1. The virgin birth
(See Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 1:26-38) In the Bible's New Testament, Jesus is the Messiah (the Christ) who was guaranteed by the Bible's Old Testament prophets. Jesus is completely God and completely human. God enabled himself to be conceived as an individual, to live among individuals and to show individuals God's arrangement of salvation and to pass on for our transgressions. Since Jesus likewise is human, he can be known as the Son of God and the Son of Man. Jesus was destined to a lady named Mary around 2,000 years prior in Bethlehem, Israel. Mary was a virgin when she ended up pregnant with Jesus. The wonder of the virgin birth of Jesus is recorded in the New Testament books of Matthew and Luke.
2. Changing water into wine
(See John 2:1-11) Before Jesus started his open service, he played out a wonder of changing water into wine at a wedding feast in the town of Cana, in Galilee, which is a district in the place where there is Israel. Jesus, his mom, Mary, and his supporters were visitors at the wedding. The supply of wine ran out, and through the encouraging of his mom, Jesus had six water pots filled to the overflow with water and the water was wonderfully transformed into wine. The ace of the meal at that point brought the spouse over "and stated, 'Everybody draws out the decision wine first and afterward the less expensive wine after the visitors have had an excessive amount to drink; however you have spared the best till now' " (John 2:10, NIV). In the following refrain, John the Apostle stated: "What Jesus did here in Cana of Galilee was the first of the signs through which he uncovered his wonder; and his pupils had confidence in him" (John 2:11, NIV).
3. Mending of the illustrious authority's child
(See John 4:46-54) A regal authority, who had a wiped out child in Capernaum, heard that Jesus had made a trip to the town of Cana. The authority went to Cana and asked Jesus to go to Capernaum to mend the official's child, who was going to kick the bucket. Jesus told the man that his child would live. The man trusted Jesus and left Cana. While the man was coming back to Capernaum, his hirelings met him in transit and revealed to him that his child was alive and that the child's fever had left at 1 p.m. the day preceding. The man understood that that was a similar time that Jesus had disclosed to him that his child would live.
4. Healing of the possessed man in Capernaum
(See Mark 1:21-28; Luke 4:33-37) As Jesus was lecturing in a synagogue in Capernaum, a man controlled by an evil spirit was available and started yelling "For what reason would you say you are disturbing us, Jesus of Nazareth - have You come to devastate us devils? I know your identity - the Holy Son of God!" Jesus directed the evil spirit to state no more and to leave the man. The shrewd soul shouted and writhed the man savagely and left him. The updates on this supernatural occurrence spread rapidly through the whole zone of Galilee.
5. Healing of Peter's mother-in-law
(See Matthew 8:14-15; Mark 1:29-31; Luke 4:38-39) After Jesus mended the had man in the synagogue in Capernaum, He and His followers headed toward Simon and Andrews home, where they discovered Simons relative wiped out in bed with a high fever. Jesus took her by the hand and helped her sit up, the fever all of a sudden left, and she got up and arranged supper for them.
6. Healing the sick during the evening
(See Matthew 8:16; Mark 1:32; Luke 4:40-41) After Jesus recuperated Peter's relative in Capernaum, Jesus mended numerous individuals amid the night of a wide range of sicknesses. As clarified in the Gospel of Luke: "At dusk, the general population conveyed to Jesus all who had different sorts of affliction, and laying his hands on every one, he mended them. In addition, evil spirits left numerous individuals, yelling, 'You are the Son of God!' But he censured them and would not enable them to talk, since they realized he was the Messiah" (Luke 4:40-41, NIV).
So for what reason would Jesus need to keep the insidious spirits from declaring him just like the Messiah? A Bible researcher named Victor Prange composed the accompanying:
Jesus did not need the observer of these malevolent spirits. They saw from wickedness expectation and with the reason for undermining the genuine motivation behind Christ's main goal. Too effectively individuals would come to think about the Messiah just as a supernatural occurrence specialist and not as the Servant of God come to reclaim heathens from unceasing demise and damnation. Source: Prange, Victor H.: Luke. Milwaukee, Wis. : Northwestern Pub. House, 1988 (The People's Bible), S. 52
7. Catching a large number of fish
(See Luke 5:3-10) Stepping in Simons pontoon, Jesus requested that Simon push out a little into the water, with the goal that He could sit in the vessel and address the group on shore. When He completed the process of speaking He advised Simon to go out in the more profound water and let down his nets. Simon answered "we buckled down all last night and didn't get a thing. In any case, on the off chance that You say as much, we will attempt once more". Also, this time the nets were so full, they started to tear. A yell for help got another pontoon and soon the two vessels were loaded up with fish and nearly sinking. It was amid this supernatural occurrence Jesus told Simon "Don't be apprehensive, starting now and into the foreseeable future you will angle for the spirits of men.
