Day 2 – Prayer Connects, Fasting Disconnects

Miracles of Christianity


Miracles of Christianity

Christianity is one of the largest religions in the world with over 2.38 billion followers. Its main principles are based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. During his lifetime, Jesus worked miracles, and His disciples were taught to do the same.

The apostles were a group of followers of Jesus who had a limited range of gifts. They were called to go into all the world and preach the gospel. In return, they were given authority to cast out demons. However, they were not allowed to perform miracles of nature like the walking on water story.

Church leaders, however, restricted prayer for the sick. As a result, more and more people went to the church for healing. But, a number of Christians were skeptical about the legitimacy of seeking healing.

Some believed that sickness was demonic, and that it was up to the elders of the church to prepare the sick person for death. Others thought that Jesus ceased to do miracles after his era.

According to the New Testament, baptism is an important part of becoming a Christian. After a person is baptized, he receives the Holy Spirit. Afterward, he can be free from sin and pollution.

One of the most famous miracles of all time was Jesus pouring out the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. This was a tremendous miracle, and it was also a sign of heaven.

Another miracle was the ascension of Jesus. Although the Bible mentions a multitude of healings, there is no record of when they stopped.

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