must I stay with you? How long must I be patient with you? Bring the boy to me!” 20 So the followers brought the boy to Jesus. When the evil spirit saw Jesus, it attacked the boy. The boy fell down and rolled on the ground. He was foaming at the mouth. 21 Jesus asked the boy’s father, “How long has this been happening to him?” The father answered, “Since he was very young. 22 The spirit often throws him into a fire or into water to kill him. If you can do anything, please have pity on us and help us.” 23 Jesus said to the father, “Why did you say ‘if you can’? All things are possible for the one who believes.” 24 Immediately the father shouted, “I do believe. Help me to believe more!” 25 Jesus saw that all the people were running there to see what was happening. So he spoke to the evil spirit. He said, “You evil spirit that makes this boy deaf and stops him from talking—I command you to come out of him and never enter him again!” 26 The evil spirit screamed. It caused the boy to fall on the ground again, and then it came out. The boy looked as if he was dead. Many people said, “He is dead!” 27 But Jesus took hold of his hand and helped him stand up. 28 Then Jesus went into the house. His followers were alone with him there. They said, “Why weren’t we able to force that evil spirit out?” 29 Jesus answered, “That kind of spirit can be forced out only with prayer.”

(Parallel References: Matthew 17:14-21, Luke 9:37-43)

Catching A Fish With A Coin In Its Mouth Matthew 17:24-27 

24 Jesus and his followers went to Capernaum. There the men who collect the two-drachma Temple tax came to Peter and asked, “Does your teacher pay the Temple tax?” 25 Peter answered, “Yes, he does.” Peter went into the house where Jesus was. Before Peter could speak, Jesus said to him, “The kings on the earth get different kinds of taxes from people. But who are those who pay the taxes? Are they the king’s children? Or do other people pay the taxes? What do you think?” 26 Peter answered, “The other people pay the taxes.” Jesus said, “Then the children of the king don’t have to pay taxes. 27 But we don’t want to upset these tax collectors. So do this: Go to the lake and fish. After you catch the first fish, open its mouth. Inside its mouth you will find a four-drachma coin. Take that coin and give it to the tax collectors. That will pay the tax for you and me.”

Healing A Blind Man And A Mute Demoniac Matthew 12:22 

22 Then some people brought a man to Jesus. This man was blind and could not talk, because he had a demon inside him. Jesus healed the man, and he could talk and see.

(Parallel References: Luke 11:14)

Jesus Frees A Man From An Evil Spirit Mark 1:21-28 

21 Jesus and his followers went to Capernaum. On the Sabbath day, Jesus went into the synagogue and taught the people. 22 They were amazed at his teaching. He did not teach like their teachers of the law. He taught like someone with authority. 23 While Jesus was in the synagogue, a man was there who had an evil spirit inside him. The man shouted, 24 “Jesus of Nazareth! What do you want with us? Did you come to destroy us? I know who you are—God’s Holy One!” 25 Jesus, his voice full of warning, said, “Be quiet, and come out of him!”26 The evil spirit made the man shake. Then the spirit made a loud noise and came out of him. 27 The people were amazed. They asked each other, “What is happening here? This man is teaching something new, and he teaches with authority! He even commands evil spirits, and they obey him.” 28 So the news about Jesus spread quickly everywhere in the area of Galilee.

(Parallel References: Luke 4:33-37)

Jesus Heals A Deaf Man Mark 7:31-37 

31 Then Jesus left the area around Tyre and went through Sidon. On his way to Lake Galilee he went through the area of the Ten Towns.32 While he was there, some people brought a man to him who was deaf and could not talk clearly. The people begged Jesus to put his hand on the man to heal him. 33 Jesus led the man away from the people to be alone with him. He put his fingers in the man’s ears. Then he spit on a finger and put it on the man’s tongue. 34 Jesus looked up to the sky and with a loud sigh he said, “Ephphatha!” (This means “Open!”) 35 As soon as Jesus did this, the man was able to hear. He was able to use his tongue, and he began to speak clearly. 36 Jesus told the people not to tell anyone about this. But the more he told them not to say anything, the more people they told. 37 They were all completely amazed. They said, “Look at what he has done. It’s all good. He makes deaf people able to hear and gives a new voice to people who could not talk.”

