Exodus 33:12- 23; Rev 21:1-7 and Mk 6:45-51.
The typical miracle in Mark is to do with healing, often combined with casting out unclean spirits, making the blind see, the deaf hear, and so on. Very good things to do. Nowadays we understand far more about illness and medicine---so these miracles aren’t quite as supernatural for our consciousness. In the gospel, faith (your own or someone else’s) is a condition to be healed, or there is some other theological overlay. Nevertheless it’s all in line with a universal human want and something we’ve got quite good at ourselves.
In Chapter 31 of Genesis, Jacob runs away from his father-in-law Laban taking with him his two wives, Leah and Rachel, Laban’s daughters. Before she goes, Rachel steals her father’s household gods. Laban ran after him, and said: “Maybe it was foolish for you to run off with my daughters, but why did you steal my gods?” Jacob didn’t know Rachel had stolen them, and said “If you find anyone who has them, that person shall not live”. So Laban searched around. When he got to Rachel’s tent, she hid the gods in her camel’s saddle and sat on it while he searched the tent and found nothing. Rachel said to her father “Don’t be angry, my Lord, that I can’t stand up in your presence. I am having my period.”