The DARK Trinity – The Return Of The Gods WITH/ Jonathan Cahn

Miracles in Christianity


Miracles in Christianity

Having been around for centuries, Christianity is one of the world’s oldest religions. There are about 2.38 billion followers worldwide. This makes it the world’s largest faith. The gospel of Jesus Christ provides the assurance of an afterlife. It also meets practical needs.

The Bible gives us many examples of miracles. In fact, divine healing was a prominent part of the early Church’s ministry. It was manifest during the ministries of the Apostles. In the New Testament, the Greek word sozo means “heal” or “save.”

Some of the earliest Christians had impressive faith. For example, an epileptic boy was miraculously freed from a demon. Other miraculous feats include a dead child being brought back to life and a leper being restored to health.

In the Middle Ages, many Christians expected that divine healing was a relic of the past. After Constantine converted to Christianity in 312, healings began to dwindle. In the twelfth century, the anointing of the sick became a sacrament, though it was restricted to those at risk of death.

The earliest Christian churches fanned out across the globe. These churches tended to heal the sick, deliver the dead, and proclaim the gospel. In the early fourth century, church growth increased rapidly. For three centuries, half a million new converts joined the church.

The Holy Spirit is said to be responsible for miracles. The Holy Spirit is said to be responsible for the miracle of the “second blessing”, which is the infilling of the Holy Spirit. The infilling of the Holy Spirit is said to free a believer from the pollution of sin.

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