God made the laws of nature. God is not constrained by anything.
I'm just a little tired of you constantly making assertions like this without the slightest scrap of anything to back them up. Especially when you contradict yourself immediately afterward.
If God where to heal the amputee the consequences from this would be much worse that not healing him.
So your god is in fact constrained by these consequences you claim would come about because of him healing an amputee. If he was not constrained by those consequences, then there would be no reason for him to refrain from healing amputees while granting miraculous healing to other people.
I don't think we know about the disruption of free will in the past. We don't know if there was or if there was no disruption.
So if you don't know if there ever was a disruption of "free will", how do you know it would come about if your god healed an amputee?
For a miracle to occur it must be willed by the free will being involved.
Oh, really? Kindly explain how this isn't "I don't know therefore magical free will and God must be involved".
For example : someone who saw his hand healed and did not will for it to be healed. In that case there is no miracle. This person healing wasn't God's doing.
Do you even have the slightest clue of how ignorant you sound when you say things like this? Do you truly think there is even a second that goes by when an amputee, or someone with a permanent injury, or who is afflicted by a long-term ailment, doesn't want to be healed? Even years, decades afterward, I'm sure they still want to be healed, but they just get tired of waiting.
I had to wear thick glasses to correct my eyesight since I was six years old, until I got surgical correction about twenty years later (even then, it was a gift from my parents, as I didn't have the resources to pay for it and wouldn't have had them for some time). Do you truly think that my eyesight could have magically been healed if I had just applied "free will" to the problem? That if I had only prayed fervently enough often enough, your god might have eventually consented to fix my eyesight?
This is why all your talk about miracles rings false. You don't even have a clue of what it would really take for a miracle, otherwise you wouldn't make up stuff like needing free will and all that nonsense. I didn't get my eyesight fixed because of a miracle, I got my eyesight fixed because scientists figured out how to surgically implant lenses directly into the eye, and because my parents came into some extra money and decided to make sure I got something I'd been wanting ever since I had to start wearing glasses. Even if they hadn't, I would probably have worked to earn the money to pay for the surgery myself, I hated wearing glasses that much.
So don't you tell me that people just need to apply "free will" and they can get a miracle. Miracles don't happen because people wish for them, or because of magical "free will" or prayers to some god They happen because people work to make them happen.