Miracles of Jesus, healings, raising the dead (2023)

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Miracles of Jesus, healings, raising the dead (1)Lesson 4 of Mark's Free Online Bible Course: Jesus' Miracles, Healings, Teachings, and Sermons. He calmed storms, cast out demons, and raised the dead.

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David E. Pratte


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Jesus makes the impossible possible
Lecture 4

Jesus calms the storm

>>> Read Mark 4:35-41. <<<

Jesus constantly demonstrated His authority by doing things that were completely beyond human ability. In this example, Jesus fell asleep on a mat while the disciples were in a boat on the Sea of ​​Galilee. A great storm came and the disciples panicked. In desperation, they woke Jesus up and said, "Teacher, don't you care that we are perishing?" He got up and calmly rebuked the wind and the sea. The storm has stopped. Then he turned to the disciples and rebuked them for their lack of faith. Although they had seen Jesus perform many miracles, they were always amazed at each new miracle. They said, "Who is it that the wind and the sea obey him?"

Pay attention - what is the quality of our sleep?Given what the disciples saw in Jesus, their skepticism about Jesus' ability to calm the storm was astonishing. They saw him heal countless people, cast out demons, and excel at every task. They are suddenly in despair because of a storm at sea. They clearly didn't believe Jesus could solve the problem because they were surprised when he did. How could they be so slow, so distrustful? Whats with us? Don't we believe that Jesus will solve any situation if we believe and do His will? Don't we see in the Bible how Jesus solves all problems? How do we react when new crises arise in our lives - do we turn to Jesus with trust or do we spread our hands in despair? How well do we sleep?

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*1* What was Jesus doing when a storm hit the sea? (a) praying, (b) reading the Bible, (c) sleeping, (d) rowing. answer:______.

*2* How did Jesus calm the storm? Answer: Take it easy ______ wind and sea.

*3* How did the disciples react to this miracle? (a) They ignored it. (b) they are afraid, (c) they are angry. (d) all of the above. answer: ______.

Jesus casts out a group of demons

>>> Read Mark 5:1-20. <<<

When Jesus got out of the boat, a wild man came out to meet Him. This man is inhabited by demons, beyond human power, living in the grave as a barbarian. All the demons in this man were afraid of Jesus. They begged him not to send them off the ground (down to the abyss, Luke 8:31). Instead, they want access to nearby pig herds. Apparently, if demons were cast into the afterlife without permission, they would have to return to hell. No doubt, if necessary, it would be better to live in a pig than to be sent back to that awful place. Unexpectedly, Jesus agreed to the demon's request. They left the man and entered the herd of pigs. Mad at the presence of the demon within them, the herd ran and jumped off the cliffs. The pig drowned, and the demon probably had to return to the abyss. They may have thought they were smarter than Jesus when Jesus let them into the fold, but the truth is Jesus was smarter than them! In the end, they had to go back to the Abyss - they just used the slide to get there.

At the same time, the pig herders entered the city and told the people of the city what Jesus had done. What an opportunity for this small town to have Jesus! Although they saw no opportunity, they asked Jesus to leave. The healed man wanted to follow Jesus, but Jesus told him to go home and preach.

Note - was asked to leave!At first it seemed incredible that the townspeople did not want Jesus to stay. But consider what they just lost: 2,000 pigs. Some have them, others intend to make money by slaughtering, processing and selling them. This hurt the city's economy. Apparently, they loved material possessions more than Jesus. Thus they lose the highest privilege. They asked him to leave. Have we ever invited the Lord out of our lives because we love material things more than Him?

Beware - Jesus' Surprising Instruction:When the healed man wanted to follow him, Jesus gave him strange instructions. He does not allow the man to be with him, but asks him to come back and tell him about his recovery in the city. There are two surprising things about this commandment: 1) Jesus wouldn't let this man follow him. Putting myself in the devil's shoes, I understand why he wanted to be with the man who healed him; but Jesus said no. Isn't it wonderful to be with Jesus? secure. But Jesus preferred this man to witness his work in the city. Sometimes God may not want us to be in a safe and comfortable environment but to serve the lost. 2) Jesus usually forbade people to talk about his healing (see Mark 1:40-45). Why has it suddenly changed here? Remember where Jesus is. It is located on the eastern side of the Sea of ​​Galilee. Jesus does not want an audience in the area of ​​Capernaum west of the sea, but he is not in danger of becoming too popular in this wicked city. The people of this place need someone to report this miracle.

*4* What did you try to do to subdue the demon (v4)? a) psychology, b) chains and chains, c) shock therapy, d) drugs. Answer:______.

*5* What are the names of the demons (verse 9)? answer: ______.

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*6* Where did the demons say they wanted to go? Answer: They want to be in group ______.

*7* What happened to the pigs when the demon entered them? Answer: They ran down a cliff and drowned in ______.

*8* What did the people ask Jesus for? Answer: They asked Jesus to ______.

*9* What did Jesus tell the demon-possessed man to do after healing him? a) don't tell anyone what happened b) lie about what happened c) tell everyone what happened d) send yourself to a mental hospital. answer: ______.

Jesus heals a bleeding woman

>>> Read Mark 5:21-34. <<<

A synagogue official named Jairus asked Jesus to come and heal his dying daughter. As Jesus was returning home, one desperate woman in the crowd touched the Lord. She has been bleeding for 12 years, has been to many doctors, has spent all her money, but her condition is getting worse. She thought she could be healed just by touching Jesus. Indeed, when she touched Jesus' cloak, she felt that the bleeding immediately stopped and all was well. Suddenly Jesus asked who had touched him. The disciples thought it was a strange question because a large crowd was coming to Jesus. Many people "touched" Him. But women know what Jesus means. Terrified, she approached and confessed. Jesus assured her that her faith had saved her.

Note - why did Jesus shame her?Apparently the bleeding woman wanted to avoid exposure. Instead of making her presence known, she silently touched Jesus' robe and was healed. Then Jesus asked who had touched him and embarrassed her. She trembled as she admitted what she had done. Why would you pay attention to this shy lady? Maybe for two reasons: 1) If it wasn't, the woman would believe she was healed by some magic associated with Jesus' robe. He wanted her to know that he had healed her on purpose. Many touched His garments, but were not healed; she was healed by the will of the Lord. 2) Her conscience may torment her later if Jesus makes her think she "stole" the healing and walks away. He publicly identified her, managed to console her, reassure her, and reassure her.

*10* How long has this woman had bleeding problems? Answer: ______ years.

*11* How have you struggled to recover before? Answer: She spent all her money on ______.

*12* When did the blood clot heal? a) has not recovered; b) when she believed in Jesus; c) when she asked him to heal; d) when she touched Jesus' robe. answer: ______.

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*13* How did the rest of the crowd discover Jesus' miracles? Answer: He asked who had it ______, and the woman admitted.

Jesus heals Jairus' daughter

>>> Read Mark 5:35-43. <<<

During the delay caused by the woman's healing, people came to tell Jairus to stop bothering Jesus about the death of his daughter. Jesus told them to believe and go home. There, the mourners laughed when Jesus told them that the girl was "asleep." He does not deny that she is dead, but confirms that he will bring her back to life soon, so her death is more like a deep sleep. He took only three students and the girl's parents, entered her room and woke her up. She made. The witnesses were amazed.

Notice the theme running through this passage from Mark: Jesus can do what no one else can. First the storm. The disciples were desperate, but Jesus reassured them with one word. Then the demons. Despite many attempts, no one was able to bind or subdue him. With one word, Jesus cast out the demons and people returned to normal. Then a woman. Despite all the money she spent, the surgeons managed to cure her. One-touch healing. Finally Jairus' daughter. When a person dies, all attempts to cure the disease cease, because everyone knows that the dead cannot be resurrected. Jesus did it. In this section of the Gospel of Mark, Jesus steps in and overcomes human impossibility four times.

*14* Why do people suggest Jairus stop bothering Jesus? Answer: Because this girl has ______.

*15* Who was in the room when Jesus resurrected his daughter (verses 37,40)? a) Jesus b) a girl c) the girl's parents d) Peter, James and John e) all of the above but none of the others. answer: ______.

*16* What in the Bible account convinces us that the girl really did come back to life? Answer: ______ gets up.

(Questions to ponder: Given the nature and purpose of these miracles, who on earth today could do such a thing? What can we learn from them?)

rejected in Nazareth

>>> Read Mark 6:1-6. <<<

Jesus returned to his hometown of Nazareth. Despite convincing evidence that he was the Son of God, his own citizens rejected him. They knew his family and background and refused to believe that people they considered their peers could be better than themselves. Jesus healed very few people because people did not have enough faith to come to Him with their illness. The Nazarenes missed a great opportunity to have the Lord with them.

