Friday, 27 July 2007

More proof of Jesus' Divinity


IV. Jesus' Miracles Testify that He is God


Matt. 1:23; Mark 1:27,35 - Jesus was conceived in the virginal womb of the Blessed Mother.


Matt. 3:16-17; Mark 1:10-11; John 1:32 - God's Spirit descends upon Jesus and the Father declares Jesus to be His Son.


Matt. 4:23-24; 9:35;15:30; Mark 1:34; 3:10; 6:5; Luke 4:40; 7:10; 13:13; 14:4; John 4:52 - Jesus miraculously cures illness and disease.


Matt. 7:35 - Jesus cures a deaf person with a speech impediment.


Matt. 8:3; Mark 1:41; Luke 5:13; 17:14 - Jesus cures leprosy. Matt. 9:21-22; Mark 5:27-34; Luke 8:44 - the hem of Jesus' cloak cures the woman with the hemorrhage. See also Matt. 14:36.


Matt. 8:13; 9:7; Mark 2:9; Luke 5:25 - Jesus cures those who are paralyzed.


Matt. 8:15; Mark 1:31; Luke 4:39 - Jesus cures Peter's mother-in-law's fever.


Matt. 8:26; Mark 4:39; Luke 8:24 - Jesus calms the storm. Even the wind and sea obey Him.


Matt. 8:32; 9:33; 12:22; 15:28; 17:18; Mark 1:26,34; 3:11; 5:13; 7:30; 9:26; Luke 4:35,41; 8:33; 9:42; 11:14 - Jesus has power over demons.


Matt. 9:4; 12:25; Luke 6:8; 11:17 - Jesus knows people's thoughts.


Matt. 9:25; Mark 5:24; John 11:44 - Jesus raises people from the dead.


Matt. 9:30; 12:22; 20:34; 21:14; Mark 8:25; 10:52; Luke 7:21; 18:42; John 9:11 - Jesus cures the blind.


Matt. 12:13; Mark 3:5; Luke 6:10 - Jesus cures the man with the withered hand.


Matt. 14:19-20; 5:36-37; Mark 6:41-42; 8:7-8; Luke 9:16-17; John 6:11 - Jesus multiplies the loaves and fish and feeds the crowd of thousands.


Matt. 14:26; Mark 6:48; John 6:19 - Jesus walks on water.


Matt. 15:21; 16:21; 17:9,22; 20:18-19; 26:2; Mark 10:33-34; Luke 9:44; 17:25; 18:32-34 - Jesus predicts His passion.


Matt. 17:2; Mark 9:2; Luke 9:29 - Jesus is transfigured in glory.


Matt. 17:27 - Jesus miraculously has a shekel appear in the mouth of a fish.


Matt. 21:2-3; Mark 11:2; Luke 19:30 - Jesus predicts that a colt would be available for Him.


Matt. 21:19; Mark 11:14,20 - Jesus curses the fig tree and it withers.


Matt. 24:34; Mark 13:2; Luke 21:32 - Jesus predicts the fall of Jerusalem which occurred in 70 A.D.


Matt. 26:21-25; Mark 14:18-20; Luke 22:21; John 13:21,26 - Jesus predicts Judas' betrayal.


Matt. 26:26-28; Mk. 14:22,24; Luke 22;19-20; 1 Cor. 11:24-25 - Jesus changes bread and wine into His body and blood.


Matt. 26:34; Mark 14:30; Luke 22:34; John 13:38 - Jesus predicts Peter's denial.


Matt. 27:51-54; Mark 15:38-39 - supernatural events occur at Jesus' death.


Matt. 28:9; Mark 16:9,12,14; Luke 7:14-15; 8:54-55; 24:5,31,36; John 20:14,19,26; 21:1-14 - Jesus rises from the dead.


Mark 14:13; Luke 22:10 - Jesus predicts that a man carrying a jug of water will show them the furnished room for the Passover.


Mark 16:19; Luke 24:51 - Jesus ascends into heaven.


Luke 2:13-14 - the angels praise Jesus' birth.


Luke 5:7; John 21:6 - Jesus directs the miraculous catch of fish.


Luke 24:31 - Jesus has the ability to vanish out of sight.


John 2:9 - Jesus changes water into wine.


John 13:36; 21:18 - Jesus predicts Peter's death. Peter was martyred in Rome around 67 A.D.


John 20:19,26 - Jesus has the ability to appear even when the doors are locked. V. Jesus Christ is Worshipped


Rev. 4:9-11; 5:8,12-14; 7:11-12 - both Jesus and the Father are worshiped. The Greek word for worship is "proskuneo" which always means the worship of God. Matt. 2:2,11 - the magi who came to see the newborn Jesus came to worship Him. Matt. 8:2 - a leper came to Jesus and worshiped Him without rebuke. Matt. 14:33 - the apostles who were in the boat worshiped Jesus without rebuke. Matt. 28:9 - Jesus' disciples took His feet and worshiped Him without rebuke. Matt. 28:17 - Jesus' disciples saw Him and then worshiped Him. Mark 5:6 - the man with the unclean spirit ran to Jesus and worshiped Him. Luke 1:11 - Mary accepts Elizabeth's declaration "the Mother of my Lord" = the Mother of my God (Elizabeth used the word "Adonai" which means "Lord God"). Luke 24:52 - as Jesus ascended into heaven, the apostles worshiped Him. John 9:38 - the blind man who was cured by Jesus worshiped Him. John 20:28 - Jesus accepts Thomas' statement "My Lord and my God!" Literally, "the Lord of me and the God of me!" (in Greek, "Ho Kurios mou kai ho Theos mou").

No comments: