The Jesus I Never Knew - Part 2, Why He Came: Chapter 9, Miracles: Snapshots of the Supernatural Summary & Analysis

Philip Yancey
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The term miracle is defined as an act that goes against the laws of nature, such as a person being raised from the dead. It is recorded in the New Testament that while on earth, Jesus performs a variety of miracles ranging from changing water into wine to healing the sick. In this chapter, Yancey studies the miracles of Christ. Yancey deals with the hard questions of why some prayers are answered and other are not, why Jesus chooses not to make a spectacle of His miracles, and also why Jesus performs miracles at all.

In Jesus' first miraculous work, He turns water into wine at a Jewish wedding feast. Yancey states the knowledge that the wedding host had run out of wine presents a quandary for...

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