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Note - great deal:It is sad when people miss out on a wonderful opportunity to be blessed by Jesus. In the land of the Gadarenes, they simply ask Jesus to go away (5:1-20). Here in Nazareth, they refuse to believe and do not even bring the sick to be healed by Jesus. As a result, others missed the opportunity, such as Jairus and the bleeding woman. Whats with us? Do we take the opportunity to meet Jesus and receive His blessings?

*17* What was Jesus doing before starting his ministry (v. 3)? Answer: He was ______.

(Thinking question: What does this tell you about Maria?)

*18* Which members of Jesus' family did the Nazarenes know (v. 3)? a) his mother Maria, b) his brothers, c) his sisters, d) all of the above. answer: ______.

*19* How did the people of Jesus' hometown (Nazareth) react to him? a) rejected him, b) believed him, c) made him a hero, d) all of the above. answer: ______.

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Miracles of Jesus, healings, raising the dead? ›

The location is the village of Nain

Nein (Arabic: نين, Nayin, lit. Charming, Hebrew: ניין) — also Nain or Naim in English — is an Arab village in northern Israel.
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, two miles south of Mount Tabor. This is the first of three miracles of Jesus in the canonical gospels in which he raises the dead, the other two being the raising of Jairus' daughter and of Lazarus.

How many times did Jesus raise the dead in the Bible? ›

THREE TIMES, Jesus RAISED THE DEAD in His earthly ministry.

What are the 5 healing miracles? ›

Miracles from the Life of Jesus Christ
  • Jesus Heals a Woman with an “Issue of Blood” As Christians, Latter-day Saints believe that since Jesus was the Son of God, He had power to heal. ...
  • Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind. ...
  • Jesus Feeds the 5,000. ...
  • Jesus Calms a Storm on the Sea of Galilee. ...
  • Jesus is Resurrected from the Dead.

What are the 7 miracles Jesus performed? ›

The Seven Signs
  • Turning Water Into Wine (John 2:1-12) ...
  • Healing the Nobleman's Son (John 4:46-54) ...
  • Healing the Man at the Pool (John 5:1-11) ...
  • Feeding of the 5,000 (John 6:1-15) ...
  • Walking on Water (John 6:16-21) ...
  • Healing a Man Born Blind (John 9:1-12) ...
  • Resurrecting Lazarus (John 11)
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How many healing miracles did Jesus perform? ›

If you ask Google more than 68 million results would suggest that Jesus performed 37 miracles that were recorded in the four Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John), with Mark's Gospel recording the most. It may seem a little surprising that the Bible records only 37 of these innumerable miracles.

What are the examples of resurrection in the Bible? ›

In the New Testament, Jesus is said to have raised several persons from death. These resurrections included the daughter of Jairus shortly after death, a young man in the midst of his own funeral procession, and Lazarus of Bethany, who had been buried for four days.

Who was the first person raised from the dead? ›

Lazarus of Bethany
Saint Lazarus of Bethany
FeastEastern Churches: Lazarus Saturday; 17 March; 17 October Western Churches: 29 July
AttributesSometimes vested as an apostle, sometimes as a bishop. In the scene of his resurrection, he is portrayed tightly bound in mummified clothes, which resemble swaddling bands.
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What are some examples of Jesus healing? ›

The list of the kinds of people that Jesus healed is impressive: a woman with internal bleeding (Mark 5:25-26), a crippled man (John 5:2-9), a man born blind (John 9:1-7), and many others.

What is God's gift of healing? ›

In Christian theology, the Gifts of healing are among the spiritual gifts listed in 1 Corinthians 12. As an extraordinary charism, gifts of healing are supernatural enablements given to a believer to minister various kinds of healing and restoration to individuals through the power of the Holy Spirit.

What prayer in the Bible for miracle healing? ›

"Heal me, Lord, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise." “My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.” “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives.

What is Jesus final miracle? ›

The healing of Malchus was Christ's final miracle before his resurrection. Simon Peter had cut off the ear of the High Priest's servant, Malchus, during the scene in the Garden of Gethsemane. Jesus restored the ear by touching it with his hand.