Jesus Heals A Blind Man In Bethsaida Mark 8:22-26 

22 Jesus and his followers came to Bethsaida. Some people brought a blind man to him and begged him to touch the man. 23 So Jesus held the blind man’s hand and led him out of the village. Then he spit on the man’s eyes. He laid his hands on him and asked, “Can you see now?” 24 The man looked up and said, “Yes, I see people. They look like trees walking around.” 25 Again Jesus laid his hands on the man’s eyes, and the man opened them wide. His eyes were healed, and he was able to see everything clearly. 26 Jesus told him to go home. He said, “Don’t go into the town.”

Jesus Heals A Blind Man Mark 10:46-52 

46 Then they came to the town of Jericho. When Jesus left there with his followers, a large crowd was with them. A blind man named Bartimaeus (meaning “son of Timaeus”) was sitting by the road. He was always begging for money. 47 He heard that Jesus from Nazareth was walking by. So he began shouting, “Jesus, Son of David, please help me!” 48 Many people criticized the blind man and told him to be quiet. But he shouted more and more, “Son of David, please help me!” 49 Jesus stopped and said, “Tell him to come here.” So they called the blind man and said, “You can be happy now. Stand up! Jesus is calling you.” 50 The blind man stood up quickly. He left his coat there and went to Jesus. 51 Jesus asked the man, “What do you want me to do for you?” He answered, “Teacher, I want to see again.” 52 Jesus said, “Go. You are healed because you believed.” Immediately the man was able to see again. He followed Jesus down the road.

Catching A Large Number Of Fish Luke 5:3-10 

3 Jesus got into the boat that belonged to Simon. He asked Simon to push off a little from the shore. Then he sat down in the boat and taught the people on the shore. 4 When Jesus finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Take the boat into the deep water. If all of you will put your nets into the water, you will catch some fish.” 5 Simon answered, “Master, we worked hard all night trying to catch fish and caught nothing. But you say I should put the nets into the water, so I will.” 6 The fishermen put their nets into the water. Their nets were filled with so many fish that they began to break. 7 They called to their friends in the other boat to come and help them. The friends came, and both boats were filled so full of fish that they were almost sinking. 8-9 The fishermen were all amazed at the many fish they caught. When Simon Peter saw this, he bowed down before Jesus and said, “Go away from me, Lord. I am a sinful man!” 10 James and John, the sons of Zebedee, were amazed too. (James and John worked together with Simon.) Jesus said to Simon, “Don’t be afraid. From now on your work will be to bring in people, not fish!”

Jesus Brings A Woman's Son Back To Life Luke 7:11-17 

11 The next day Jesus and his followers went to a town called Nain. A big crowd was traveling with them. 12 When Jesus came near the town gate, he saw some people carrying a dead body. It was the only son of a woman who was a widow. Walking with her were many other people from the town. 13 When the Lord saw the woman, he felt very sorry for her and said, “Don’t cry.” 14 He walked to the open coffin and touched it. The men who were carrying the coffin stopped. Jesus spoke to the dead son: “Young man, I tell you, get up!” 15 Then the boy sat up and began to talk, and Jesus gave him back to his mother. 16 Everyone was filled with fear. They began praising God and said, “A great prophet is here with us!” and “God is taking care of his people.” 17 This news about Jesus spread all over Judea and to all the other places around there.

Jesus Heals A Woman On The Sabbath Luke 13:10-13 

10 Jesus taught in one of the synagogues on the Sabbath day. 11 A woman was there who had an evil spirit inside her. It had made the woman crippled for 18 years. Her back was always bent; she could not stand up straight. 12 When Jesus saw her, he called to her, “Woman, you have been made free from your sickness!” 13 He laid his hands on her, and immediately she was able to stand up straight. She began praising God.

Healing A Man Of Dropsy Luke 14:1-6 

1 On a Sabbath day, Jesus went to the home of a leading Pharisee to eat with him. The people there were all watching him very closely.2 A man with a bad disease was there in front of him. 3 Jesus said to the Pharisees and experts in the law, “Is it right or wrong to heal on the Sabbath day?” 4 But they would not answer his question. So he took the man and healed him. Then he sent the man away. 5 Jesus said to the Pharisees and teachers of the law, “If your son or work animal falls into a well on the Sabbath day, you know you would pull him out immediately.” 6 The Pharisees and teachers of the law could say nothing against what he said.

