Across the four Gospel accounts, only two stories appear in all four: 1) the death and resurrection of Christ, and 2) the feeding of the 5,000 from five loaves and two small fish. That all four Gospel authors included the account of God's miraculous provision suggests that this event carries particular significance.
Matthew 1:18 This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about: His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found to be pregnant through the Holy Spirit.
Great one Rich! Now this really shows ALL that GOD (Spirit) fathered Himself (Jesus Christ)! Col 2:9! NOTHING is IMPOSSIBLE w/GOD whose name is JESUS! Not father/son but Father/Son (GOD)!
I believe that the greatest miracle/sign in the bible is Jonah's.
When the Jews asked Jesus to show them a miracle/sign, Jesus said "there shall no sign be given to it, but the sign of the prophet Jonah"...
(Sign in the bible means miracle).
If Jesus's birth was the greatest miracle, Jesus was going to tell them, my birth but instead he mentioned Jonah staying alive 3 days and 3 nights in the belly of the whale.
by Ahmad Usman 7 years ago
Sincce Christian friends claim that bible is the inspired word of God, even though there is no such book as "Gospel of Jesus". All we find today are the Gospels written by those who didn't live and know Jesus at all. The earliest of them wrote 40 years after Jesus while the last of them...
by Adam M. Hanson 5 years ago
Why do Christians who predict the end of the world often mention Matthew 24:36?Matthew 24:36 reads "No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." However, many Christians who make predictions of the end of the world/the...
by Hokey 8 years ago
Splitting the Red Sea!!!! Walking on water!!!!!Raising the !!!! Have you ever wondered why All these and more monumental miracles were performed in the ancient days and the more educated man has become how the miracles stopped....
by Jeromeo 8 years ago
No not everyone goes to heaven when he or she dies.Jn 18:36 Jesus said, "My kingdom is not of this world . . . this realm" Jn V3 I will come and receive you that where I am YOU may be also Its your home and its a question of time before you go home-everyone goes home You must want to go...
by Nicole Canfield 6 years ago
So, if the people on earth were Pagan before Christ ever got here, where did they go? Heaven or Hell? What if they never heard the name of Jesus or knew about the Jewish faith, is that fair to send them all to Hell?
by Robie Benve 5 years ago
Reincarnation: did previous lives happen? And what does the Bible say about it?I've been hearing a lot about previous-life experience lately. Though I'm skeptical about it, I admit that I like to think it was true. Does the Bible say anything about that? Are there any scientific elements to support...
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