Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
And many of the people believed on him, and said, When Christ cometh, will he do more miracles than these which this man hath done?
Now whilst he was in Jerusalem at the feast of the passover, many believed in him when they saw the miracles which he did.
Now many of the Samaritans of that city believed on him, for that testimony which the woman gave him, "he told me all that ever I did."
The people, when they had seen the miracle that Jesus did, cry'd out, this is of a truth that prophet who was to come into the world.
upon this discourse many believed on him.
nevertheless there were many even among the chief rulers, who believed on him; but they did not own it publickly for fear the Pharisees should excommunicate them.
which made the people cry out with amazement, "Is not this the son of David?"
by the stony ground is understood such persons as receive indeed the doctrines they hear, with joy: but for want of resolution, believe only occasionally, and desert when the trial comes.
nay, Simon himself became a proselyte: and after he was baptized, he continued with Philip, and was transported at the sight of the miracles and prodigies which he perform'd.
as the body then without the soul is a meer carcase, so faith without its effects is lifeless.
who came to Jesus by night, and said to him, rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher sent from God: for no man can perform the miracles that you do, except God be with him.
where a great multitude followed him, invited by the miraculous cures which they saw him perform.
thereupon some of the Pharisees said, this man has no divine mission, because he does not observe the sabbath. but said others, if he be an impostor, how can he do such miracles? and there was a schism among them.
and many resorted unto him, and said, John did no miracle: but every thing that he said concerning this man, was true.
art thou he that was to come, or must we expect another?