Do you believe the miracles of Jesus took place? Explain

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    • #95303598

      Yes for two reasons: 1) the were witnessed by the disciples and “regular” people and 2) if He did nor perform them, how do we know that He was truly God? The miracles confirmed Jesu’ claims that He is God.

    • #95302289

      Yes, I believe the miracles of Jesus really took place. If we discount the miracles of Jesus then we are taking away His deity and one of the main proofs that He truly is the Son of God.

    • #95300362

      absolutely. Yes, because I believe in the resurrection of Jesus.

    • #95298833

      Yes. Why else would Christianity have exploded throughout history if what had happened in the time of Jesus wasn’t anything but true. Jesus’ miracles still take place today. If they take place today they certainly took place then.

    • #95295983

      I do believe that the miracles of Jesus took place. I find it very convincing that Jesus’ miracles occurred because four different people where able to document these accounts. The Gospel writers lived separate lives in different regions. The timing of which the Gospel were written varies and the four authors did not collaborate on their works. With all that said, there are undeniable similarities between the writings that provide evidence of Jesus Christ and his life. Jesus’ miracle “the feed of the 5,000” shows up in all 4 Gospels. The fact that Matthew (14:13-21), Mark (6:31-44), Luke (9:12-17), and John (6:1-14) document this miracle in all of the Gospels is extremely compelling and evidence that Jesus did perform miracles.

    • #95292068

      Yes I most certainly do. Hebrews 11:1-2, Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. For by it the men of old gained approval.

    • #95287150

      Absolutely since there is evidence in theBible.

    • #95286196

      I definitely believe the miracles of Jesus. Jesus is God; a God that can heal and do the impossible. His healing power still exist today. There are many people who have overcome life-threatening illnesses. The doctors have no explanation of how they beat the odds; the answer is a miracle.

    • #95285208

      Yes I do. Simple: the Bible tells me so. And because I believe in the Bible, the Word of God to be true. And since Jesus was God in human form He was able to perform miracles.

    • #95284703

      Yes I do. By reading the Gospels and understanding the surrounding issues at the time and with all the eye witnesses that were present, it is hard to not believe these miracles took place.

    • #95284139

      Yes, since the rest of the Bible has a lot of historical and archeological evidence to back up almost all events that took place I don’t doubt that Jesus performed miracles.

    • #95283584

      Yes I believe that the miracles of Jesus took place. My belief is based on the fact that the bible is God’s word undiluted word. In the book of 2nd timothy 3:16-17 his word state that 16-17″ All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, 17 so that the servant of God[a] may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” Besides this he promised that the modern beliver will be able to do miracles themselves in John 14:12 “Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever believes in me will also do the works that I do; and greater works than these will he do, because I am going to the Father.” As a believer I have seen miracles happen in my own life and other belivers lives to come to that conclusion that his miralces took place and continues to take place in the modern world.

    • #95282805

      I believe the miracles of Jesus took place. The Holy Bible is a book which contains the Old and the New Testament laws. These laws came from God almighty. God allowed a few good men to write His powerful words which throughout history has proven that every word of the Bible is true. The principles of the Holy Bible works and will always a documentation that leads to a successful life. As the writers documented the words of God, these words became the truth directly from our heavenly Father.
      I believe that every word in the Holy Bible is true because God is not a man that He should lie. When He spoke into the heart of Jesus to perform miracles, it came to pass. Jesus was and is to come the son of almighty God. The Holy Bible speaks about the miracles of Jesus. As a born again believer, I choose to believe every word of God is true and shall not return unto us void.
      Throughout the Old and New Testament, we read examples of miracles which took place in God’s word. The Bible clearly states that Jesus performed miracles. If God’s word says that Jesus performed miracles, then I believe it and that settles it.

    • #95279653

      Yes, I do. The eye-witness stories are too believable to not believe. I get a sense of their passion in their writing. Why would they stay with a false messiah? The only thing that makes sense is that Jesus Christ was the Christ, the Son of God, attested to by his miracles.

    • #95279208

      Yes, because there were eyewitness accounts. If His miracles did not occur then He would not have so many people believe He was the Son of God. A lot of people have the mindset “If I see it I will believe it.” He proved himself through His miracles to those who tried to refuse Him.

    • #95277773

      I absolutely believe the miracles of Jesus took place. Jesus always had followers around Him. He wanted others to see the miracles, because it would prove that He was the Son of God, since only God could perform miracles.

    • #95277565

      Yes! Two of the Gospels provide eyewitness accounts of Jesus performing miracles and I have see the Holy Spirit perform miracles today.

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