God’s Greatest Miracle
Some would say parting the Red Sea is God’s greatest miracle. Others might say Joshua’s long day, still others might say the 10 plauges of Egypt. But we think there is one greater than all these. Learn more in God’s Greatest Miracle.
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What is your favorite, most spectacular miracle? Well, that’s easy. It’s when Christ turned water into wine. Everyone knows that! Right? That’s what somebody told me once. When I was a little boy I favored David rocking the giant. That was a good one. And then there was God’s defeat of the Assyrian army in the time of Hezekiah. He prayed and the next morning there were 180,000 dead Assyrian soldiers laying on the bedrolls. Noah’s flood is another one. Opening of the Red Sea . That was pretty spectacular. Some consider the all-time miracle to be the resurrection of Jesus Christ. But there’s one other miracle that, to me, is far more astounding, far more incredible, far more mysterious, and much, much harder to believe. And I’d like to explain that miracle to you today.
Now this miracle can’t be explained by reading one passage because it’s mentioned in many places in the Bible. In fact it’s woven all the way through the New Testament. So I’m going to have to spend the entire sermon in explaining this one miracle. And I thought that just reading the scriptural references would be boring. So I thought an illustration of this miracle would get the point across in a more interesting fashion. So the illustration of this miracle centers around the life of a single man. His name was John.
We’re going to start with Jesus in this exposition of this miracle. Jesus was 30 and He moved from Nazareth to Capernaum . Capernaum was on the shore of the Sea of Galilee . Back then they called it the Sea of Gennesaret , but today the Sea of Galilee . It was a trading and fishing center. And let’s turn to Matthew 4 and verse 18.