Healing 10 Lepers Luke 17:11-19 

11 Jesus was traveling to Jerusalem. He went from Galilee to Samaria. 12 He came into a small town, and ten men met him there. They did not come close to him, because they all had leprosy. 13 But the men shouted, “Jesus! Master! Please help us!” 14 When Jesus saw the men, he said, “Go and show yourselves to the priests.” While the ten men were going to the priests, they were healed. 15 When one of them saw that he was healed, he went back to Jesus. He praised God loudly. 16 He bowed down at Jesus’ feet and thanked him. (He was a Samaritan.) 17 Jesus said, “Ten men were healed; where are the other nine? 18 This man is not even one of our people. Is he the only one who came back to give praise to God?” 19 Then Jesus said to the man, “Stand up! You can go. You were healed because you believed.”

Restoring A Severed Ear Luke 22:45-54

45 When he finished praying, he went to his followers. He found them asleep, worn out from their grieving. 46 Jesus said to them, “Why are you sleeping? Get up and pray for strength against temptation.” 47 While Jesus was speaking, a crowd came up. It was led by Judas, one of the twelve apostles. He came over to Jesus to kiss him. 48 But Jesus said to him, “Judas, are you using the kiss of friendship to hand over the Son of Man to his enemies?” 49 The followers of Jesus were standing there too. They saw what was happening and said to Jesus, “Lord, should we use our swords?” 50 And one of them did use his sword. He cut off the right ear of the servant of the high priest. 51 Jesus said, “Stop!” Then he touched the servant’s ear and healed him. 52 Jesus spoke to the group that came to arrest him. They were the leading priests, the older Jewish leaders, and the Jewish soldiers. He said to them, “Why did you come out here with swords and clubs? Do you think I am a criminal? 53 I was with you every day in the Temple area. Why didn’t you try to arrest me there? But this is your time—the time when darkness rules.” 54 They arrested Jesus and took him away to the house of the high priest. Peter followed Jesus but stayed back at a distance.

Jesus Heals A Man At A Pool John 5:5-17 

5 One of the men lying there had been sick for 38 years. 6 Jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had been sick for a very long time. So he asked him, “Do you want to be well?” 7 The sick man answered, “Sir, there is no one to help me get into the water when it starts moving. I try to be the first one into the water. But when I try, someone else always goes in before I can.” 8 Then Jesus said, “Stand up! Pick up your mat and walk.” 9 Immediately the man was well. He picked up his mat and started walking. The day all this happened was a Sabbath day. 10 So some Jews said to the man who had been healed, “Today is the Sabbath. It is against our law for you to carry your mat on the Sabbath day.” 11 But he answered, “The man who made me well told me, ‘Pick up your mat and walk.’” 12 They asked him, “Who is the man who told you to pick up your mat and walk?” 13 But the man who had been healed did not know who it was. There were many people there, and Jesus had left. 14 Later, Jesus found the man at the Temple and said to him, “See, you are well now. But stop sinning or something worse may happen to you!” 15 Then the man left and went back to the Jews who questioned him. He told them that Jesus was the one who made him well. 16 Jesus was doing all this on the Sabbath day. So these Jews began trying to make him stop.
17 But he said to them, “My Father never stops working, and so I work too.”

