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Jesus’ Miracles in Jerusalem

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Jesus’ miracles in Jerusalem are among the most powerful and well-known events in his ministry. Throughout his time in Jerusalem, Jesus performed many miraculous acts that left those who witnessed them in awe and wonder.


Jesus is Taken to the High Priest
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In This Photo: The Pool of Bethesda You Can Visit and See With Your Eyes.

From healing the sick to raising the dead, Jesus showed his divine power and brought hope to those suffering. One of the most famous miracles performed by Jesus in Jerusalem was the healing of a blind man.



One of Jesus’ Miracles in Jerusalem is told In the Gospel of John. Jesus encountered a man who had been blind since birth. He spat on the ground, made clay with the saliva, and then applied the clay to the man’s eyes, telling him to wash in the Siloam pool. When the man did as he was told, his sight was restored, and he could see for the first time.

The Pool of Siloam
Pool of Siloam
In This Photo: The Siloam Pool Where Jesus Cured the Eyes of A Blind Man.

Another well-known miracle Jesus performed near Jerusalem was raising Lazarus from the dead. Lazarus, a close friend of Jesus, had died and was buried in a tomb for four days. When Jesus arrived, he ordered the stone to be rolled away from the tomb and called out to Lazarus to come out. To the amazement of everyone present, Lazarus emerged from the tomb, alive and well.

In addition to these miracles, Jesus performed many other acts of healing and restoration in Jerusalem. He healed a man paralyzed for 38 years, as told in John 5: 1-15.


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In This Photo: The Tomb of Lazarus in Bethany

These miracles were not just displays of power but also demonstrations of Jesus’ compassion and love for those suffering. He showed he was a miracle worker and a friend to those who needed him most.

Despite the incredible impact of these miracles, not everyone was convinced of Jesus’ divinity. Some religious leaders were threatened by his teachings and feared that he would lead a rebellion against the Roman Empire. They plotted to have him arrested and ultimately crucified, which he was.



However, even in death, Jesus’ legacy lived on. His resurrection three days after his crucifixion demonstrated his ultimate victory over death and sin, and it continues to inspire and give hope to millions worldwide.

In conclusion, Jesus’ miracles in Jerusalem were powerful displays of his divine power and love for humanity. He brought hope to those suffering through his healing and restoration, demonstrating compassion for all. His legacy continues to inspire and give hope to millions, and his message of love and forgiveness is as relevant today as it was 2,000 years ago.

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Hi! My name is Arik, an Israeli native who dedicated his life to sharing my passion for the Holy Land with those interested in knowing more about this incredible piece of land. I’m the Chief Guide at ‘APT Private Tours in Israel’.

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Healing the Paralytic at Bethesda

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