J.C. Ryle, on how to think to rightly about Jesus’ miracles (emphases in bold and paragraph formatting are mine):
Regard every one of His miracles as an emblem and figure of spiritual things. See in it a lovely picture of what He is able to do for your soul.
He that could raise the dead with a word can just as easily raise man from the death of sin.
He that could give sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, and speech to the dumb, can also make sinners to see the kingdom of God, hear the joyful sound of the Gospel, and speak forth the praise of redeeming love.
He that could heal leprosy with a touch, can heal any disease of heart. He that could cast out devils can bid every besetting sin yield to His grace.
Oh, begin to read Christ’s miracles in this light! Wicked, and bad, and corrupt as you may feel, take comfort in the thought that you are not beyond Christ’s power to heal. Remember that in Christ there is not only a fulness of mercy, but a fulness of power.
J.C. Ryle, Holiness: Its Nature, Hindrances, Difficulties, and Roots, p. 211.