Jesus caused the blind people to see, deaf people to hear, and lame people to walk. He cured many dreaded skin diseases, healed a woman who had been bleeding for twelve years, and relieved the sufferings of many others.
Jesus demonstrated mastery over the elements. He calmed a storm and walked on water. His cursing of a fig tree caused it to wither. He fed five thousand when he multiplied the loaves and fish. He changed water into wine.
Jesus expelled a legion of spirits from a crazy man, sent the evil spirits into a herd of swine which then ran off a cliff, healed epileptics, a possessed blind and mute man, and a demoniac who was in the local synagogue.
Secondary Pauline writings penned by disciples, secretaries, or admirers of Paul. These letters -- 2 Thessalonians, Ephesians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Timothy, and Titus -- have different vocabulary, style, theological themes, content, and historical context than the letters indisputably written by St. Paul.