Why did Jesus spit for some of His miracles according to the Bible?

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Mohamad Mostafa Nassar



Christians will attack Islam When Prophet Muhammed Peace be upon him kissed his grandson and let him –
Yet they will hide from that that Jesus spat for some of his miracles according to the Bible-

Near Decapolis, some people brought Jesus a deaf man who could hardly talk. Jesus healed the man, of course, but in an interesting manner: โ€œJesus put his fingers into the manโ€™s ears. Then he spit and touched the manโ€™s tongueโ€ (Mark 7:33). Later, in the town of Bethsaida, Jesus healed a blind man.

Again, the miracle was preceded by spitting: โ€œHe . . . spit on the manโ€™s eyes and put his hands on himโ€ (Mark 8:23). To heal a man born blind, Jesus โ€œspit on the ground, made some mud with the saliva, and put it on the manโ€™s eyesโ€ (John 9:6).

Certainly, Jesus, the divine Son of God, does not need physical props to work miracles. In many cases, Jesus merely spoke, and healing followed (e.g., Matthew 15:28Luke 17:12-14). Yet, in three cases, Jesus used His spittle in the process of healing.

One possible reason for Jesusโ€™ use of His saliva has to do with the beliefs of His contemporary culture. Several Roman writers and Jewish rabbis considered saliva to be a valid treatment for blindness. Since the people of that day had a high view of salivaโ€™s healing properties, Jesus used spit to communicate His intention to heal. Those being healed would have naturally interpreted Jesusโ€™ spitting as a sign that they would soon be cured.

The greater need of each of those healed was the need for increased faith. Jesus recognized this spiritual need and offered a physical action as a means of raising their expectations and focusing their faith on Himself. Thus, in Mark 8, the manโ€™s spiritual sight was strengthened even as physical sight was imparted to him.

It is possible that Jesusโ€™ use of mud in John 9 was meant to parallel Godโ€™s original creation of man: โ€œThe LORD God formed the man from the dust of the groundโ€ (Genesis 2:7). In other words, Jesus showed His power as the Creator by imitating the original creation of man:

He used the โ€œdust of the groundโ€ to give the man born blind new sight. The creative power of Jesusโ€™ miracle was not lost on the man who was healed: โ€œSince the world began it has been unheard of that anyone opened the eyes of one who was born blind. If this Man were not from God, He could do nothingโ€ (John 9:32-33, NKJV).

Jesus healed many people in His ministry; in fact, there was no sickness or infirmity that He could not heal (Matthew 4:23). Significantly, the details of each miracle vary slightly. Jesus never healed the same way twice. The variety of methods used by the Lord eliminates confidence in any one technique or modus operandi. Healing is not the product of any talisman, amulet, spell, or process. Healing comes from the power of God.

When Jesus healed, with or without spit, the response was usually something like this: โ€œThis amazed everyone and they praised God, saying, โ€˜We have never seen anything like this!โ€™โ€ (Mark 2:12).

Allah Knows Best.


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