8. Healing a leper
(See Matthew 8:1-3; Mark 1:40-42) After lecturing the "Lesson on the Mount" (Matt 5-7), Jesus descended the slope pursued by an extensive group. A pariah moved toward Him, stooped before Him adoring, and argued, "in the event that You need to, You can mend me". Jesus contacted the man, and said to him "I need to, be mended". What's more, in a flash the outcast was mended.
9. Healing a centurion's servant
(See Matthew 8:5-13; Luke 7:1-10) In Capernaum, a Centurion came to Jesus requesting to have his worker, who was near death, recuperated. At the point when Jesus said He would come and fix the worker, the Centurion addressed that he was not qualified to have Jesus gone under his rooftop, yet to just talk the word, and his hireling will be mended. Jesus was astounded at this and disclosed to His adherents, that not even in Israel had He discovered such confidence. Jesus at that point told the Centurion "Go, let it be accomplished for you as indicated by your confidence". Also, the worker was mended in that hour.
10. Healing a paralytic
(See Matthew 9:1-8; Mark 2:1-12; Luke 5:18-26) There was an extensive group around the house Jesus was staying, in Capernaum. With no room went out, four men burrowed through the rooftop and brought down a deadened man on a tangle, directly before Jesus. At the point when Jesus perceived how unequivocally they trusted that He would help, Jesus said to the wiped out man "Child your transgressions are pardoned!" Some of the Jewish pioneers thought this was profanation, for no one but God can excuse sins. Jesus let them realize that the Son of Man has expert on earth to excuse sins, and said to the incapacitated "I state to you stand up, take your tangle and return home". The man stood up took the tangle and went out before every one of them, with the goal that they were altogether astonished and Glorified god, saying, "We have never observed anything like this".
11. Healing a withered hand
(See Matthew 12:9-14; Mark 3:1-6) In a synagogue Jesus entered, a man was there with a wilted hand. Being it was unlawful to take a shot at the Sabbath, they watched to check whether Jesus would fix him. Jesus comprehended what they were considering and said to them "I ask you, is it legitimate to do great or to do hurt on the Sabbath, to spare life or to crush it?" He at that point advised the man to extend his hand, and as he did as such, his hand was reestablished. The Pharisees at that point left and planned against Him.
12. Raising a widow's son
(See Luke 7:11-17) Approaching the town of Nain, the dead and just child of a widow, was being done. At the point when Jesus saw this He had empathy for the widow and advised her not to sob. He at that point contacted the coffin and said "Young fellow, I state to you, rise!" The dead man sat up and started to talk, and Jesus offered him to his mom. The general population seeing this, celebrated God, and the word about Him spread all through Judea, and all the encompassing nation.
13. Calming the stormy sea
(See Matthew 8:23-27; Mark 4:35-41; Luke 8:22-25) Jesus got into a pontoon with His pupils to cross the Sea of Galilee. An extraordinary windstorm emerged, causing high waves. The waves beat into the vessel with the goal that the pontoon was being overwhelmed. Jesus was dozing on a pad in the stern, when His pupils, dreading they will kick the bucket, woke Jesus. He reproached the breeze and said to the ocean "Harmony! Stay composed!" Then the breeze stopped and there was a dead quiet. Jesus said to them "For what reason would you say you are apprehensive? Have you still no confidence?" The followers were loaded up with extraordinary amazement and said to each other "Then's identity this, that even the breeze and the ocean obey Him?"
14. Healing the Gerasene demoniac
(See Matthew 8:28-32; Mark 5:1-13; Luke 8:26-33) After Jesus quieted the breeze and ocean, He and His devotees arrived in the nation of Gerasenes. A man loaded with evil presences, who lived among the tombs met them. He bowed before Jesus and yelled "What have You to do with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God? I charge You by God, don't torment me". Jesus asked the devil what was his name. The evil spirit addressed "My name is Legion for we are many". He asked Jesus not to send them back to the pit, however into a crowd of swine that was close-by. Jesus advised the evil presences to leave the man and gave them consent to enter the swine. The unclean spirits turned out and entered the swine, and the group, numbering around 2000 surged down the lofty bank into the ocean, and were suffocated in the ocean.
