Early in the Gospel of Luke we read:
Luke 4:28-30: "[The] people in the synagogue were filled with rage... and they got up and drove Him out of the city, and led Him to the brow of the hill on which their city had been built, in order to throw Him down the cliff. But passing through their midst, He went His way" (emphasis added).
Similarly, a bit later in John:
John 8:59: "Therefore they picked up stones to throw at Him, but Jesus hid Himself and went out of the temple." (emphasis added).
How does anyone merely "hide themselves" or "pass through the midst" of crowds viciously intent on killing them? Surely this means that Christ possessed some prerogative of invisibility, but there seem to be instances in which He could not perform such miracles (cf. Mk. 6:5, 7:24, etc.).