Holy Crayola! Jesus in crayons

Blurred as the image is, it really could be anything.

Sadly, the Daily Mail’s always seems willing to give face time to people who think they’ve experienced a pareidolia miracle.

A woman who prayed for a sign from Jesus got a little more than she bargained for when his image emerged out of some melted crayons.

Tara Gomez and her son put a few colourful sticks in the oven as part of an arts and crafts project they wanted to try out.

After cooling the mixture in the freezer, Ms Gomez was startled to discover Jesus’s face had emerged out of the swirling pattern at her home in Blue Springs, Missouri.

The young mother told ABC7: ‘I’d been praying and praying about certain things, and I asked God for a sign and I think the crazy thing about this… what better sign to get then right in front of you.’

The thing is, when you really want a sign, a sign can be anything.

Credit to the author of the piece, though, who reminded readers that it’s possible to buy Jesus toasters and give yourself a sign every day with breakfast, lunch or dinner. But probably not in time for Christmas.

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2 Responses to Holy Crayola! Jesus in crayons

  1. JW says:

    if its a sign of jesus then why has his right eye melted and drooping lower than his other eye?

    surely god has the power to create a more life-like image, even in crayon?

  2. tmso says:

    Are they serious? There might be an embryonic alien in there, but Hey-sues? I don’t think so.

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