The Miracles of Jesus Christ

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Introduction…………………………………………………………………
Miracles of Jesus Christ 1. Cures a. The Miracle of the Centurion’s Servant Healed………………. b. Jesus Cleanses a Leper…………………………………………... c. The Healing of Ten Lepers………………………………………. d. Healing a man with dropsy………………………………………. e. Healing a woman With Internal Bleeding……………………….. f. Healing two Blind Men……………………………………………. g. Blind bartmaeus Receives his sight……………………………….

2. Exorcism a. Healing a Mute Demoniac………………………………………….

3. Power Over Death a. Raising Jairus’ Daughter……………………………………………

4. Controlling Nature a. Water turned wine…………………………………………………… b. The Miracle of Jesus
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The Lord in his merciful providence exercises care over mankind because He is always a forgiving God.

The utterances of the Leper “Lord, if you will, you can make me clean”. This implies the acknowledgement of Christ’s Divinity. Such acknowledgement is the necessary qualification to draw from Him the operation of His Divine Virtue for the cure of disease whether mental or bodily. When Jesus touched Leper, this symbolizes His power and omnipotence, because the hand is formed to execute the determination of the will in which all power originates. In so doing, God our Father is demonstrating His love and care for His children.

The Healing of Ten Lepers
(Luke 17:11-19) “Now it happened as he went to Jerusalem that he passed through the midst of Samaria and Galilee. Then as he entered a certain village, there met him ten men who were lepers, who stood afar off”

Leprosy was the most feared disease of its time. The closet emotional equivalent today would to be told that you have AIDS. The disease of leprosy was a painful disease but the physical pain was not the most terrible part of the disorder. It first meant they had to face isolation. They were shut off from their family. They were shut off from their friends. They were shut off from God, in the sense that they could no longer enter the temple to worship. Lepers were swept into isolated colonies and required that when anyone ventured

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