God does great wonders. He raises the dead by the Word of His power. He also cares for the smaller things of life including the ax head that was lost. There is no situation in life that the Lord has not ordained by His sovereign will so there is nothing too small nor to great for the Lord.
So he went with them. And when they came to the Jordan, they cut down trees. But as one was cutting down a tree, the iron ax head fell into the waters and he cried out and said, “Alas, master! For it was borrowed.” So the man of God said, “Where did it fall?” And he showed him the place. So he cut off a stick, and threw it in there and he made the iron float. Therefore he said, “Pick it up for yourself.” So he reached out his hand and took it.
II Kings 6:4-7
Shortly after Jesus began His earthly ministry in Mark 1:40 a leper came to Him and said, “If you are willing, You can make me clean.” We are told that Jesus was moved with compassion and said, “I am willing; be cleansed.” Immediately the leper was cleansed. Later in Jesus’s ministry in Mark 9, Jesus healed a blind man by first spitting on the ground, making clay, anointing the man’s eyes and telling him to wash in pool of Siloam. After washing, the man who had been blind from his birth, was able to see. On other occasions people simply touched Jesus’s clothes and were healed (Luke 8:43-44). Three different miracles of Jesus carried out in three different ways. We learn something of our God from the manner in which the Lord performs His miracles.
God by His work of providence powerfully preserves and governs all His creatures and all their actions.  Everything that comes to pass for every animate and inanimate created thing in heaven or in earth comes to pass by the providence of God. From God alone we have life and move and have our being (Acts 17:28). To carry out His will, the Lord ordinarily uses other created things. To give breath to all living the Lord provides air through His created process of photosynthesis. He provides animals for meat. He provides plants, trees, roots, and rivers to provide all manner of other types of food and drink. God made all things in such a manner that until He returns the sun and moon will rise and set each day while spring, summer, fall, and winter will continue, and the waters will never completely cover the land. These are all ordinary means the Lord uses to carry out His will. But the Lord is not confined to such means.