Heavenly Father and Jesus are Gods of Miracles

Albert Einstein observed: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is a though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

People of faith live in a world filled with wondrous miracles. Sadly, agnostics and atheists, live in a dreary world devoid of miracles.

There are an infinite variety of miracles. I join with the multitude of believers who have personally witnessed and experience many of these miracles.

  • Miracles of Creation
  • Miracles of Nature
  • Miracles of Healing
  • Miracles of Protection
  • Miracles of Providence
  • Miracles of the Restoration
  • Miracles of Temple Work
  • Miracles of Family History and Genealogy
  • Miracles of Missionary Service
  • Miracles of Revelation
  • Miracles of Conversion
  • Miracles of Salvation
  • Miracles of Grace
  • Miracles of Resurrection.
  • Miracles of Redemption.

Heavenly Father is a God of miracles. His Son, Jesus Christ, is also a God of miracles. Jesus performed at least thirty-five miracles during his mortal ministry.

35 Miracles of Jesus:

  • 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 11:24-26; 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 (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 (Matt. 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 :37-
  • 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 (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)

These miracles uplift and inspire us. They edify and educate us. Each miracle is a sermon. Each miracle is a treasure trove of truth.

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2 thoughts on “Heavenly Father and Jesus are Gods of Miracles

  1. This is hugely my favorite edition of The Edition so far. I love quotes that light up like white phosphorus, lift off the screen and instantly become a lifelong companion. This Einstein quote is one. This topic is a world of saving light. It is the very DNA of *hope* to me. I love that God has repeat-whispered that gravity-filled phrase, “I am the same yesterday, today, and forever.” Still the unchanged God of miracles. And what a brazen example he provides: parting a sea. I choose to believe Him. I know that God cannot do a miracle for me if I won’t let him. I choose to let him.
    Thanks so much for this shaft-of-light post. 🙂


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