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Believe it!

"Jesus performed many other signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book. But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name." John 20:30-31

Our Vacation Bible School this week has centered around the 7 miracles of Jesus recorded in the Gospel of John that He performed before His death, burial, and resurrection. They are meant to help everyone who reads his book to come to faith in Jesus. I can tell you on a very personal level that reading through John's Gospel multiple times has deepened my faith in Jesus and my love for Him. Here is a list of the miracles that John describes and where they can be found:

  1. Water into wine -- John 2:1-11
  2. Healing of the official's son -- John 4:46-52
  3. Healing of the man crippled for 38 years -- John 5:1-13
  4. The feeding of 5000 people -- John 6:1-14
  5. Walking on Water -- John 6:16-21
  6. Healing of a man born blind -- John 9:1-12
  7. The raising of Lazarus from the dead -- John 11:38-44

I hope you will read these passages that detail these miracles. What I really hope is that you will read through 1 chapter a day in the Gospel of John for the next few weeks, and then do it again. I have no doubt that you will be drawn closer to Jesus and want to know even more about Him.

Please email me if I can pray for you or help you learn more about Jesus. 



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