The Miracles of Christianity
Christianity is a faith that is based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. It is one of the largest religions in the world, with 2.38 billion followers.
Miracles are part of the Christian faith. The Bible is full of them. They range from healings to prophecy and from discerning of spirits to raising the dead. While miracles are a sign of Christ’s ministry, they also have the potential to mock real Christian faith.
In the earliest days of Christianity, apostles were capable of doing miracles. But these miracles were only in the presence of the Lord. For instance, they could cast out demons, heal the sick and raise the dead.
The Bible does not state when the miracles stopped. However, they tended to come around conversions or during conversions. As a believer grows in faith, he or she will experience more divine healings.
Some of the first miracles performed by Christians were to bring people to Christ. During this time, apostles traveled to Jerusalem and the surrounding areas preaching the gospel. Other miracles happened outside of their ministry.
When Peter preached on the Day of Pentecost, he told the masses how they could receive salvation. In addition, he baptized them in the name of Jesus Christ for forgiveness of sins.
One of the apostles, Philip, had the ability to cast out demons. He was later ordained a deacon. His FAITH was strong and he did his work well.
Other apostles were not only capable of doing miracles, but also performed them. For example, Paul was an apostle who worked miracles in Ephesus.