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Miracle Healing in Christianity


Miracle Healing in Christianity

Christianity is the world’s largest religion, a monotheistic Abrahamic religion, with about 2.38 billion followers. It’s based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth.

In the Bible, there were two categories of miracles: those attributed to Jesus and those attributed to the apostles. Although the Bible does not record exactly when miracles stopped, we do know that they ceased to be commonplace.

Those miracles attributed to the apostles were not as dramatic as those performed by Jesus. These included the raising of the dead, casting out demons, and healing the sick. Unlike Jesus, these men and women never performed a miracle like the feeding of the 5,000.

One of the most notable and impressive miracles was Jesus’ ability to turn water into wine. This is not a scientific miracle, but it’s a remarkable feat for a man to accomplish.

The miracle of the water to wine transformation was one of the first in a long line of public ministry miracles. Many Christians have used divine healing to spread the good news of God throughout the centuries.

Nevertheless, it’s not a coincidence that a number of the miracles attributed to the apostles were the smallest of all the small miracles. Indeed, the Bible states that “there were no apostles but twelve” – and that “twelve apostles were sent out.”

Aside from the fact that it’s a good thing, it’s also a very good thing that Jesus did. His ability to perform miracles showed the power of the Holy Spirit.

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