Jesus Heals A Man Born Blind John 9:1-41

1 While Jesus was walking, he saw a man who had been blind since the time he was born. 2 Jesus’ followers asked him, “Teacher, why was this man born blind? Whose sin made it happen? Was it his own sin or that of his parents?” 3 Jesus answered, “It was not any sin of this man or his parents that caused him to be blind. He was born blind so that he could be used to show what great things God can do. 
 While it is daytime, we must continue doing the work of the one who sent me. The night is coming, and no one can work at night.
5 While I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” 6 After Jesus said this, he spit on the dirt, made some mud and put it on the man’s eyes. 7 Jesus told him, “Go and wash in Siloam pool.” (Siloam means “Sent.”) So the man went to the pool, washed and came back. He was now able to see. 8 His neighbors and some others who had seen him begging said, “Look! Is this the same man who always sits and begs?” 9 Some people said, “Yes! He is the one.” But others said, “No, he can’t be the same man. He only looks like him.” So the man himself said, “I am that same man.” 10 They asked, “What happened? How did you get your sight?” 11 He answered, “The man they call Jesus made some mud and put it on my eyes. Then he told me to go to Siloam and wash. So I went there and washed. And then I could see.” 12 They asked him, “Where is this man?” He answered, “I don’t know.” 13 Then the people brought the man to the Pharisees. 14 The day Jesus had made mud and healed the man’s eyes was a Sabbath day. 15 So the Pharisees asked the man, “How did you get your sight?” He answered, “He put mud on my eyes. I washed, and now I can see.” 16 Some of the Pharisees said, “That man does not obey the law about the Sabbath day. So he is not from God.” Others said, “But someone who is a sinner cannot do these miraculous signs.” So they could not agree with each other. 17 They asked the man again, “Since it was your eyes he healed, what do you say about him?” He answered, “He is a prophet.” 18 The Jewish leaders still did not believe that this really happened to the man—that he was blind and was now healed. But later they sent for his parents. 19 They asked them, “Is this your son? You say he was born blind. So how can he see?”20 His parents answered, “We know that this man is our son. And we know that he was born blind. 21 But we don’t know why he can see now. We don’t know who healed his eyes. Ask him. He is old enough to answer for himself.” 22 They said this because they were afraid of the Jewish leaders. The leaders had already decided that they would punish anyone who said Jesus was the Messiah. They would stop them from coming to the synagogue. 23 That is why his parents said, “He is old enough. Ask him.” 24 So the Jewish leaders called the man who had been blind. They told him to come in again. They said, “You should honor God by telling the truth. We know that this man is a sinner.” 25 The man answered, “I don’t know if he is a sinner. But I do know this: I was blind, and now I can see.” 26 They asked, “What did he do to you? How did he heal your eyes?” 27 He answered, “I have already told you that. But you would not listen to me. Why do you want to hear it again? Do you want to be his followers too?” 28 At this they shouted insults at him and said, “You are his follower, not us! We are followers of Moses. 29 We know that God spoke to Moses. But we don’t even know where this man comes from!” 30 The man answered, “This is really strange! You don’t know where he comes from, but he healed my eyes. 31 We all know that God does not listen to sinners, but he will listen to anyone who worships and obeys him. 32 This is the first time we have ever heard of anyone healing the eyes of someone born blind. 33 This man must be from God. If he were not from God, he could not do anything like this.” 34 The Jewish leaders answered, “You were born full of sin! Are you trying to teach us?” And they told the man to get out of the synagogue and to stay out. 35 When Jesus heard that they had forced the man to leave, he found him and asked him, “Do you believe in the Son of Man?” 36 The man said, “Tell me who he is, sir, so I can believe in him.” 37 Jesus said to him, “You have already seen him. The Son of Man is the one talking with you now.” 38 The man answered, “Yes, I believe, Lord!” Then he bowed and worshiped Jesus. 39 Jesus said, “I came into this world so that the world could be judged. I came so that people who are blind could see. And I came so that people who think they see would become blind.” 40 Some of the Pharisees were near Jesus. They heard him say this. They asked, “What? Are you saying that we are blind too?” 41 Jesus said, “If you were really blind, you would not be guilty of sin. But you say that you see, so you are still guilty.”

The Death of Lazarus ( Jesus Raises Lazarus From The Dead) John 11:1-44John 11:1-44