15. Healing a woman with internal bleeding
(See Matthew 9:20-22; Mark 5:25-34; Luke 8:43-48) A lady who had been experiencing hemorrhages for a long time, and had burned through all that she had on numerous doctors, and was no better, but instead deteriorated, had caught wind of Jesus, and came up behind Him in a group and contacted His shroud. For she said "On the off chance that I yet contact His garments, I will be made well". Promptly her discharge ceased, and she felt in her body that she was mended of her ailment. Jesus knew that control had gone forward from Him, pivoted and asked "Who contacted My garments?" The lady comprehending the end result for her, came in dread and trembling, tumbled down before Him, and disclosed to Him every bit of relevant information. Jesus said to her "Little girl, your confidence has made you well, go in harmony, and be mended of your ailment."
16. Raising Jairus' daughter
(See Matthew 9:18-19, 23-25; Mark 5:22-24, 35-43; Luke 8:41-42, 49-56) A pioneer of the synagogue named Jairus came to Jesus, and beseeched Him to come and lay hands on his little girl who was close demise. As Jesus went, the groups squeezed in on Him and He felt control had gone forward from Him. It was now He mended the lady who had been discharging for a long time (see supernatural occurrence 13). While He was all the while addressing the lady, somebody originated from Jairus' home and revealed to him his girl had passed on. At the point when Jesus caught wind of this He answered "Don't fear. Just accept, and she will be spared." Jesus went into the house with Peter, John, James, and the tyke's dad and mom. The general population in the house were all sobbing and howling for her, yet Jesus said "Don't sob, for she isn't dead yet dozing." He at that point took her by the hand and got out "Youngster get up." Her soul returned, and she got up immediately. At that point He guided them to give her something to eat. Her folks were bewildered, however He requested them to tell nobody what occurred.
17. Healing two blind men
(See Matthew 9:27-31) Two visually impaired men pursued Jesus, crying uproariously, "Show benevolence toward us, Son of David!" Jesus said to them "Do you trust I am ready to do this?" They said to Him "Truly, Lord." Then He contacted their eyes and said "As per your confidence let it be done to you." And their eyes were opened. At that point Jesus sternly requested them "See that nobody is aware of this." But they left and spread the news about Him all through that locale.
18. Healing a mute demoniac
(See Matthew 9:32-33) After the two mended daze men in supernatural occurrence 15 remaining, a demoniac who was quiet was conveyed to Jesus. Furthermore, when Jesus cast the evil spirit out, the person who had been quiet talked, and the groups were stunned and said they had never observed anything like this in Israel.
19. Healing a 38 year invalid
(See John 5:5-17) Jesus saw a man who had been sick for a long time, laying by the pool of Bethesda. Jesus realized the man had been sick for quite a while and inquired as to whether he needed to made well. The wiped out man addressed Him that he had nobody to placed him in the pool when the water is worked up, and keeping in mind that he is advancing, another person ventures down in front of him. Jesus told the man "Stand up, go for your tangle and stroll." The man was made well without a moment's delay, and he took up his tangle and started to walk. Note: Crowds of wiped out individuals lay on the stages by the pool, hanging tight for a specific development of the water, for an Angel of the Lord originated now and again and bothered the water, and the main individual to venture down into it a short time later was recuperated. The Jewish pioneers began mistreating Jesus for He took a shot at the Sabbath in doing this wonder, and advising the man to convey his tangle. Jesus answered "My Father is as yet working, and I likewise am working."
20. Feeding 5000 men and their families
(See Matthew 14:16-21; Mark 6:35-44; Luke 9:12-17; John 6:5-14) A huge group accumulated around Jesus at an abandoned spot on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. It was late and the general population had no sustenance. Jesus disclosed to His supporters to give them something to eat. They answered there is nothing here except for five grain portions and two fish that was conveyed by a kid. Jesus had the nourishment conveyed to Him, and requested the groups to sit on the grass. At that point He took the five portions and two fish, and turned upward into Heaven, and favored and broke the portions, and offered them to His followers to set before the general population, and He partitioned the two fish among them all. The nourishment was increased, and every one of the 5000 men and their families ate and were filled. What was left over was gotten together, twelve containers of broken pieces. This wonder is recorded in every one of the four Gospels.
