Mercy Revealed: A Cross-Centered Look at Christ’s Miracles

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The gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are filled with well-known accounts of the miracles Christ performed. Christians love to reflect on Christ’s healing of the Gadarene demoniac, His raising to life Jairus’s daughter, and His bountifully providing food for five thousand hungry listeners. But author Gerald M. Bilkes doesn’t want us to study these miracles just because they are loved or well known. He wants us to value them for what they teach us about Christ. He writes, “When we study the miracles, we should never lose sight of the glorious and magnificent Christ who performed them. He still performs miracles in hearts and lives. . . . These things should astound us no less than the miracles He did when He was on earth.” This heart-warming, experiential look at twenty-two of Christ’s miracles, with questions following each chapter, is an excellent tool for personal or group Bible study and will lead you to the cross, the empty tomb, and the God who purposed and performed these important events of Scripture.

1. Introduction
2. The Great Catch of Fish
3. The Sabbath in Capernaum
4. The Cleansing of the Leper
5. The Healing of the Paralytic
6. The Healing of the Centurion’s Servant
7. The Miracle at the Gate of Nain
8. Silencing the Storm at Sea
9. The Healing of the Gadarene Demoniac
10. The Woman with the Issue of Blood
11. The Raising of the Daughter of Jairus
12. The Feeding of the Five Thousand
13. Walking on the Water
14. The Healing of the Daughter of a Canaanite Woman
15. The Healing of the Deaf-Mute Man
16. Healing in Stages
17. The Healing of the Boy at the Foot of the Mountain
18. The Coin in the Fish’s Mouth
19. The Woman with the Bent Back
20. The Healing of Bartimaeus
21. The Withered Fig Tree
22. The Healing of Malchus’s Ear
23. The Resurrection

About the Author:
Gerald M. Bilkes is professor of New Testament and biblical theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids.