On the day of Pentecost, when Peter was preaching the word of God to those who were witnesses to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, he said that Jesus Christ is a man accredited by God to them by miracles, signs, and wonders. Peter wanted to substantiate the fact that the miracles, signs and wonders that Jesus did attested to the fact that He was the son of God. The miraculous works of Jesus were not done in secret everyone knew about it. The purpose of the miracles in the life of Jesus was to testify He was sent from God. He was more than a good teacher of Israel; He was the Christ, the Son of God. 

Working of miracles is the supernatural intervention in the course of nature. The believer operating in this gift is given the divine enablement to do something that could not be done naturally. Miracles confirm the word of God and demonstrate the power of God to the world. It also increases the faith of believers and helps them to stand firm without doubting the power of God.

Miracles, signs and wonders were very phenomenal in the life of the early Apostles. It confirmed the gospel that they preached and made unbelievers believe in the risen Christ. The Church needs to pray for the power of the Holy Spirit to be manifested in our meetings so that the world may know that Jesus is alive and through His name these signs are happening.