How, does Jesus perform miracles?

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Many groups of atheists like to make fun of the so-called biblical miracles, because without thinking, they consider facts impossible to occur.
But are the miracles of Christ impossible to happen? In Brazil, the Indians considered that water was used to put out fire. But the Portuguese burned a liquid that for the Indians would be considered water.
What made the Indians consider the Portuguese as magicians.
An individual with a cell phone can communicate with another individual on the other side of the world almost instantly, through invisible signals, which are electromagnetic waves. For an individual of the mind of the ancient Barbarians, this would be considered miraculous.
So, in fact, atheists who like to make fun of miracles are in the mental position of Indians, barbarians, or even cavemen. Since Jesus' miracles are much more than the materials Jesus used.
Many atheists question the following miracle described in John 9:6 and 7.
Having said this, he spat on the ground, mixed dirt with saliva and applied it to the man's eyes.
Then I told him: "Go wash yourself in the pool of Siloam" (which means Sent). The man went, washed and came back seeing.
Can we think that it is the mass produced that made the individual see? Was it really these products that generated the change?
A person with biblical knowledge would understand that these actions are just for the people around them to see a material effect.
For example, God is an invisible entity, as we have the text in Colossians 1:15 that refers to Jesus as being the image of God, which says:
He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation.
Now, how does the invisible have an image? It sounds strange, but we make images of invisible things all the time. And we accept this normally.
For example, gravity is invisible, nobody sees gravity but feels its effects. And men make the image of gravity invisible. Isaac Newton was the first to make the image of gravity, the so-called Law of Gravity.
The law of gravity is the image of invisible gravity. But Albert Einstein, managed to analyze a more accurate picture of gravity, and determined universal gravitation, using the field equations of General Relativity.
What we have is that man normally needs something visible to accept something. Thus, people sought to create stone gods, to be visible, because the invisible God was difficult to be accepted.
Thus, Christ came as the image of the invisible God. Thus being able to observe the effects of God, as a mathematical formula shows the invisible effects of nature.
And what does this have to do with Jesus' miracles? We can read a story of a Roman centurion and we can read the verses:
When Jesus entered Capernaum, a centurion approached him, asking for his help.
And he said, "Lord, my servant is at home, paralyzed, in terrible suffering."
Jesus told him, "I will heal you."
From what we read, then Jesus would have to go to the paralyzed servant to heal. Upon reading, what we have is that it would be necessary for Jesus to be close to the sick person in order to heal him. But the verse continues:
The centurion replied: "Lord, I do not deserve to receive you under my roof. But just say a word, and my servant will be healed. In
other words, the centurion knew that it was not necessary to see for something to happen , just as it is not necessary to see gravity, for objects to follow the law of gravity.
And the verse continues.
For I too am a man subject to authority, with soldiers under my command. I say to one: Go, and he goes; and to another: Come, and he comes. I say to my servant: Do this, and he does."
See that in addition to understanding, the centurion who was not a Hebrew understood the logical workings of things. Usually an atheist who mocks biblical miracles, does not use rationality, simply seeks to try humiliate the other. An individual with rationality, when trying to understand calmly and respectfully, can understand more than groups that follow without knowing what they are doing.
Many Christians can be likened to a parrot. The parrot can speak phrases, or even sing songs , but can not understand what is talking or singing.
Jesus himself showed several times that the Israelites did not understand what they read or what they did, they just did like parrots.
And so Jesus said to the centurion.
Hearing this, Jesus was amazed and said to those who followed him: "I tell you the truth: I have not found anyone in Israel with such faith.
See that what we are seeing here is not merely the system of believing, it is believing the point of observing the reality of what is happening.
An atheist who likes to mock, does not seek to understand the reality of a fact, but how best to humiliate the other person. But the centurion did what is necessary, to understand what was in the miracle , for it involved more real actions than spitting and making mud, or going to where the sick person is.
And in this Jesus said.
I tell you that many will come from East and West, and will sit at table with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the Kingdom of Heaven.
For the Israelites the ultimate symbol of faith was Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and Jesus defined that it is not because of being an Israeli that one is important in the faith, because people from other peoples would sit in an equal position with these patriarchs of the Israelites, and this he speaks, generated anger in many of them, because they wanted to consider themselves better than other peoples.
But Jesus showed in practice that the Centurion, a Roman, who grew up in paganism, understood better about divine things than the Jews themselves.
And said about those who think they are better than others, by mere position.
But the subjects of the Kingdom will be cast out into darkness, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth."
Thus, those who were thinking that just by being in a group, they would receive different treatment and could make any mistake. These were not going to be in Jesus' Kingdom.
And it ends.
So, Jesus said to the centurion, "Go! As you believed, so it will happen to you!" Instantly his servant was healed.
What can be seen is that it was not necessary to make mud, say a big prayer, or even go to the sick person. Instantly the individual can be healed. For there are deeper and more invisible laws at work.
For those who study the physical sciences, these invisible and instantaneous laws are observed throughout the universe. Which are not written spells, or potions, or prayers. These are highly complex rules, and difficult to understand, and that often cannot be predicted.
Thus, Jesus' miracles are not within the limitations that are considered to exist. These limitations have been put in for man to see.
The miracles that Jesus performed have no need for anything visible, no need for space, or even time. But the bad man tries to make jokes, with what he doesn't want to understand.
So, when reading about a miracle of Jesus, understand that the actions are merely didactic, as the reality is far superior.


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