The single greatest miracle in the Bible, without question, is our redemption. There’s no miracle more important to God, or us, than having our wayward soul transformed by His amazing grace, and seeing Him restore us into His image and likeness once again.
Many other miracles have been performed throughout the Bible, many that make us stand in awe, and marvel at them. When it comes to being awestruck by the manifest power of God, we are not alone, because the Bible tells us that when Jesus performed some of His greatest miracles in front of His disciples, they ‘marveled’ at what He did. But I don’t blame them, do you? After all, whenever the Lord gives someone a breakthrough, or imparts a miracle in their life, it’s enough to make anyone marvel at the power they just witnessed in Him. I pray that miracles, signs, wonders and healings still accomplish that same work in us today. Rather than making a list of every miracle, sign, wonder or healing the Lord ever performed, and trying to categorize them by importance, or greatness, I think it would be far better if you would read the Bible for yourself, and discover firsthand what miraculous things the Lord has done.
As you do so, I ask you to do one more thing; remember, as you read about the miracles that God performed throughout history, that He has never changed. He is the “same yesterday, today, and forever,” and any miracle He worked in the past, for anyone, He is able to repeat in your life still today. Remember that: His power is not diminished, and it was not reserved for one specific time or season. Whatever God did then, He will still do in you, if you will simply believe Him at His Word. Isn’t it time for you to believe God afresh for the miracle(s) you need Him to perform in your life? He stands ready to do it for you – now just ask!
John 3:16-17 ESV, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God sent not His Son into the world, to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.”
Matthew 1:21 ESV, “She (Mary) will bear a son, and you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.”
Luke 19:10 ESV, “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”