|1||Cleansing a Leper||8:2||1:40||5:12|
|2||Healing a Centurion's Servant (of paralysis)||8:5||7:1|
|3||Healing Peter's Mother-in-Law||8:14||1:30||4:38|
|4||Healing the Sick at Evening||8:16||1:32||4:40|
|5||Stilling the Storm||8:23||4:35||8:22|
|6||Demons Entering a Heard of Swine||8:28||5:1||8:26|
|7||Healing a Paralytic||9:2||2:3||5:18|
|8||Raising the Official's Daughter||9:18,23||5:22,35||8:40,49|
|9||Healing the Hemorrhaging Woman||9:20||5:25||8:43|
|10||Healing Two Blind Men||9:27|
|11||Curing a Demon-Possessed, Mute Man||9:32|
|12||Healing a Man's Withered Hand||12:9||3:1||6:6|
|13||Curing a Demon-Possessed Blind and Mute Man||12:22||11:14|
|14||Feeding the Five Thousand||14:13||6:30||9:10||6:1|
|15||Walking on the Sea||14:25||6:48||6:19|
|16||Healing the Canaanite Woman's Daughter||15:21||7:24|
|17||Feeding the Four Thousand||15:32||8:1|
|18||Healing the Lunatic Boy||17:14||9:17||9:38|
|19||Two-drachma Tax in the Fish's Mouth||17:24|
|20||Healing Two Blind Men||20:30||10:46||18:35|
|21||Withering the Fig Tree||21:18||11:12|
|22||Casting Out an Unclean Spirit||1:23||4:33|
|23||Healing a Deaf-Mute||7:31|
|24||Healing a Blind Man at Bethsaida||8:22|
|25||Escape from the Hostile||4:30|
|26||Catch of Fish||5:1|
|27||Raising of a Widow's Son at Nain||7:11|
|28||Healing the Afflicted Bent Woman||13:11|
|29||Healing the Man with Dropsy||14:1|
|30||Cleansing the Ten Lepers||17:11|
|31||Restoring a Servant's Ear||22:51|
|32||Turning Water into Wine||2:1|
|33||Healing the Royal Official's Son (of fever)||4:46|
|34||Healing an Afflicted Man at Bethesda||5:1|
|35||Healing the Man Born Blind||9:1|
|36||Raising of Lazarus||11:43|
|37||Second Catch of Fish||21:1|
Source: John MacArthur Study Bible (NASB) p.1425 (1997 by Thomas Nelson, Inc.)
Therefore many other signs Jesus also performed in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name (John 20:30-31).
Men of Israel, listen to these words: Jesus the Nazarene, a man attested to you by God with miracles and wonders and signs which God performed through Him...(Acts 2:22).
This man (Nicodemus) came to Jesus by night and said to Him, “ Rabbi, we know that You have come from God as a teacher; for no one can do these signs that You do unless God is with him” (John 3:2).
Jesus answered them, "I told you, and you don't believe. The works that I do in my Father's name, these testify about me (John 10:25).
But if I do them, though you don't believe me, believe the works; that you may know and believe that the Father is in me, and I in the Father" (John 10:38).
But though he had done so many miracles before them, yet they believed not on him: (John 12:37)
Rabbi Moses Maimonides: (1135-1204) "What is the manner of Messiah's advent....there shall rise up one of whom none have known before, and signs and wonders which they shall see performed by him will be the proofs of his true origin; (1)
In Matthew 12:22-24 we are taught that everyone understood that the healing of a blind and mute man had miraculously occurred. The religious authorities couldn't deny the miracle, they could only question the source of the power, giving Beelzelbul, the prince of the demons, the credit instead of God.
All of Jesus miracles met specific needs, such as opening blind eyes or deaf ears, delivering those oppressed by demons, feeding hungry people, or calming a threatening storm.(2)
The Pharisees and Scribes, unable to deny His supernatural power, and unwilling to attribute it to God, were left with the blasphemous alternative that His power came from Satan himself (Matt. 12:24; Mark 3:22; Luke 11:15).(3)
Learn more about Jesus our Messiah from the Master Messiah Page.
1). From the Letter to the South (Yemen), quoted in The Fifty-third Chapter of Isaiah According to the Jewish Interpreters, Ktav Publishing House, 1969, Volume 2, pages 374-5.
2). The MacArthur New Testament Commentary John 1-11 p.79.
3). The MacArthur New Testament Commentary John 1-11 p.27.