Agropoli, an Italian town on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea just south of Naples, is where Jesus recently ‘appeared’ as the sun was descending.
If you’re a faithful person and believe in Jesus Christ, you know that God is around us at all times and you can see omens of Him in every single thing. Seldom, however, are they ever as glaring as they were for photographer Alfredo Lo Brutto, from Agropoli, Italy who snapped a dumbfounding image of Jesus, dangling above the Italian town.
“I was enchanted by the view. 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 it, because it was so beautiful,” Brutto explained. “These are my 7 pictures.”
The breathtaking image appears to display a man with his arms outstretched, the vintage pose made renowned by the Christ the Redeemer statue, or Cristo Redentor above Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Justifiably, the photos have produced quite a stir. News articles have been transcribed about the pictures in just about every language, as Brutto’s post has circulated far and wide and far.
Jesus, even in death (as you see/read), is by far the most controversial figure to ever walk Earth’s soil. Jesus was born Jewish, though by the time he was executed (by the Romans), many Jewish persons considered him guilty of blasphemy because of specific actions and his teachings regarding God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Jesus’ followers initially were called Christians in Antioch (Acts 11:26)—only following his death and resurrection. That expression and catholic (universal) were complementary from the 2nd through the 11th centuries A.D.
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