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The fact of the matter is, the Bible contains no mention of any miracles at all.
But why? Why did Jesus not mention his resurrection? This is the point I want to make. So you are an agnostic, and you are still trying to convince yourself that you are right, and therefore you think Jesus died a martyr's death? Well, that seems a bit strange. So if the resurrection was just some trick to make you feel better, why did Jesus say anything about it? And now for the part that people are actually going to listen to: "What's important about Jesus' resurrection is not just that he rose from the dead, but that he showed us that our bodies can be resurrected at all. We believe that a person cannot die from a disease unless the cause of his death was a death from some other cause. And yet, in Luke 17:6, Jesus tells his disciples that he had a disease which he could not cure (and which he was not even sure was caused by his body)." How many times have I heard people say, "I don't believe in miracles. If Jesus did not have an effect, then he could not have risen from the dead. And he must have had some other effect." Well, that is the point, isn't it? If Jesus didn't have an effect on you, then he doesn't have any effect at all. He can't help you and you can't help him. He is just a person. So he was going to do some miracles and so we expect that he did some miracles and then his followers should believe he had an effect and therefore, miracles can happen to him. It doesn't matter what it was. There are just as many miracles happening today that would be seen as miracles in the New Testament era. But then you've got the point about Jesus having an effect. You've got the fact that Jesus' miracles were not just seen but witnessed and witnessed with their hands.