21. Walking on water
(See Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:16-21) After nourishing the 5000, Jesus influenced His supporters to get into a vessel and proceed to the opposite side of the Sea of Galilee. He at that point expelled the groups and went up the mountain without anyone else to ask. At this point the vessel was a long way from land, and was being battered by wind and waves. Promptly in the first part of the day He came strolling towards His followers on the ocean. At the point when His pupils saw Him strolling on the ocean, they were alarmed, saying "Its an apparition." But Jesus addressed them "Cheer up, it is I, don't be apprehensive." Peter addressed Him "Master if its You, direction me to come to You on the water." Jesus guided Him to come, and Peter escaped the pontoon and began strolling on the water. In any case, when he saw the solid breeze, he wound up panicked and starting to sink he shouted out to Jesus to spare him. Jesus quickly connected His hand and got him, saying to him "You of little confidence, for what reason did you question?" When they got into the vessel the breeze stopped. What's more, those in the vessel loved Him, saying "Really You are the Son of God."
22. Miraculous healing of many people in Gennesaret
(See Matthew 14:34-36; Mark 6:53-56) After playing out the wonder of strolling on water on the Sea of Galilee, Jesus and his followers tied down their pontoon on the shore at Gennesaret. The inhabitants saw Jesus and went to him to be supernaturally recuperated of an assortment of infirmities. Indeed, even the general population who contacted Jesus' attire were mended: "When they had traversed, they arrived at Gennesaret and moored there. When they escaped the vessel, individuals perceived Jesus. They kept running all through that entire district and conveyed the wiped out on mats to wherever they heard he was. What's more, wherever he went-into towns, towns or wide open they put the wiped out in the commercial centers. They beseeched him to give them a chance to contact even the edge of his shroud, and all who contacted it were mended" (Mark 6:53-56, NIV).
23. Healing a demoniac girl
(See Matthew 15:21-28; Mark 7:24-30) Jesus set out and left to the locale of Tire. A lady whose little girl had an unclean soul caught wind of Jesus and she came and bowed down at His feet. The lady was a Gentile of Syrophoenician starting point. She asked Jesus to cast the devil out of her little girl. Jesus answered "I was sent just to the lost sheep of Israel." But she again requested help and Jesus answered "It isn't reasonable for take the kids' nourishment and toss it to the puppies." The lady addressed "Yes Lord, yet even the pooches eat the pieces that tumble from their lords table." Then Jesus addressed "Lady, incredible is your confidence! Give it a chance to be done as you wish." She returned home, discovered her the kid laying on the bed, and the devil gone.
24. Healing a deaf man with a speech impediment
(See Mark 7:31-37) Jesus left Tire, and in the area of Decapolis, a hard of hearing man who had a discourse obstruction was conveyed to Him. He approached the man far from the group, put His fingers into the keeps an eye on ears, and He spat and contacted his tongue. At that point admiring Heaven, He moaned and said to him "Ephphatha", that is, "Be opened." Immediately his ears were opened, his tongue was discharged, and he talked obviously. At that point Jesus requested them to tell nobody, yet they were flabbergasted incalculable, saying, "He has done everything great, He even makes the hard of hearing to hear and the quiet to talk."
26. Healing a blind man
(See Mark 8:22-26) In Bethsaida a few people conveyed a visually impaired man to Jesus and asked Jesus to contact him. Jesus removed the visually impaired man from the town. Jesus put spit on the man's eyes and Jesus put his hands on the man. Jesus inquired as to whether he could see. The man addressed he could see individuals however they looked like trees strolling around. At that point Jesus put his hands on his eyes once more, and the man's sight was reestablished and he saw everything unmistakably.
27. Healing a man born blind
(See John 9:1-41) Jesus saw a man who was visually impaired from birth. He at that point spat on the ground and made mud with the salivation and spread the mud on the man's eyes, instructing him to go wash in the pool of Siloam. The man did this and had the capacity to see. The general population who had realized the man were bewildered and they conveyed the Pharisees to him. After numerous inquiries, which additionally included posing inquiries of the man's folks, the Pharisees still couldn't acknowledge the way that Jesus relieved a man who had been brought into the world visually impaired. Jesus owned the expression "For judgment I have come into this world, so the visually impaired will see and the individuals who see will end up visually impaired."
