Select ONE Miracle from EACH Gospel account and answer each of the following:
A. Why did you select those miracles? (Give several reasons.)
B. Are those miracles still being replicated today? Why or why not?
(a) Select ONE Miracle from EACH Gospel account and answer each of the following:
In addition to His human acts, an integral part of Jesus' ministry was His miraculous deeds. In performing these miracles, Jesus became a vehicle of Divine power to heal, feed, to restore and to save. His most discussed miracles include: (1) Walking upon the water (Matt 14:22-32), (2) feeding the 5,000 (Mk 8:1-9), (3) raising Lazarus from the dead (John 11:1-46), and (4) The healing of the disabled at Bethsaida (Luke 13:15).
(b) Why did you select those miracles? (Give several reasons.
These miracles are chosen because they are effective in demonstrating expressions of God's saving grace. Further, they provide a sign of God's presence. For example, in performing the miracle of walking upon the water (Matt 14:22-32) Peter walks onto the water and becomes afraid and the boat sinks. This scriptural passage points to a lack of faith. In addition, this miracle emphasized the divinity of Jesus. Moreover, the miracle represents a signs of the kingdom of God to come. Matthew's intention was to emphasize the coming of the kingdom as demonstrating ...
This solution provides Gospel accounts of Jesus' miracles and their contemporary relevance.