Biblical Miracle: The Last Supper Alex maradiaga, NaDley Pierre, Kayla powers

The four types of miracles are miracle of nature, supply, healing, and demon powers.

A miracle of nature is a miracle performed over natural things. An example is at the wedding at Cana when Jesus turned water into wine in John: 2.

Another miracle Jesus performed is the miracle of supply. Jesus is still performing these miracles today by providing us with things that help us get closer to God.

A miracle of healing is performed on those who are very ill or injured.

The miracles over demon powers helps us push away those demons that tempt us to do bad. An example of miracles over demon powers are the escorcisms performed by priests.

The Last Supper is featured in Mark 26: 17-35.

It reveals Christ's divinity because he states that one of his apostles will betray and another will deny him three times. He institutes the Body of Christ and the Blood of Christ.

The miracle of the Last Supper was performed by Jesus in front of his disciples. This was the final meal he shared with his apostles. The miracle was performed to introduce the Body of Christ and the Blood of Christ to the Church. This revealed that Christ's mission is to help build up the Church of God through his apostles and their descendants.

There children in 1917 were tending sheeps when appeared to them. She told them she was the Lady of the Rosary. Mary wanted the. To pray the rosary and do penecae for their sins. They children were told by their priest to see Mary again. Months went by and many started to gather in Fatima.

During the "Miracle of the Sun" the sun looked like a spinning disk and it began to change colors in front of a crowd between 30,000 and 100,000. Some people reported reported seeing this while others did not. This is similar to the Last Supper because both Mary and Jesus performed miracles to help lead people to the Church. They tried to bring people to the Church by proving to them that God is real.

Yes miracles happen today. Most of them relate to the miracles Jesus performed in his time. For example, someone who survives a major sickness or injury. Jesus performed many miracles that involved healing the sick or injured.

Touching His Cloak

“A woman who had been bleeding for twelve years came up behind Jesus and barely touched his clothes. She had said to herself, ‘If I can just touch his clothes, I will get well.’ Jesus turned. He saw the woman and said, ‘Don’t worry! You are now well because of your faith.’ At that moment, she was healed.”

Matthew 9:20-22 (CEV)

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