Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written. John 21:25

This verse was in my Bible readings for church last week. We were reading about the 40 days after his resurrection that Jesus spent on earth, revealing Himself to people and proving that He is alive. So many amazing and wonderful things He did during His 3 years of ministry that the whole world couldn’t contain all of the books it would take to write them all down.

Just imagine that. Multiplying bread and fish. Healing. Turning water into wine. Walking on water. Casting out demons. Stopping the storm in its tracks. Raising from the dead. Setting captives free.

Rolling the stone away from the empty tomb.

And those are just of few of the miracles we actually KNOW. How many more are there? Did His majesty and power just flow from Him day and night? Is it so great that He can hardly contain it? It seems that His very character of mercy and grace compels Him to use His power constantly or His amazing compassion would be stifled.

And what about today? Trust me, He still moves stones.

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