It’s always Jesus. It’s never going to be some random guy with a beard…
From, by no surprise, the Daily Mail reporting from Texas:
A Texas woman believes she’s seen the Lord in a bug’s back.
Yvonne Esquiline found a moth clinging to her Texas home last week and pictured in brown and yellow on its body and wings she could make out the head of Jesus.
‘At first it looked like Jesus,’ said Esquiline. ‘And I still think it looks like Jesus.’
Random woman has unwavering opinion. I’m convinced. I may as well just close this blog down right now…
The Georgetown woman’s conviction gets even more specific. She says the moth’s colors indicate she’s in for some good fortune.
Esquiline and her family believe the Imperial moth’s brown coloration means represents important news and that the yellow splotches indicate home.
When you think you need a sign, you’ll find them everywhere, even in the typical camouflage of a typical garden variety moth.
Why is this news, Daily Mail? Why? Beyond this family, who really needs to care about what this family thinks about this moth? Why does this get into the public consciousness? It’s just a moth. Quit reading anything into it.
‘I believe this was a sign,’ Esquiline told KXAN. ‘God is letting me know good news is coming and to keep the hope.’
Esquiline hopes it means she’ll be able to pay for her daughter’s education.
And she’s not letting naysayers rattle her faith. At least not too much.
‘People also saw an image of the Devil which is kind of creepy but after staring at it for so long it almost looks like it,’ she admitted.
And that’s because you’re primed to think it looks like Jesus while others are primed to think it looks demonic and others are primed to think it’s a hobo…