28. Healing a demoniac boy
(See Matthew 17:14-21; Mark 9:17-29; Luke 9:37-43) After the Transfiguration in which Moses and Elijah showed up with Jesus on a mountain, Jesus, Peter, James and John descended from the mountain and were met by a man who begged Jesus to expel the evil presence from his child. The followers at the base of the mountain had attempted to thrown out the evil spirit, yet proved unable. Jesus reproached the devil and it left him, and the kid was restored right away. At the point when His devotees asked Him for what good reason they couldn't cast out the evil presence, He said to them "This sort can turn out just through supplication."
29. Catching a fish with a coin in its mouth
(See Matthew 17:24-27) When they came to Capernaum the assessment authorities came to Peter and asked "Does your educator not cover the Temple regulatory expense?" Peter said "Yes He does." And when he returned home, Jesus talked about the duty first and advised Peter to "Go to the ocean and cast a snare, take the principal fish that surfaces, and when you open his mouth, you will discover a coin, take that and offer it to them for you and Me."
30. Healing a blind and mute demoniac
(See Matthew 12:22; Luke 11:14) A demoniac was conveyed to Jesus who was visually impaired and quiet. Jesus restored him with the goal that the man could talk and see. The groups were flabbergasted and said "Would this be able to be the Son of David?"
31. Healing a woman with an 18 year infirmity
(See Luke 13:10-13) Jesus was instructing in a synagogue on the Sabbath. A lady showed up with a soul that disabled her for a long time. She was twisted around and unfit to stand upstanding. At the point when Jesus saw her, He brought her over and stated, "Lady, you are without set of your disease." When He laid hands on her, promptly she stood up straight and started applauding God.
32. Healing a man with dropsy
(See Luke 14:1-6) Jesus was setting off to the place of a pioneer of the Pharisees to eat a dinner on the Sabbath. Only at that point, before Him there was a man who had dropsy. Jesus asked the legal advisors and Pharisees, "Is it legal to fix individuals on the Sabbath, or not?" Everybody was quiet. So Jesus mended him and sent him away. At that point He said to them "In the event that one of you has a tyke or a bull that has fallen into a well, will you not promptly haul it out on a Sabbath day?" And they couldn't answer to this
33. Healing 10 lepers
(See Luke 17:11-19) On the best approach to Jerusalem, Jesus entered a town and was drawn nearer by 10 pariahs. Staying away, they shouted to Jesus for benevolence. When He saw them, He said to them "Proceed to show yourselves to the Priests." And as they went they were made clean. At that point one of them, when he saw he was mended, turned back, commending God with a boisterous voice. He prostrated himself and said thanks to Jesus. What's more, he was a Samaritan. At that point Jesus asked "Were not 10 made clean? In any case, where are the other 9. Was none of them found to return and offer commendation to God with the exception of this outsider?" Then He said to him "Get up and go on your way, your confidence has made you well."
34. Raising of Lazarus
(See John 11:1-44) Mary and Martha, the sisters of Lazarus of Bethany, sent Jesus a message that His companion Lazarus was sick. Jesus remained two days longer in the spot He was, before setting out for Bethany. At the point when Jesus arrived, he found that Lazarus had been in the tomb four days. Martha revealed to Jesus that on the off chance that He had been here, her sibling would not have passed on, yet Jesus said to her "Your sibling will rise once more." Jesus asked where Lazarus was spread out. Jesus started to sob as they strolled to the tomb. The tomb was a cavern with a stone laying against it. He requested to have the stone expelled. Martha said to Him "Ruler as of now there is a stench since he has been dead four days." Jesus addressed "Did I not disclose to you that in the event that you trusted, you would see the Glory of God?" When the stone was evacuated, Jesus looked upward and appealed to the Father. He at that point shouted out in a boisterous voice "Lazarus turn out." The dead man turned out with his hands feet and face enclosed by a fabric. Jesus said to them "Unbind him, and let him go."
