it seems like He traveled everywhere performing miracles, but it’s easy to miss the fact that the miracles He performed took place as interruptions to His daily tasks and teaching. He never was too busy with His agenda—never too preoccupied with ministry—that He ignored a cry for help. He allowed Himself to be interrupted.
In Mark 5:21-43, Jesus allowed an interruption to lead to miracles. Jesus was on His way to speak to a crowd that was eagerly waiting for Him when a leader in the synagogue asked Him to come heal his daughter. Jesus immediately left the crowd to go with him. Then, on the way to the leader’s house, a woman touched His robe and was healed from a 12-year health issue – and Jesus stopped and took a moment to bring her story to light and to celebrate her freedom. He then went on to the leader’s house and healed his daughter as well.