Mathew is the only gospel with the highest number of miracles in it, which totals to 29. In Matthew, the blind people were made to see, lame people walked, deaf and dumb could hear and speak, dead people were raised to life and lepers were healed. All these were done by Jesus and His disciples.
Matthew gives the particulars of about 22 (twenty-two) miracles, Mark of about 19 (nineteen), Luke of about 18 (eighteen) and John of about 07 (seven). The problem is, the gospels do not agree on major miracles attributed to Jesus. Read: # Matthew says nothing about the Ascension. Certainly there never's a greater miracle, and yet Matthew, who was supposedly present - who saw the Lord rise, ascend and disappear - did not think it worth mentioning. # John, who was also said to be present, if Christ really ascended, says not one word on the subject. # John's the only one to say anything about the resurrection of Lazarus, and Luke is the only one giving an account of the raising from the dead the widow of Nain's son.