Aquinas (Summa Contra Gentiles, III) says "those things are properly called miracles which are done by divine agency beyond the order commonly observed in nature (praeter ordinem communiter observatum in rebus)."
Miracles are documented throughout religious literature, gospel and canon and are one of the call-signs of divinity
Some examples include:
Old-Testament Biblical Miracles

Tower of Babel
Daniel in the Lion's Den
Joshua and the Walls of Jerico
Shadrack, Mishak and Abendigo

New Testament Miracles
Many of the references to miracles in the New Testament are "And they went out and did miraculous things, healed the sick and raised the dead, etc. with the power of their faith as in :
2 Corinthians 12:12
Acts 8:18
Acts 11:15-18
Acts 2:43
Mark 16:20
Hebrews 2:2-4
Acts 6:5,6

Matthew 4:23
Luke 9:6
Matthew 15:30,31
Matthew 8:14,15
Matthew 8:2,3
Matthew 9:20-22
Acts 3:1-10 9 "Your faith has made you well..."

Casting out demons:
Matthew 8:16 , Mark 1:23-27 , Matthew 8:28-33 With authority He commands even the unclean spirits, and they obey Him
Mark 3:15,16 Matthew 10:1 Mark 6:7: He gave the twelve power to cast out demons

Raising the Dead
Matthew 9:18,19,23-25
Luke 7:11-15
John 11:1,4-7,14,15,17,19-27,32-44 : Lazarus

Other Miracles:
Feeding the Multitudes : John 6:

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