The Miracles of Jesus

By December 17, 2021December 18th, 2021Uncategorized

Every messenger of God sent to his people was given miracles. These miracles were a sign to their people of the truthfulness of the messengers and how they carried God’s message. One of the messengers whose miracles are mentioned by God in the Quran, is the messenger Jesus. God gave Jesus the ability to perform the following miracles:

  1. Speaking as a baby – God describes this to us in the Quran, “[But] he said: ‘I am a servant of God. He has granted me the Scripture; made me a prophet; made me blessed wherever I may be. He commanded me to pray, to give alms as long as I live, to cherish my mother. He did not make me domineering or graceless. Protection was on me the day I was born, and will be on me the day I die and the day I am raised to life again.’” [19:23-26]                                                                                                                                                                                          
  2. Making bird shapes out of clay and bringing them to life – “I will make the shape of a bird for you out of clay, then breathe into it and, with God’s permission, it will become a real bird.” [3:49]                                                                   
  3. Curing the blind and the leper –  “I will heal the blind and the leper…” [3:49]                                                                          
  4. Bringing the dead back to life –  “…and bring the dead back to life with God’s permission.” [3:49]                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
  5. Telling people about their hidden affairs – “I will tell you what you may eat and what you may store up in your houses. There truly is a sign for you in this, if you are believers.” [3:49]                                                                                  
  6. The revelation of the Gospel –  “I have come to confirm the truth of the Torah which preceded me, and to make some things lawful to you which used to be forbidden. I have come to you with a sign from your Lord. Be mindful of God, obey me.” [3:50]                                                                                                                                                                      
  7. The heavenly feast –  “Jesus, son of Mary, said, ‘Lord, send down to us a feast from heaven so that we can have a festival- the first and last of us- and a sign from You. Provide for us: You are the best provider.’” [5:114]
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suzette Neil
suzette Neil(@suzetteneil46gmail-com)
1 month ago

So jesus is:the son of god born of the virgin mary

Ahmad
Ahmad
1 month ago
Reply to  suzette Neil

No. Jesus is the servant of God and his messenger. He was born of the Virgin Mary.

https://www.bibleislam.com/son_of_who.php

Josh
Josh
1 month ago

The wording here seems incorrect and illogical. Perhaps it is an error in translation? For example we are talking about Jesus (pbuh) yet points 2-6 imply that Jesus (pbuh) is speaking yet it says “God says,”

Ahmad
Ahmad
1 month ago
Reply to  Josh

The references are from the Quran which is God’s speech, hence “God says”. However, the quotes are regarding what Jesus said during his life time and capture his words. God is telling us what Jesus really said.

Luther
Luther
1 month ago

So is Jesus God in human flesh

Tylen
Tylen
1 month ago
Reply to  Luther

No Jesus (PBUH) is a human he’s just one of gods messengers.

Ahmad
Ahmad
1 month ago
Reply to  Luther
Ahmad
Ahmad
1 month ago
Reply to  Luther

Did you skip this part of the article?

“One of the messengers whose miracles are mentioned by God in the Quran, is the messenger Jesus. God gave Jesus the ability to perform the following miracles:”

Graham
Graham
1 month ago

So is jesus god or who is he really in the quran?

Tylen
Tylen
1 month ago
Reply to  Graham

No Jesus (PBUH) is a human he’s just one of gods messengers. In the Quran he’s mentioned multiple times as Gods prophet.

Ahmad
Ahmad
1 month ago
Reply to  Graham