1And again he entered into Capernaum after some days; and it was noised that he was in the house. 2And straightway many were gathered together, insomuch that there was no room to receive them, no, not so much as about the door: and he preached the word unto them. 3And they come unto him, bringing one sick of the palsy, which was borne of four. 4And when they could not come nigh unto him for the press, they uncovered the roof where he was: and when they had broken it up, they let down the bed wherein the sick of the palsy lay.
He cured the blind man near the temple gate.
Because it is said that Jesus was spotted their and cured a man who could not walk. And every year they believe that one person who drinks the water from their religious fountain will be cured by the powers of jesus.
A:Commencing in John 5:2, we have the story of the five-sided pool at the sheep markets, where an angel would disturb the waters so that the first person to enter would be cured. A certain man, paralysed for 38 years had waited for the chance to be first, but others always beat him into the water. Archaeologists have found and identified the pool, which was part of an Asclepium, or temple to the Greek god of healing, Asclepius. It was not an angel who disturbed the waters, as stated in the gospel, but Asclepius himself. When Jesus cured the man it was a miracle, as it showed that Jesus was able to perform the same healing miracles as was the god Asclepius.
The Bible does not give this detail and so it probably never will be known. The focus in the story is on what Jesus did for him.
Jesus performed many miracles throughout his ministry. Some of the most notable were raising Lazarus from the dead, restoring sight to the blind man, turning water into wine at the wedding at Cana, and healing the paralysed man.
If you are referring to the man with the withered hand, it was because Jesus did the healing on the Sabbath when no work (such as healing) was to be done. If you are referring to the man who was let down through the roof on a pallet, Jesus not only healed him but also told him his sins were forgiven. This was a claim to be divine, for they well knew that only God can forgive sins, and they thought that Jesus was only a man.
A:Commencing in John 5:2, we have the story of the five-sided pool at the sheep markets, where an angel would disturb the waters so that the first person to enter would be cured. A certain man, paralysed for 38 years had waited for the chance to be first, but others always beat him into the water. Archaeologists have found and identified the pool, which was part of an Asclepium, or temple to the Greek god of healing, Asclepius. It was not an angel who disturbed the waters, as stated in the gospel, but Asclepius himself. When Jesus cured the man, it showed that Jesus was able to perform the same healing miracles as was the god Asclepius. No doubt wavering potential converts would have found strength in this knowledge.
yes he has been cured :)
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It is not stated why, but most likely it was so Jesus could continue His work unhindered. As it was, Christ was followed by great crowds who pressed around Him.
There was a man who lived at Bethany, "Simon the leper" mentioned 3 times in the New Testament who quite possibly could have been miraculously cured by Jesus. We are not told specifically, but..... If this man lived in his own home and people came to his house we know that his leprosy had been cured. Matthew 26:6 Mark 14:3, John 12:1.
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In ancient times it was customary for holy men to use spit when curing afflictions. In Mark, the earliest New Testament gospel, Jesus at first used spit, but in later miracles no longer needed to. In Mark 7:32-35, Jesus cured a deaf and dumb man, using spit. Then in Mark 8:23-25, Jesus cured a deaf and dumb man, using spit. In both episodes, Jesus is reported as using this technique, in the second case with difficulty. In time, and in the later gospels, Jesus became more and more proficient at performing miraculous cures, no longer demonstrating difficulty in the miracles he performed.
Christians believe that Jesus:walked on water.made insane people sanemade a multitude of fish appear in Simon Peter's fishing netcaused a fig tree to witherreplaced the ear that Peter cut off the man that came to take Jesus to be crucifiedchanged water into wineraised people from the dead (Matthew 9:18-26; Luke 7:11; John 11)Cured the blind, the crippled and paralysed , the deaf , lepers , the woman with a hemorrhage, an epileptic boy , and a man with dropsyfed thousands with a little foodcalmed a stormand He rose from the dead Himself....to name but a few.
He Cured him of his blindness, and he (the former blind man)became a faithful follower Of Christ, & was banned from the synagogue by the Pharisees.
A:Most of the miracles attributed to Jesus were healing miracles. At that time there were others who cured people, often by the faith of the person cured, but the most important and well-known of all was the Greek god Asclepius. It has been noted that the story of Jesus can often be compared to Asclepius, and in fact John's Gospel introduces the story of Jesus healing the lame man who had waited at the pool to be cured, but was unable to reach the water in time to be cured of his lameness. Archaeologists have found that pool and identified it as part of an Asclepium - a temple to Asclepius. John Dominic Crossan (The Birth of Christianity) says that faith heals or even cures some people of some diseases under some circumstances. He believes this was the case for both Asclepius and Jesus.
jesus was a man who was god's son
well jesus was a really nice man and kind
Jesus healed the blind man in Bethesda
He was a man and Jesus was a man and that's about as far as it goes - same as us - we are man (ans woman) and Jesus is man. But we and Muhammad are the sons and daughters of Adam, but Jesus was the son of God. Big difference!
Yes, Jesus had the power to heal. He healed a blind man, rose a girl from the dead, healed leprosy, and cured crippled and lame folks. Find more info in the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in your New Testament Bible.