Amazing Sunset Image Appears In The Sky Above Italy
Just a sampling of the comments; there are a lot more at the video. Bear in mind, this is a SECULAR channel, but the crazies are coming out of the woodwork!
This has to be a a sign of the second coming of Christ soon
"And there will be signs in the heavens..." See Luke 21 and Matthew 24.
It's a sign that you acknowledge the Christ light energy is not 93 million miles away like nasa says
March 1st was the 7000th day of the millennium. Trump will be in office 777 days on the 8th....Jesus is coming folks!
There a fast being called for the body of Christ. March 5th-9th. The call came out of Lancaster California. Via Shekinah Worship tv. This is NOT a religious/denominational event. its about unity in the body. Focused prayer during that time is asked to be for others. I personally will be praying for this generation that doesn't even know that they are in bondage.
It's also biblical, Jesus said- somethings can only be done through fasting and prayer.
Here come the nutjobs! Not likely that Jesus would show up at a church that glorifies the mother goddess and promotes idolatry. Not to mention Mat. 24:23-27.
People See Jesus in Notre Dame Flames: PHOTOS
By Caroline Burke
Updated Apr 17, 2019 at 11:24am
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Is Jesus Christ visible through some photos of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire? Some people think so and have started to point out his apparent image within the flames.
Lesley Rowan is one such woman who claimed to see the figure of Jesus Christ within the flames of a picture of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire on April 15.
Taking to Facebook, Rowan shared a link from British site New Musical Express, writing, “I may be letting my mind play tricks on me here, folks take a close look at this pic and what do u see. I’ve even circled it!!!”
Her post has slowly increased in traffic and comments, with Rowan confirming to some Facebook users that she “absolutely” agrees with their conviction that Jesus Christ is in the flames.
Here are some pictures of the apparent figure in the flames, so you can decide for yourself what you see:
LOOK: Jesus Christ & Godlike Images Within the Notre Dame Flames
In the screengrab of the original Facebook post above, Rowan circles the section where she believes she may have seen the image of Christ.
Many of Rowan’s friends agreed with her perception. “Oh my god,” one friend wrote. Another friend wrote, “Can 100% see the figure of Christ in the flames! Everyone I’ve shown thinks the same! 🙌🏻“
Another friend wrote, “Looks like a figure of Jesus or i am tripping”
At various points, Rowan jumped into the comment thread, saying at one point, “This is not photo shopped either I was just looking at the story and saw it,” before adding that she thought she saw him with a “long cloak,” calling it “mesmerizing” and “incredible.”
Here are some more photos where a similar image might be possibly seen:
When asked by another friend what she thought the perceived “sign” meant, Rowan replied, “I’m a catholic and I have my own faith so things like that I keep to myself.”
Here’s a closer view of that same photograph:
In an interview with British news site Daily Record, Rowan explained why she shared her belief of the vision of Christ. She said,
When I looked at this photo last night, I was really astounded by what I saw. When I look at it I see a silhouette of Jesus. I really see a vivid image. I shared it and asked for people’s opinions – even my brother in Australia said it looks like Jesus. I feel like it will bring comfort to people in Paris and all over the world at this sad time.
Of course, there are plenty of people who are vocalizing their shock that anyone would claim to see an image in those flames. One Twitter user tweeted, “For real?! First the metal cross that didn’t catch fire was a ‘sign’ now people are seeing Jesus in the flames. The lengths people will go to for attention!”
Indeed, some of Rowan’s friends directly disputed her findings, telling her that it was the “opposite of amazing,” and that the image looks like a “statue.”
Though the fire destroyed much of the cathedral’s external structure, a majority of the precious relics and architectural wonders of Notre Dame were since confirmed to have survived the devastation. For example, the crown of thorns, a woven circle that Jesus Christ was said to have worn to the Crucifixion, was safely taken away from the fire, unharmed.
