Jesus Christ: The Importance of his Miracles Essay examples

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Jesus Christ: The Importance of his Miracles

Throughout history many people have given messages. They were trying to make people consider the messages. They would say that they would do something with out actually backing it up, or they would say they are someone with out proof. Jesus had made many messages that said that he was “the messiah”, the son of god. The performance of miracles had strengthened Jesus’ message. Because Jesus had done miracles to back up his message, people actually believed he was the messiah, Son of God. Many people believe Jesus actually performed miracles but some people believe he did not.

In the book by Washington F. Jarvis (p 65) it defines miracle as “an occurrence which we cannot explain in terms of
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In the book by Washington F. Jarvis (p 66) it say that “both those who rejected Jesus and those who accepted him saw the miracles not as a sign, an indication of who he was and what he was doing.” Some people but not the majority saw that he had some good in him. People thought that god or some heavenly spirit was working threw him. In the book in the book by Washington F. Jarvis (p 66- 67) it say that “except for the religious establishment, almost all who witnessed Jesus’ miracles saw them as a sign that the power and love of God were vividly present and at work in him (Jesus).”

People had believed that Jesus was a miracle worker because he could heal people from there illnesses, disabilities or from the evil spirits. Not a lot of people saw Jesus do miracles but some witnessed him do them then they would tell other people. Jesus would leave an impression or an impact on the people he did the miracles for or the people who witnessed him do it. In the book by Roy J. Porter (p 158) it says that “Jesus’ acts of healing and exorcism formed the major part of his activity and made the greatest impression upon those around him.” This quote proves that he made an impact or he got through to people with his message that he was the messiah, the son of God.

But still people would witness it and blame him for being evil. In the book by Washington F. Jarvis (p 66) it say that “the scribes and

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