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What were the miracles of the prophet Elisha?

The Miracles of the Prophet Elisha

God performed many miracles of grace through His prophet Elisha, who has moved forward in faith and in response to the divine call. Here is a list of those miracles:

1) Parting of the Jordan by the mantle of Elijah that had fallen from him when he was taken alive to heaven (2 Kings 2:14).

2) Healing of the waters when Elisha cast salt in it so that there was no more death (2 Kings 2:21).

3) The Curse of the she bear that mauled forty-two of the youths for their mockery (2 Kings 2:24).

4) Filling of the Valley with water so that the animals may drink and not die (2 Kings 3:17).

5) Deception of the Moabites with the valley of blood so that they may loose the battle (2 Kings 3:22).

6) Filling of the vessels with oil to provide for the widow that needed money for the creditors (2 Kings 4:4).

7) Prophecy that the Shunammite woman would have a son (2 Kings 4:16).

8) Resurrection of the Shunammite’s son from death (2 Kings 4:34).

9) Healing of the gourds (2 Kings 4:41).

10) Increasing the bread to feed many (2 Kings 4:43).

11) Healing of the Naaman, commander of the army of the king of Syria, from leprosy (2 Kings 5:14).

12) Perception of Gehazi’s transgression (2 Kings 5:26).

13) Cursing Gehazi with leprosy for his sin of greed (2 Kings 5:27).

14) Floating of the iron Axe head over water (2 Kings 6:6).

15) Prophecy of the Syrian battle plans (2 Kings 6:9).

16) Vision of the chariots and horses for Elisha’s servant to have courage (2 Kings 6:17).

17) Smiting the Syrian army with blindness (2 Kings 6:18).

18) Restore the sight of the Syrian army (2 Kings 6:20).

19) The prophecy of the end of the great famine (2 Kings 7:1).

20) The prophecy that the scoffing nobleman would see, but not partake of the abundance (2 Kings 7:2).

21) Deception of the Syrians with the sound of chariots so they fled (2 Kings 7:6,7).

22) Prophecy of the seven-year famine (2 Kings 8:1).

23) Prophecy of Benhadad’s untimely death (2 Kings 8:10).

24) Prophecy of Hazael’s cruelty to Israel (2 Kings 8:12).

25) Prophecy that Jehu will smite the house of Ahab (2 Kings 9:7).

26) Prophecy that Joash will smite the Syrians at Aphek (2 Kings 13:17).

27) Prophecy that Joash will smite Syria thrice but not consume it (2 Kings 13:19).

28) Resurrection of the dead man that touched the Elisha’s bones (2 Kings 13:21).

In His service,
BibleAsk Team

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