So, when Jesus was approached by the ten lepers, he healed them.
When Jesus met the Samaritan woman at the well, he gave her living water that was springing up with eternal life.
When Jesus felt the woman touch his cloak, he asked, “Who has touched my cloak?” And when she responded that she knew that if she just touched his cloak that she would be healed, he said to her, “Woman, your faith has made you well.”
When Jesus was pleaded to by Mary and Martha and he arrived to find that Lazarus had died, he wept with them and then he went to the tomb and said, “Lazarus come out!”
When Jesus met the man possessed by the legion of demons, he commanded them to come out and sent them into a herd of swine which ran off the cliff into the water and drowned.
When Jesus preached to the hungry crowd on the mount, he took five loaves and two fish and fed five thousand with food left over.
When Jesus was approached by the friends of the crippled man, he reached out and said, “Get up off your mat. You are healed. Go on your way.”
When Jesus encountered the blind man, he rubbed mud on his eyes, told him to go wash in the pool at Siloam. And when the man washed, his eyes were opened and he could see.
When Jesus saw the people about to stone the woman to death, he said, “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.”