Woman Captures Image of Jesus Along Virginia Trail Posted by lwhite
Shae House, a resident of Lynchburg Va., says she recently spotted an image of what appears to be Jesus when she was walking along the Blackwater Creek trail ABC 3340 reports.
It took me all morning but I finally see Jesus on the rock on Blackwater Creek Trail. Do you see what we see?? pic.twitter.com/6qKghK6uaO
— Caren Pinto (@carenrpinto) April 10, 2019
Initially, the woman decided to take pictures of the rocks because she thought it was a pretty formation. She was amazed after she looked back over the pictures of what they appeared to reveal, so much so that it startled her.
“I gasped and then eagerly started to take more pictures. I was delighted. I was listening to my praise and worship music on my phone and was praising God humming, I just didn’t think I’d SEE God,” says House.
What she was particularly amazed by was the crown of thorns.
It seems that more recently, people have been spotting breathtaking images of Jesus in unusual places.
Italian artist Alfredo Lo Brutto was able to photograph a beautiful shot that looked like Jesus with His arms outstretched during a sunset in Italy.
“I was enchanted by the view,” the artist said.
“I don’t often share pictures on social media, but when I took this one, I instantly felt like I wanted other people to see, because it was so beautiful.”
The photo immediately went viral with many social media users saying that they could clearly see the shape of Jesus in the sky with His arms in a blessing gesture.
Lo Brutto’s timing couldn’t have been more perfect as he captured the image right when sunlight pierced through the clouds. It looked very similar to an illuminated version of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
House talked about her experience seeing Jesus’ face in the YouTube video below.
Worshipers flock to mysterious crying Virgin Mary icon, hope miracle saves church from sale
Holy Trinity hopes for miracle to save church as worshipers flock to crying Virgin Mary icon.
By Rob Elgas and Meghan Kluth
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 8:42AM
CHICAGO, Illinois -- Some worshipers see a sign from God after a caretaker at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Chicago saw what looked like tears pouring from the Virgin Mary's eyes.
The caretaker noticed the shocking sight early Sunday morning, as she prepared for what could be one of the church's final services.
The church faces foreclosure and is due to go to bankruptcy court Tuesday morning. The community was in shock at the weeping icon.
"There's something she's trying to tell us, so we're just going to seal our lips and listen to what she has to say," said Father Nick Jonas.
Monday the residue of the oil-like substance streaming from the Virgin Mary's eyes remained, with many believing the oil has healing properties and that its origins are a blessing from God.
"I can't explain why she is tearing, but I do know as human beings we are usually crying for two reasons: either joy or sorrow," Fr. Jonas said.
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A steady stream of visitors have been visiting the icon as well; about 300 people Sunday, according to the secretary of the church, and even more Monday. A nun from California traveled across the country to see the weeping icon in person as well.
"It's the type of thing you never forget and I always will be inspired by it," said Mother Angelina.
For the last year, the church has been fighting to remain at the corner of West Diversey Avenue and North Meade Avenue in the city's Belmont Central neighborhood. Holy Trinity avoided foreclosure late last year after a generous anonymous donation, but an issue with the money arose and forced the church to go up for sale again.
"Some people have come up to me and said, 'We'll mortgage our homes,'" said Stanley Andreakis, president of Parish Council.
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The fate of the church remains unknown as officials investigate the apparently miraculous phenomenon.
Holy Trinity is the second oldest Greek Orthodox Church in the country and the oldest in the Midwest, at more than 100 years old. It has been at Diversey and Meade since the 1960s.
Church officials said a bank rejected a loan request after the church was not able to secure $1.6 million in pledges in an effort to save it. Another buyer has offered $2.5 million for the church, but that still means the community that worships there will need to find a new home.
They need roughly another $1 million to buy the church from the bank, and fundraisers have fallen short.
"We are hoping that we will relocate perhaps not immediately, but we are hopeful that something good will come out of this," Fr. Jonas said.
The bankruptcy hearing is set for Tuesday at 11 a.m.
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