Why were many attracted to Christ?
"A great multitude followed Him, because they saw His miracles which He did on them that were
diseased." John 6: 2.
NOTE - A miracle is the display of divine or superhuman power in some unusual or extraordinary
manner; hence its nature to attract attention. Christ fed the five thousand with the multiplied loaves and
fishes, and all men wondered. Every day God feeds millions of humanity with the multiplied fruits of the
earth, and no one marvels. Christ, by a shortened process, changed water into wine, and everybody was
astonished; but every year God does this in the usual way-through the vine-in almost limitless quantities,
and no one is astonished. A divine miracle, therefore, whenever performed, is wrought to heal and to save,
and to call attention to the source of divine power.
What does he find who follows after righteousness?
How is eternal life bestowed?
Who does the apostle say saw Christ after He was risen?
How should parents train their children?
What assurance was given to Daniel concerning the period of time mentioned in verse 14?
Do Protestant writers acknowledge the same?
What did John the Baptist say to the Pharisees and Sadducees who came to his baptism?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle