Sunday, May 31, 2015

THE GOD OF THE BIBLE IS ALMIGHTY, SUPERNATURAL.......All The Supernatural Events Recorded in the Bible

All The Supernatural Events Recorded in the Bible

Not all these events are miracles in the technical sense of a direct action of God superseding a natural law. Some (e.g. Gen. 7, 19) may be a special act of divine providence where God uses natural laws to accomplish His purpose.

Genesis

1 Creation of the world.
5:19–24 Translation of Enoch to be with God.
7:9–12, 17–24 The Noahic Flood.
11:1, 5–9 The Judgement on the Tower of Babel.
12:10–20 , 17:15–19; 18:10–14 Plagues on Pharaoh for taking Abraham's wife.
21:1–8 Sarah's conception of Isaac.
19:9–11 Angels blind the Sodomites.
19:15–29 The destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.
19:24–26 Lot's wife turned to salt.

Exodus

3:1–15The Burning Bush.
4:1–5Moses' rod turned into a serpent and back.
4:6–7Moses' hand become leprous and is restored.
7:10–12Aaron's rod turns into a serpent and swallows up the rods of the Egyptian sorcerers.
7:19–24Water in Egypt turned into blood.
8:5–7; 12–13Frogs brought forth on the land of Egypt.
8:16–18Lice are brought forth on the land of Egypt.
8:20–24Swarms of flies are brought forth on Egypt but not on the land of Goshen.
9:1–7Murrian (deadly pestilence) is brought on the cattle of the Egyptians, but not on Israel's cattle.
9:8–11Ashes produce boils on the Egyptians but not on Israel's men and animals.
9:22–26A terrible storm of thunder, hail, and fire which ran along the ground.
10:3–19A plague of locusts on the Egyptians.
10:21–23A plague of darkness was brought on the Egyptians while Israel had light.
12:29–30Slaying the first born children.
13:21–22The pillar of cloud led Israel by day, and the fire led them by night.
14:19–20The angel of the Lord protects Israel from the Egyptians.
14:21–29The parting of the Red Sea.
15:23–25Sweetening of the bitter waters of Marah.
16:12–13The camp of Israel is covered with quail.
16:14–15Manna is provided for Israel to eat.
17:5–6Moses strikes the rock and water is provided.
17:8–16Remarkable victory over Amalek.
19:16–18Fire and smoke engulf Mount Sinai.
19:19–25God answers Moses from the Mount.
20:1–17God gives the Ten Commandments to Moses.

Leviticus

9:23–24Fire from the Lord consumes the burnt offering.
10:1–7The fatal judgment upon Nadab and Abihu.

Numbers

11:1–2Fire from God to consume murmuring Israelites.
12:10–15Miriam is made leprous and is healed.
16:35Fire from the Lord consumes 250 men who offered incense.
16:28–33Korah and his rebels are swallowed by the earth.
16:46–48The plague stopped by the offering of incense.
17:8Aaron's rod buds.
20:7–11Moses strikes the rock to bring forth water.
21:6–9Healing by looking at the brass serpent.
22:21–35Balaam's donkey speaks.

Joshua

3:14–17The waters of the Jordan are divided.
5:13–15The appearance of the Captain of the Lord's hosts.
6The fall of Jericho.
10:12–14The sun stands still upon Gibeon.

Judges

2:1–5The Angel of the Lord appears to Israel.
3:8–11The Spirit of the Lord comes upon Othniel.
3:31Shamgar slays 600 Philistines with an ox-goad.
6:11–24The Angel of the Lord appears to Gideon.
6:36–40The sign of Gideon's fleece.
7:15–25God delivers Midian into the hands of Gideon.
13:3–21The Angel of the Lord appears to Manoah.
14:5–6Samson slays the young lion.
15:14–17Samson slays the Philistines with the jawbone of a donkey.
16:3Samson tears down the city gate and carries it away.
16:27–31Samson causes the collapse of the temple of Dagon.

1 Samuel

3:2–10The voice of God calling Samuel.
5:1–5The overturning of the god, Dagon.
5:6–12Philistines in Ashdod smitten with tumors.
6:19The Lord smites the men of Beth-Shemesh.
28:15–20Samuel appears from the dead to rebuke Saul.

2 Samuel

6:6–7The Lord fatally smites Uzzah.

1 Kings

3:3–28God gives Solomon great wisdom.
17:1Elijah prays and rain does not come for 3 years.
17:2–6Elijah is fed by the ravens.
17:8–16Meal and oil are supplied for the widow of Zarephath.
17:17–24Elijah raises the widow's son.
18:17–38Fire from heaven consumes the sacrifice of Elijah on Mt. Carmel.
18:41–46Elijah prays and God sends an abundance of rain in response.
19:5–8Elijah is fed by the Angel of the Lord.