What was Jesus's first miracle? ›

The transformation of water into wine at the wedding at Cana (also called the marriage at Cana, wedding feast at Cana or marriage feast at Cana) is the first miracle attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of John.

How many people did Jesus heal? ›

1. Jesus healed hundreds, if not thousands, of people. Contrary to those who say that Jesus healed only a few dozen, the gospels indicate that he healed multitudes. Healing was a common feature of his earthly ministry.

How did Jesus heal people? ›

Jesus exercised the ministry of healing, and the gospels are littered with examples of him curing the sick: “At sunset, all who had people sick with various diseases brought them to him. He laid his hands on each of them and cured them” (Lk 4:40).

Why did Jesus heal people? ›

But above all else, the singular motivation in his heart that prompted him to heal the sick and to minister to their needs was his compassion. Simply put, he healed people because he loved them. He cared deeply for them. When they hurt, he hurt.

What are the miracles of raising the dead in the Bible? ›

The location is the village of Nain, two miles south of Mount Tabor. This is the first of three miracles of Jesus in the canonical gospels in which he raises the dead, the other two being the raising of Jairus' daughter and of Lazarus.

What are three things Jesus did after resurrection? ›

He appeared to his disciples, calling the apostles to the Great Commission of forgiving sin and baptizing repenters, and ascended to Heaven.

Who went to heaven without dying? ›

Sacred Scripture teaches that Enoch and Elijah were assumed into heaven while still alive and not experiencing physical death.

Who died and rose again in the Bible? ›

The Bible tells us that Jesus died and rose again not only so that we could receive forgiveness, but even more so, He died and rose again so that we might have life.

Who was the first person to see Jesus after his resurrection? ›

9 Now when he was risen early on the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene, from whom he had cast out seven demons. 10 She went and told them that had been with him, as they mourned and wept.

How do I get healing power from Jesus? ›

To heal brokenness by coming unto Him, we need to have faith in Jesus Christ. “Having faith in Jesus Christ means relying completely on Him—trusting in His infinite power … and love. It includes believing His teachings. It means believing that even though we do not understand all things, He does.

Is there healing in the blood of Jesus? ›

The blood of Jesus brought healings to man. Sicknesses and diseases receive healing through the blood of Jesus because, by His stripes, we are healed. There is deliverance in the blood. Those under the captivity of the devil and have been held as lambs for slaughter, are delivered by the blood of Jesus Christ.

What are examples of healing by faith? ›

Recoveries have been attributed to many techniques commonly classified as faith healing. It can involve prayer, a visit to a religious shrine, or simply a strong belief in a supreme being. Many people interpret the Bible, especially the New Testament, as teaching belief in, and the practice of, faith healing.

What does God say about healing miracles? ›

Isaiah 57:18-19

"I have seen their ways, but I will heal them. I will guide them and reward them with comfort. And for those who mourn, I will create reason for praise: utter prosperity to those far and near, and I will heal them, says the Lord."

What symbolizes healing in the Bible? ›

The rose of Sharon symbolizes love, beauty and healing to both Jews and Christians. It is also considered a symbol for Christ.

How do I know my spiritual gift from God? ›

Here are nine ideas to help you discover some of your not-so-obvious gifts.
  1. Ask others to let you know. ...
  2. Look for gifts in adversity. ...
  3. Pray for the help to recognize your gifts. ...
  4. Don't be afraid to branch out. ...
  5. Search the word of God. ...
  6. Look outside yourself. ...
  7. Think about people you look up to. ...
  8. Reflect on your family.

What is the first resurrection in the Bible? ›

Jesus Christ was the first to be resurrected, thus preparing the way for all others (see 1 Corinthians 15:20; 2 Nephi 2:8; Alma 40:2–4). There are two major resurrections, one for the just and one for the unjust (see John 5:28–29; Acts 24:15; D&C 76:17).

Was Jesus the first to be raised from the dead? ›

Jesus is described as the "firstborn from the dead", prōtotokos, the first to be raised from the dead, thereby acquiring the "special status of the firstborn as the preeminent son and heir". His resurrection is also the guarantee that all the Christian dead will be resurrected at Christ's parousia.

Where in the Bible does it talk about the dead rising? ›

Matthew 27:53 is the fifty-third verse of the twenty-seventh chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament. This verse describes some of the events that occurred upon the death of Jesus. The previous verse mentioned that tombs broke open and the saints inside were resurrected.


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