In the midst of the flames at the Notre-Dame cathedral this week, Jesus appeared to gullible people everywhere.
If you can’t see Him, don’t worry. He doesn’t exist. But people pointed to this outline as proof that Jesus was watching over the famed building.
Lesley Rowan, from Alexandria in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, was reading about the tragic incident when she claims to have noticed in one of the pictures a figure in the billowing smoke.
Lesley was quickly inundated with social media users who also believed they could see the outline of Jesus within the roaring flames.
‘I feel like it will bring comfort to people in Paris and all over the world at this sad time.’
Yes, take comfort in watching a church burn. Find solace in a God who very easily could’ve killed a lot of people. Find joy in a Higher Power who allows a historic building to burn in order to show you His avatar for a split second.
If Jesus actually gave a damn about any of this, maybe not letting the building catch on fire would’ve been a start, rather than appearing in the wreckage. It’s like God getting credit for a plane crash that killed 49 people but saved 1. The people who believe this nonsense are so wrapped up in their bubble that they fail to see the obvious hypocrisy.
I suppose we should count ourselves lucky that Christians didn’t get in the way of the firefighters who were able to snuff out the holy outline.
(Thanks to everyone for the link)