Chapter Eight
The Miracles of Jesus

Like many other prophets before him, he was asked by his people to present miracles, in order to support his mission, prove his truthfulness and emphasise his apostleship. Thus Jesus offered many miracles as evidence of his Prophethood. The Quran has mentioned the following miracles.

Jesus’ Miraculous Birth.

‘She (Maryam) said, "How shall I have a son, for no man has ever touched me, and I am not an unchaste woman?" He (the angel) said, "So it will be. Your Lord has said, "It is very easy for Me, and we intend to appoint him as a sign unto men and a mercy from us. It is a matter which has been decreed." 19/21. It is clear from the birth of Jesus mentioned before that Jesus’ first and foremost miracle, was his mother’s pregnancy and the way in which he was conceived, merely by the breath and blow of an angel, without the intervention of a man. His birth was a sign for the people, from the Lord, and significant evidence of his being a prophet. His mother, Maryam, was confused as to how she could become pregnant and the Lord’s answer to her query was satisfactory, as well as all the other signs shown to her.

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