THE Most Powerful and Poignant Miracle Jesus Ever Performed

Sea-of-GalileeA bit of Bible trivia for you. A little factoid that is anything but trivial.

There is one miracle, and only one miracle, that Jesus performed that is recorded in all four Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life and ministry. Only one such miracle. And you are going to hear all about it here, it this PODCAST.

If you didn’t know anything about Jesus, if this discussion was the first time you ever heard of Jesus, the first thing you ever heard about Jesus, you would walk away from this podcast with a heart filled with love for Him, overflowing with an irresistible desire to get to know Him better.

That is how powerful this story is.

Which may well explain why of every miracle Jesus ever performed, every mighty deed that Jesus ever did, the miracle embedded within this story is the only one that is included in all four Gospels.

Which is quite a statement, really, when you consider the fact that the Apostle John concludes his Gospel account with this observation:

The disciples saw Jesus do many other miraculous signs in addition to the ones recorded in this book… If they were all written down, I suppose the whole world could not contain the books that would be written.

An observation which begs the question: So why in the world did each Gospel writer choose to include this miracle?

Obviously, the biblical writers — Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John — and the Holy Spirit who inspired them — wanted you and wanted me to make a special note of this story.

And so we shall. Right now. In this podcast.

Welcome to The Feeding of the Five Thousand, The Miraculous Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes.

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God bless you as you listen.

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