2 Kings

1:9–15Fire from heaven consumes two captains and their men.
2:7–8Elijah parts the waters of the Jordan and walks across on dry ground.
2:11Elijah is taken up into heaven in a chariot of fire.
2:13–14Elisha parts the waters of the Jordan.
2:19–22Elisha heals the waters of Jericho.
2:24Blasphemous youths killed by she bears.
3:15–20Ditches are mysteriously filled with water.
4:1–7A widow's oil pot is refilled with oil by God.
4:8–17Elisha prophesies and the Shunammite woman bears a son.
4:32–37Elisha raises the Shunammite's son.
4:38–41Elisha detoxifies the poisonous pottage.
4:42–44One hundred men are abundantly fed with 20 loaves of bread and 20 ears of corn.
5:1–14Naaman is healed of leprosy.
5:27Gehazi is struck with leprosy.
6:5–7Iron axe head floats on water.
6:16–17Elisha's servant's vision of the mountain full of horses and chariots of fire.
6:18The Syrian army is struck with blindness.
6:19–20God opens the eyes of the Syrians after Elisha leads them into Samaria.
13:20–21A dead man is raised by contact with elisha's bones.
20:9–11Ahaz's sundial returns backward by ten degrees.

Job

38–42:6God speaks to Job from the whirlwind.

Isaiah

1:1Isaiah's vision concerning Jerusalem.
6Isaiah's vision of the Lord.

Exekiel

1Exekiel has a vision of God's glory.

Daniel

2:26–45Daniel recounts and interprets Nebuchadnezzar's dream.
3:14–30Three Hebrew youths delivered from the fiery furnace.
5:5The handwriting on the wall.
6:16–23Daniel saved from the lions.
7:1–8:14Daniel's visions.
9:20–27Daniel's vision of the 70 weeks.
10:1–12:13Further visions of Daniel.

Jonah

1:4–16Tempestous storm from God to arrest the fleeing Jonah.
1:17The Lord prepared a great fish to swallow Jonah.
4:6The Lord prepares a gourd to shade Jonah.
4:7The Lord prepared a worm to smite the gourd.
4:8The Lord prepared a vehement east wind.

Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John

MatthewMarkLukeJohnDescription
1:11–19An angel of the lord appears to Zacharias.
1:20–22Zacharias is struck dumb.
1:26–38Angel of the Lord appears to Mary.
1:64Zacharias healed of dumbness.
2:9–15Angels appear to shepherds.
3:16–171:9–113:21–23Holy Spirit decended as a Dove, and a voice from Heaven spoke.
4:111:13Angels minister to Jesus after the temtation.
1:42–48Jesus sees Nathanael under the fig tree.
2:1–11Water turned into wine.
2:23Jesus performs many signs.
4:46–53Nobleman's sone healed.
4:30Jesus escapes from the hostile crowd.
5:6Catching a draught of fish.
1:23–25; 4:33–35Casting out an unclean spirit.
8:14–151:30–314:38–39Healing Peter's mother-in-law.
8:161:32–344:40Healing many sick people.
4:23–241:39Jesus heals all manner of sickness and casts out many demons.
8:2–31:40–425:12–13Cleansing a leper.
9:22:3–55:18–20Healing a paralytic.
5:6–9Healing an infirmed man at Bethseda.
12:9–133:1–56:6–10Healing the man's withered hand.
12:153:10Healing of many people.
8:5–137:1–10Healing a centurion's servant.
7:11–15Raising a widow's son at Nain.
12:22Casting out a demon from a blind mute.
8:23–264:35–398:22–24Stilling the storm on the sea of Galilee.
8:28–325:6–138:28–33Casting out the demons and allowing them to enter swine.
9:23–255:35–428:49–55Raising the ruler's daughter.
9:20–225:25–348:43–48Healing the woman with an issue of blood.
9:27–30Healing two blind men.
6:5Jesus heals a few sick people in Nazareth.
9:32–33Casting out a demon from a deaf mute.
9:35Jesus heals the sick in many cities.
14:14Jesus heals the sick among the great multitude.
14:15–216:35–449:10–176:5–13Feeding the five thousand.
14:256:486:19Walking on the sea.
14:35–366:55–56Healing of many at Gennesaret.
15:21–287:24–30Healing the Canaanite woman's daughter.
7:31–35Healing a deaf mute.
15:30–31Jesus heals many among a great multitude.
15:32–388:1–8Feeding the four thousand.
8:22–25Healing a blind man at Bethsaida.
17:1–89:2–89:28–36Jesus' transfiguration.
17:14–189:17–279:38–42Healing the Epileptic boy.
17:24–27Temple tax in the fish's mouth.
9:1–7Healing a man born blind.
11:14Curing a demon-possessed, blind mute.
13:11–13Healing an infirmed woman.
14:2–4Healing a man with dropsy.
11:43–44Raising Lazarus.
17:12–14Cleansing ten lepers.
19:1–2Jesus heals many at the borders of Judea.
20:30–34Healing the two blind men.
21:1418:35Jesus heals the blind and the lame man in the temple.
21:18–1911:12–14; 20Withering the fig tree.
12:28–29A voice from Heaven.
22:51Restoring a servant's ear.
27:5115:3823:45The Veil of the Temple is torn from top to bottom.
27:51A great earthquake, and the rocks were broken.
27:52–53The tombs were opened and many of the dead are raised.
28:1–1016:1–824:1–1220:1–9The resurrection of Jesus.
28:1–7An angel rolls the stone from the grave and speaks to the women.
28:5–816:5–724:4–8Angelic appearance to those at the sepulcher.
20:11–13Two angels appear to Mary.
16:920:14–17Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene.
28:9–10Jesus appears to the women.
16:1224:13–35Jesus appears to the two on the road to Emmaus.
20:19–23Jesus appears to 10 apostles.
28:16–2016:14–1824:36–4920:26–31Jesus appears to 11 apostles.
21:1–25Jesus appears to 7 apostles.
21:6Miraculous catch of fish.