1 There was a man named Lazarus who was sick. He lived in the town of Bethany, where Mary and her sister Martha lived. 2 (Mary is the same woman who put perfume on the Lord and wiped his feet with her hair.) Mary’s brother was Lazarus, the man who was now sick. 3 So Mary and Martha sent someone to tell Jesus, “Lord, your dear friend Lazarus is sick.” 4 When Jesus heard this he said, “The end of this sickness will not be death. No, this sickness is for the glory of God. This has happened to bring glory to the Son of God.” 5 Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. 6 So when he heard that Lazarus was sick, he stayed where he was two more days 7 and then said to his followers, “We should go back to Judea.” 8 They answered, “But Teacher, those Jews there tried to stone you to death. That was only a short time ago. Now you want to go back there?” 9 Jesus answered, “There are twelve hours of light in the day. Whoever walks in the day will not stumble and fall because they can see with the light from the sun. 10 But whoever walks at night will stumble because there is no light.” 11 Then Jesus said, “Our friend Lazarus is now sleeping, but I am going there to wake him.” 12 The followers answered, “But, Lord, if he can sleep, he will get well.” 13 They thought Jesus meant that Lazarus was literally sleeping, but he really meant that Lazarus was dead. 14 So then Jesus said plainly, “Lazarus is dead. 15 And I am glad I was not there. I am happy for you because now you will believe in me. We will go to him now.” 16 Then Thomas, the one called “Twin,” said to the other followers, “We will go too. We will die there with Jesus.” 17 Jesus arrived in Bethany and found that Lazarus had already been dead and in the tomb for four days. 18 Bethany was about two miles from Jerusalem. 19 Many Jews had come to see Martha and Mary. They came to comfort them about their brother Lazarus. 
20 When Martha heard that Jesus was coming, she went out to greet him. But Mary stayed home. 21 Martha said to Jesus, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died. 22 But I know that even now God will give you anything you ask.” 23 Jesus said, “Your brother will rise and be alive again.” 24 Martha answered, “I know that he will rise to live again at the time of the resurrection on the last day.” 25 Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection. I am life. Everyone who believes in me will have life, even if they die. 26 And everyone who lives and believes in me will never really die. Martha, do you believe this?” 27 Martha answered, “Yes, Lord. I believe that you are the Messiah, the Son of God. You are the one who was coming to the world.” 28 After Martha said these things, she went back to her sister Mary. She talked to Mary alone and said, “The Teacher is here. He is asking for you.” 29 When Mary heard this, she stood up and went quickly to Jesus. 30 He had not yet come into the village. He was still at the place where Martha met him. 31 The Jews who were in the house comforting Mary saw her get up and leave quickly. They thought she was going to the tomb to cry there. So they followed her. 
 Mary went to the place where Jesus was. When she saw him, she bowed at his feet and said, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.” 33 When Jesus saw Mary crying and the people with her crying too, he was very upset and deeply troubled. 34 He asked, “Where did you put him?” They said, “Lord, come and see.” 35 Jesus cried. 36 And the Jews said, “Look! He loved Lazarus very much!” 37 But some of them said, “Jesus healed the eyes of the blind man. Why didn’t he help Lazarus and stop him from dying?” 
 Again feeling very upset, Jesus came to the tomb. It was a cave with a large stone covering the entrance. 39 He said, “Move the stone away.” Martha said, “But, Lord, it has been four days since Lazarus died. There will be a bad smell.” Martha was the sister of the dead man. 40 Then Jesus said to her, “Remember what I told you? I said that if you believed, you would see God’s divine greatness.” 41 So they moved the stone away from the entrance. Then Jesus looked up and said, “Father, I thank you that you heard me. 42 I know that you always hear me. But I said these things because of the people here around me. I want them to believe that you sent me.” 43 After Jesus said this he called in a loud voice, “Lazarus, come out!” 44 The dead man came out. His hands and feet were wrapped with pieces of cloth. He had a handkerchief covering his face. Jesus said to the people, “Take off the cloth and let him go.”

Catching A Great Number Of Fish John 21:4-11 

4 Early the next morning Jesus stood on the shore. But the followers did not know it was Jesus. 5 Then he said to them, “Friends, have you caught any fish?” They answered, “No.” 6 He said, “Throw your net into the water on the right side of your boat. You will find some fish there.” So they did this. They caught so many fish that they could not pull the net back into the boat. 7 The follower Jesus loved very much said to Peter, “That man is the Lord!” When Peter heard him say it was the Lord, he wrapped his coat around himself. (He had taken his clothes off to work.) Then he jumped into the water. 8 The other followers went to shore in the boat. They pulled the net full of fish. They were not very far from shore, only about 100 yards. 9 When they stepped out of the boat and onto the shore, they saw a fire of hot coals. There were fish on the fire and some bread there too. 10 Then Jesus said, “Bring some of the fish that you caught.” 11 Simon Peter got into the boat and pulled the net to the shore. It was full of big fish—153 of them! But even with that many fish, the net did not tear.