The miracles of Jesus Christ and the countless wonders He performed during His time on earth is amazing. Jesus our Savior changed the lives of everyone around Him and everywhere He went. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John documents many of the miracles performed by Jesus.
These miracles represent only a tiny fraction of the innumerable wonders Jesus had worked in people’s lives. This is best explained in the Gospel of John: And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen. — John 21:25
Jesus’ astonishing miracles during His earthly ministry can be classified into three categories: i) mighty deeds, ii) representing something else, such as the Kingdom of God, and iii) something extraordinary. The 7 types of miracles that our Lord and Savior performed in this earth is given below.
7 Types of Miracles Jesus Performed
When performing supernatural acts of love and power, Jesus revealed His divine nature, limitless compassion, absolute authority over nature, and showed that He is the Son of God and the promised Messiah. These miracles will build your faith and prepare you to receive your miracle today, as Jesus is unchanged and still does miracles to save and heal us.
Here is a list of 37 miracles performed by Jesus in chronological order, including the miracles of physical healing, Jesus’ power over nature, and bringing people back to life, including Lazarus, Jairus’ daughter, and the Nain widow’s son.
37 Miracles of Jesus in Chronological Order
|No.||Miracles of Jesus||Location||Scripture|
|1||Jesus turns water into wine at a wedding||Cana in Galilee||John 2:1-11|
|2||Jesus heals a nobleman’s son||Capernaum in Galilee||John 4:43-54|
|3||Jesus drives out an evil spirit from a man||Capernaum in Galilee||Mark 1:21-27|
|4||Jesus heals Peter’s mother-in-law sick with fever||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 8:14-15, Mark 1:29-31, Luke 4:38-39|
|5||Jesus heals many sick and oppressed at evening||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 8:16-17, Mark 1:32-34, Luke 4:40-41|
|6||First miraculous catch of fish||Sea of Galilee||Luke 5:1-11|
|7||Jesus cleanses a man with leprosy||Galilee||Matthew 8:1-4, Mark 1:40-45, Luke 5:12-14|
|8||Jesus heals a centurion’s paralyzed servant||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:1-10|
|9||Jesus heals a paralytic who was let down from the roof||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 9:1-8, Mark 2:1-12, Luke 5:17-26|
|10||Jesus heals a man’s withered hand on the Sabbath||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 12:9-14, Mark 3:1-6, Luke 6:6-11|
|11||Jesus raises a widow’s son from the dead||Nain||Luke 7:11-17|
|12||Jesus calms a storm on the sea||Sea of Gennesaret||Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25|
|13||Jesus casts demons into a herd of pigs||A city in the country of the Gadarenes||Matthew 8:28-33, Mark 5:1-20, Luke 8:26-39|
|14||Jesus heals a woman in the crowd with an issue of blood||Galilee||Matthew 9:20-22, Mark 5:25-34, Luke 8:42-48|
|15||Jesus raises Jairus’ daughter back to life||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 9:18, 23-26, Mark 5:21-24,|
35-43, Luke 8:40-42,
|16||Jesus heals two blind men||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 9:27-31|
|17||Jesus heals a man who was unable to speak||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 9:32-34|
|18||Jesus heals a man, who had an infirmity for 38 years||Bethesda||John 5:1-15|
|19||Jesus feeds 5,000 men plus women and children||Bethsaida||Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:30-44, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-15|
|20||Jesus walks on water||Sea of Galilee||Matthew 14:22-33, Mark 6:45-52, John 6:16-21|
|21||Jesus heals many sick as they touch his garment||Gennesaret||Matthew 14:34-36, Mark 6:53-56|
|22||Jesus heals the Syrophenician woman’s demon-possessed daughter||Borders of Tyre and Sidon||Matthew 15:21-28, Mark 7:24-30|
|23||Jesus heals a deaf and dumb man||Coasts of Decapolis||Mark 7:31-37|
|24||Jesus feeds 4,000 men plus women and children||Galilee||Matthew 15:32-39, Mark 8:1-13|
|25||Jesus heals a blind man||Bethsaida||Mark 8:22-26|
|26||Jesus heals a man born blind by spitting in his eyes||Jerusalem||John 9:1-12|
|27||Jesus heals a boy with an unclean spirit||Mount Hermon||Matthew 17:14-20, Mark 9:14-29, Luke 9:37-43|
|28||Miraculous temple tax in a fish’s mouth||Capernaum in Galilee||Matthew 17:24-27|
|29||Jesus heals a blind, mute demoniac||Judea||Matthew 12:22-23, Luke 11:14-23|
|30||Jesus heals a woman who had been crippled for 18 years||Judea||Luke 13:10-17|
|31||Jesus heals a man with dropsy on the sabbath||Perea||Luke 14:1-6|
|32||Jesus cleanses ten lepers on the way to Jerusalem||Borders of Samaria||Luke 17:11-19|
|33||Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead||Bethany||John 11:1-45|
|34||Jesus restores sight to Bartimaeus||Jericho||Mark 10:46-52, Luke 18:35-43|
|35||Jesus withers the fig tree on the road from Bethany||Mount of Olives||Matthew 21:18-22, Mark 11:12-14|
|36||Jesus heals a servant’s severed ear while he is being arrested||Gethsemane||Luke 22:50-51|
|37||The second miraculous catch of fish||Sea of Tiberias||John 21:4-11|
Brief Mentions of Other Miracles of Jesus
(i) Jesus had cured diseases and cast out evil spirits in women, one of them was Mary Magdalene, from whom seven demons had come out. (Mark 16:9, Luke 8:2). (ii) Jesus continued to heal people and cast out devils even though Herod Antipas wanted to kill him. (Luke 13:31–32)
The miracles of Jesus Christ are a testament to His divinity and absolute power over everything. During His time on earth, many people witnessed His miracles firsthand. People believed in the miracles since there was a sufficient number of them and He performed more miracles than recorded in the four gospels.
The miracles of Jesus Christ were of a wide variety from turning water into wine to raising the dead. There were around 17 specific healing miracles that are recorded. The miracles of Jesus Christ included healing incurable diseases and the ability to heal without being physically present. Also, Jesus Christ exercised authority over all realms. He demonstrated His authority over nature, demons, life, and death.
Moreover, all the miracles of Jesus Christ were performed publicly in front of large crowds such as the feeding of the five thousand and providing food for the four thousand. The miracles were beneficial to people, recorded by eyewitnesses, and were done for a specific purpose without any props.
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