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Woman’s story of seeing Jesus in Notre Dame fire now gone viral worldwide

The horrific fire in the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was very hard to watch. The beautiful Cathedral, deeply steeped in history and a figure-head of the Roman Catholic Church took a gruesome burning but thank God is savable and will be fully rebuilt perfectly to its former beauty by 2024.

A woman’s post on Facebook about the tragic event has now not just gone viral locally in the UK and Ireland but has been shared around the world.

The social media user’s story quickly gained attention after she said she could see Jesus, Our Lord God and Saviour, carrying a cross in the middle of the Notre Dame fire.

Thousands of people have been commenting since her description of the outline saying that they too can see the son of God.

Some say that they can see a child holding His hand along with a cross.

It takes a few seconds to fully see the outline but once you see it, you can’t not see it when you look at the photo again.

Lesley Rowan, from Alexandria in West Bunbartonshire, Scotland posted:
“When I looked at this photo last night, I was really astounded by what I saw.”

Image source: Facebook

“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.”

Many who saw the photo also thought they recognised Jesus.

Dom Disanto posted: “I can see it pretty clear, gown and all.

“Imagine this was how god showed us he wasn’t happy with us, by using acts of god to take away ancient, beautiful monuments/ and cathedrals.”

While Grant Mackenzie agreed: “Yeah I saw it straight away – it’s Jesus!”

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