35. Healing Bartimaeus of blindness
(See Mark 10:46-52) As Jesus and a substantial group was leaving Jericho, Bartimaeus, a visually impaired poor person, was perched by the roadside. When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth cruising by, he yelled to Jesus to show benevolence toward him. Despite the fact that he was advised to stay silent by many, he yelled more intense. Jesus stopped and called Bartimaeus to Him. Losing his shroud the man jumped up and came to Jesus, requesting that Jesus let him see once more. Jesus said to him "Go your confidence has made you well." Immediately Bartimaeus recaptured his sight and tailed Him in transit.
36. Jesus curses the fig tree with no fruit
(See Matthew 21:18-22; Mark 11:12-14, 20-25) The Gospels of Matthew and Mark portray a wonder in which Jesus reviles a fig tree that was creating no natural product despite the fact that it was growing leaves. At the point when Jesus' followers saw a similar fig tree the following morning, they saw that it had effectively shriveled and appeared to be astounded. Jesus instructed them to have confidence:
"Have confidence in God," Jesus replied. "Genuinely I let you know, on the off chance that anybody says to this mountain, 'Go, dedicate yourself completely to the ocean,' and does not question in their heart but rather trusts that what they state will occur, it will be accomplished for them. In this manner I let you know, whatever you request in supplication, trust that you have gotten it, and it will be yours. Also, when you stand imploring, in the event that you hold anything against anybody, pardon them, so your Father in paradise may excuse you your transgressions." (Mark 11:22-25, NIV).
37. Restoring a severed ear
(See Luke 22:45-54) Jesus and His followers were on the Mount of Olives after the Passover supper. After He asked a short separation from His devotees, He came to them and discovered them resting. While He was arousing them, a group came driven by Judas. Judas moved toward Jesus to kiss Him. Jesus said to him "Judas, is it with a kiss that you are deceiving the Son of Man?" When those around Jesus saw what was coming they asked "Master should we hit with the sword?" Then one of them struck the worker of the High Priest and remove his ear. Be that as it may, Jesus said "No a greater amount of this!" And He contacted his ear and mended him. They at that point caught Jesus and drove Him away, conveying Him to the place of the High Priest.
38. The revival of Jesus
(See 1 Corinthians 15, Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, John 20) After Jesus was killed - nailed to a cross made of wood - he kicked the bucket and was covered in a tomb. On the third day, he was revived, implying that God had reestablished Jesus to life. In 1 Corinthians 15, which is a piece of the New Testament, the importance of the restoration is clarified. It says that Jesus passed on for our wrongdoings (see 1 Corinthians 15:3). It additionally says that our confidence would be aimless if there had been no revival (see 1 Corinthians 15:17). Furthermore, it announces that Jesus was restored (see 1 Corinthians 15:20). 1 Corinthians was composed by Paul who was one of the general population who experienced Jesus after the restoration. Paul voyaged in excess of 10,000 miles via land and via ocean, enlightening individuals concerning Jesus, his revival, and the guarantee of endless life within the sight of God for the individuals who have confidence in Jesus.
40. The climb of Jesus
(See Acts 1:1-11) Jesus climbed into paradise 40 days after he was revived. Amid those 40 days he appeared to his devotees and kept on instructing them. The most nitty gritty record of the climb is recorded in the Bible's New Testament book of Acts, which was composed by Luke:
In my previous book, Theophilus, I expounded on all that Jesus started to do and to educate until the day he was taken up to paradise, in the wake of giving guidelines through the Holy Spirit to the messengers he had picked. After his affliction, he showed himself to these men and gave many persuading proofs that he was alive. He appeared to them over a time of forty days and talked about the kingdom of God. On one event, while he was eating with them, he gave them this order: "Don't leave Jerusalem, however hang tight for the blessing my Father guaranteed, which you have heard me talk about. For John sanctified through water with water, yet in a couple of days you will be purified through water with the Holy Spirit."
So when they got together, they asked him, "Master, would you say you are as of now going to reestablish the kingdom to Israel?"
He said to them: "It isn't for you to know the occasions or dates the Father has set by his very own position. Be that as it may, you will get control when the Holy Spirit goes ahead you; and you will be my observers in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to unimaginable lengths."
After he said this, he was taken up right in front of them, and a cloud concealed him from their sight.
They were turning eagerly upward into the sky as he was going, when all of a sudden two men wearing white remained close to them. "Men of Galilee," they stated, "for what reason do you remain here investigating the sky? This equivalent Jesus, who has been taken from you into paradise, will return a similar way you have seen him go into paradise."