Acts

1:3–5Jesus appears to all the apostles. (Lk 24:24–51)
1:6–9Jesus ascends into heaven.
1:10–11Two angels appear to the apostles.
2:1–4The coming of the Holy Spirit on the apostles.
2:4–13The apostles speak with other tongues.
3:1–11Peter heals the lame man in the temple.
5:5–10Ananias and Sapphira are killed.
5:12Many signs and wonders performed by the apostles.
5:18–20Anel releases the apostles form prison.
7:55–56Stehen sees Jesus at the right hand of God.
8:7Unclean spirits are cast out of many.
8:13Philip performs miracles and signs.
8:14–17The Samarians receive the Holy Spirit.
8:39–40Philip caught away by the Holy Spirit.
9:3–7Jesus appears to Saul (cf. 1 Cor. 15:8).
9:10–16Jesus appears to Ananias.
9:17–19Saul's sight is restored.
9:32–34Peter heals Aneneas.
9:36–42Dorcas is restored to life.
10:1–8Cornelius receives a vision.
10:9–16Peter receives a vision three times.
10:44–48Cornelius' household receives the Holy Spirit.
12:7–10An angel releases Peter from prison.
12:23The angel of the Lord kills Herod.
13:8–11Elymas the sorcerer is blinded.
14:8–10Paul heals a lame man at Lystra.
16:16–18Paul casts a demon out of a young woman.
18:9–10The Lord appears to Paul.
19:6Believers at Ephesus receive the Holy Spirit.
19:11–12Many unusual signs performed by Paul.
20:9–12Eutychus is restored to life.
23:11The Lord appears to Paul.
28:3–6Paul protected from the viper bite.
28:7–8Paul heals the father of Publius.
16:25–26Prison doors opened and Paul's and Silas' bands are broken off.

1 Corinthians

15:6Jesus' appearance to five hundred people.
15:7Jesus' appearance to James.

2 Corinthians

12:1–6Paul's vision of heaven.

Revelation

1:1–3:22John's vision of Jesus.
4:1–22:21John's vision of the future.
6:12A great earthquake.
6:12The sun becomes black as sackcloth.
6:12The moon becomes as blood.
6:13The stars fall from heaven to earth.
6:14Every mountain is moved out of its place.
8:7Hail and fire mingled with blood falls on the earth.
8:8Something like a great burning mountain is cast into the sea, and a third part of the sea becomes blood.
8:9A third part of the creatures in the sea die.
8:9A third part of the ships are destroyed.
8:10–11A great, burning star falls from heaven and a third part of the rivers and fountains become bitter.
8:12A third part of the sun is darkened.
8:12A third part of the moon is darkened.
8:12A third part of the stars are darkened.
9:1A star falls from heaven.
9:2The sun is darkened by the smoke from the botomless pit.
9:3–11A plague of locusts are given power to torment men for 5 months.
9:18A third part of mankind is killed.
11:5The two witnesses devour their enemies by fire from their mouths.
11:6The two witnesses stop the rain for 3 1/2 years.
11:6The two witnesses turn water into blood.
11:6The two witnesses smite the earth with many plagues.
11:11The two witnesses are raised from the dead.
11:12The two witnesses ascend into heaven.
11:13There is a great earthquake in which a tenth part of the city falls, and 7000 men are slain.
11:19There are lightenings, voices, thunderings and earthquake and great hail.
16:2Fowl and loathsome sores fall on men who worship the beast.
16:3The sea becomes as blood, and every living soul in it dies.
16:4The rivers and fountains of waters become blood.
16:8The sun scorches men with fire.
16:10Darkness covers the kingdom of the beast.
16:12The water of the river Euphrates is dried up.
16:18There are voices and thunders and a great earthquake.
16:20The islands flee and the mountains cannot be found.
16:21A great hail of heavy stones falls on people.
18:1–24The fall of Babylon.
19:11–16The return of Jesus Christ.
21:1The new heaven and the new earth appear.
21:10The new Jerusalem descending from heaven.

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