Jesus performed many miracles during his earthly ministry. Most were healing and helping disabled people: the crippled walked, the blind saw, the paralytics even dances, and many others lived normal lives again. No one can honestly deny God's great interest in the physical healing of people. His great mercy is offered to everyone.
"... He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to captives, sight to the blind." (Luke 4:18)
"Go back and tell John (the Baptist) what you have seen and heard: the blind can see, the lame can walk, those who suffer from dreaded skin disease are made clean, the deaf can hear, the dead are raised to life, and the Good News is preached to the poor. How happy are those who have no doubts about me." (Luke 7:22-23)
Each person who had an encounter with Jesus became a witness to their community about the love of God. The paralytic at the Temple gate (Acts 3-4) had been lame from birth, but his testimony after his miraculous healing triggered a series of events that resulted in some 5,000 people following Jesus.