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When protestants became infested with Roman catholic lies and mysticism : Care Baptist congregation sees Jesus in their door. But Who knows how Jesus looked like any way



 Parishioners at Care Baptist Church in Duncan say they can see an image of Jesus in this door in the church's sanctuary.

Care Baptist congregation sees Jesus in their door



Published: Friday, December 28, 2012 at 3:15 a.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, December 26, 2012 at 6:38 p.m.

Wood contains holy image, members of church say

He said that many other church members say they can see Jesus' robe flowing down beside the image, clouds or even a stairway to heaven over Jesus' face.

Wyatt said God led him to contact the local paper and get the word out about the door.

“God wanted me to get this out so people would come see it,” he said. “And if people come here to see the door, they might find God while they are here.”

Other holy sightings

This isn't the first time people have noticed a holy image in an unlikely place.

In 2009, the Herald-Journal wrote about a woman who said she could see Jesus in a slice of cheese toast.

In New Mexico, in 1977, an image of Jesus Christ appeared on a flour tortilla.
In 2010, a woman in Miami made money off her Jesus finding. She sold a 10-year-old grilled cheese sandwich, which bore the face of Christ, for $28,000 on eBay.

In 2004, a youth director of a United Methodist Church in Houston discovered a Cheeto that looked like Jesus. But it's not always Jesus who shows up unexpectedly.

A cinnamon bun bearing a likeness of Mother Teresa was discovered at the Bongo Java Cafe in Belmont, Tenn. It was on display for about 10 years, until it was stolen on Christmas Day 2007.


He said that many other church members say they can see Jesus' robe flowing down beside the image, clouds or even a stairway to heaven over Jesus' face.


Wyatt said God led him to contact the local paper and get the word out about the door.


“God wanted me to get this out so people would come see it,” he said. “And if people come here to see the door, they might find God while they are here.”


Other holy sightings

This isn't the first time people have noticed a holy image in an unlikely place.

In 2009, the Herald-Journal wrote about a woman who said she could see Jesus in a slice of cheese toast.

In New Mexico, in 1977, an image of Jesus Christ appeared on a flour tortilla.

In 2010, a woman in Miami made money off her Jesus finding. She sold a 10-year-old grilled cheese sandwich, which bore the face of Christ, for $28,000 on eBay.

In 2004, a youth director of a United Methodist Church in Houston discovered a Cheeto that looked like Jesus. But it's not always Jesus who shows up unexpectedly.

A cinnamon bun bearing a likeness of Mother Teresa was discovered at the Bongo Java Cafe in Belmont, Tenn. It was on display for about 10 years, until it was stolen on Christmas Day 2007.