In our culture, we notice things thing spoken. This is especially true of the more left-brained among us, the more verbally oriented.
We too often miss things that Jesus shows us but does not put into words.
We need what he speaks about, and we need what he shows us: we need both!
He tells people, not infrequently, that it was their faith that made them whole (healed them). Yet it was their faith touching his Anointing that resulted in the miracle; that’s when miracles often happen.
He shows us exorcism, but does not tell us it’s the same underlying process used in healing!
He tells us to heal when preaching The Good News of the Kingdom. He shows, but does not tell us it’s the same underlying process.
He tells us to free the bound, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, and make disciples of all people groups. He shows, but does not tell us it’s the same underlying process.
I believe if the dead were unwilling to be raised, they would not be: it needs agreement.
Miracles involving people being healed or freed seem to require some agreement; it takes some decision.
Miracles involving things such as calming a storm – he commands. Yet we hear not of water being turned into wine – was it implicit? (He told his mother what to do – was that enough? The rest implicit? I wonder….)
He commanded a storm, commands material things & demons – neither of which have their own authority and are under his authority. Now our authority, too. I do not recall him explaining such differences. He showed us differences.
I can’t claim to know every example and that I can even explain every example. What I can tell you is this: watch what Jesus shows us and listen to what he tells us with words. You may learn something new and even something wonderful.