There are 23 specific stories of Jesus healing people, plus at least 9 sections include an account of mass healings and Jesus’ fame for healing countless people, and another 13 miracles of Jesus. Of the 23 instances of healing, 7 occurred on the Sabbath, and of those he was condemned for his actions only four times.1
These three tables are designed to help you jump to each passage in the Harmony of the Gospels so that you can study each healing and miracle in harmony, context, and chronological order. Click on the title provided in column 1 to read each account in the Harmony of the Gospels, or mouse over the individual passage to read the text of just one Gospeler.2
In these 9 instances we read records of when Jesus healed more than one or two people – so many that they are counted in mass as multitudes, many, and everyone. And if all these accounts of Jesus’ power, mercy, and goodness weren’t enough to impress you John concludes his Gospel account saying that Jesus’ miracles are to numerous to record (John 20:30, 21:25).
|Healing at Evening||43||3||Matt. 8:16||Mark 1:32-34||Luke 4:40|
|First Galilean Preaching Tour||44||3||Matt. 4:23-25||Mark 3:9-12||Luke 5:15|
|After Returning to Galilee from Judea||57||5a||Matt. 11:4-5||Luke 7:21-22|
|Second Galilean Preaching Tour||70a||5a||Matt. 9:35-38||Luke 6:17-19|
|Third Galilean Preaching Tour||72b||5b||Matt. 14:14||Luke 9:11|
|Land of Gennesaret||75||5b||Matt. 14:34-36||Mark 6:53-56|
|Mountain Near Sea of Galilee||79a||5b||Matt. 15:29-31|
|Great Multitudes in Judea||122||5c||Matt. 19:1-2|
|At the Temple in Jerusalem||128b||5d||Matt. 21:14-15|
In addition to all these healings we list below 13 specific miracles recorded in the Gospels, but there are 9 other times in which Jesus appeared to his disciples and apostles and also 4 more post-Ascension appearances which seems to qualify for miraculous.10
|Turning water to wine||29||2||John 2:1-11|
|The 1st catch of fish||41||3||Luke 5:1-11|
|Raising the widow of Nain’s son from the dead||56||5a||Luke 7:11-15|
|Calming the storm||65||5a||Matt. 8:23-27||Mark 4:37-41||Luke 8:22-25|
|Raising Jairus’ daughter from the dead||67||5a||Matt. 9:18-25||Mark 5:22-42||Luke 8:41-56|
|Feeding the 5,000||72c||5b||Matt. 14:15-21||Mark 6:35-44||Luke 9:12-17||John 6:5-13|
|Walking on the water||74||5b||Matt. 14:25||Mark 6:48-51||John 6:19-21|
|The boat immediately reaching shore||74||5b||John 6:21|
|Feeding the 4,000||79b||5b||Matt. 15:32-38||Mark 8:1-9|
|Finding of the coin in the fish’s mouth||89||5b||Matt. 17:24-27|
|Raising Lazarus from the dead||118b||5c||John 11:17-44|
|The withered fig tree||129a||5d||Matt. 21:18-22||Mark 11:20-26|
|Jesus’ Resurrection11||170–171||5d||Matt. 28:2-8||Mark 16:2-6||Luke 24:1-8||John 20:1|
|The 2nd catch of fish 12||180||5d||John 21:1-11|
- We address this topic in greater depth in week 98, Section 110 “Freed from Infirmity”
- Download the OSL reference of Jesus’ healings and miracles.
- Sabbath healing at temple in Capernaum
- Sabbath healing at temple in Capernaum
- Jesus was condemned for healing on the Sabbath at the temple in Jerusalem
- Jesus was condemned for healing on the Sabbath at the temple in Capernaum
- Jesus was condemned for healing on the Sabbath at the temple in Jerusalem.
- Jesus was condemned for healing on the Sabbath at the temple most probably in Judea.
- Sabbath healing at temple in Jerusalem.
- The 4 post-Ascension appearances include: Jesus’ Appearance to Saul Acts 9:1-9; and three other occurrences as told by Paul in 1 Corinthians 15:3-8: Jesus appeared to over 500 men; Jesus appeared to James, Jesus’ brother; Jesus’ appearance to ‘all the apostles’.
- Jesus’ resurrection is a miracle attributed to the Trinity and so to himself. This is integral to the Gospel, his identity, and our own victory and worship (Sursum corda).
- This is but one of 9 post-Resurrection appearances in which Jesus visits his apostles and disciples – something memorable for sure and probably miraculous. These can be found in phase 5d – Post Resurrection Appearances.