God created all that exists and wrote the laws which govern our universe, which gives him the right to temporarily suspend these rules as well. This is, by definition, a miracle; a surprising event that is inexplicable by natural or scientific laws and is, therefore, considered to be the work of direct divine agency. The biblical gospels record Jesus as a miracle worker, demonstrating his power over nature, sickness and disease, demons, even death itself. Join us in this series as we discuss the nature and purpose of miracles, and our response to this aspect of Jesus’ ministry. May we join in this response of the crowds: “Everyone was amazed and gave praise to God. They were filled with awe and said, ‘We have seen remarkable things today.’” (Luke 5:26)