1. Healing the sick.
2. Casting out demons.
3. Raising the dead.
4. Feeding multitudes.
5. Walking on water.
- Turning water into wine at a wedding, when the host runs out of wine, the host’s servants fill vessels with water at Jesus’ command, then a sample is drawn out and taken to the master of the banquet who pronounces the content of the vessels as the best wine of the banquet.
- The miraculous catch of fish takes place early in Jesus’s ministry and results in Saint Peter,Saint Andrew,James, son of Zebedee and John the Apostle joining Jesus as his apostles.[Lk 5:1–11]
- Feeding the multitude – Jesus, praying to God and using only five loaves of bread and two fish, feeds thousands of men, along with an unspecified number of women and children; there are even a number of baskets of leftovers afterward.
- Walking on water – Jesus walks on water.
- Calming the storm – during a storm, the disciples woke Jesus, and he rebuked the storm causing it to become calm. Jesus then rebukes the disciples for lack of faith.
- Finding a coin in the fish’s mouth is reported in Matthew 17:24–27.
- Cursing the fig tree – Jesus cursed a fig tree, and it withered.
Post-resurrection miracles attributed to Jesus are also recorded in the Gospels:
- A miracle similar to the miraculous catch of fish, also called the catch of 153 fish to distinguish it from the account in Luke, is reported in the Gospel of John but takes place after the Resurrection of Jesus.
Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.