Jesus has apparently shown himself again and this time it's not Jonah Hill with his new hair do. Now, a woman in Argentina has seen him and was thankfully able to take a photo of the incident.
It's moments like this that truly reaffirm your faith, isn't it. Sure, there may be sceptics out there that say it's an optical illusion. Some of them might even be so cynical to suggest that the image is doctored in some way.
The photo was taken by Monica Aramayo in the city of San Salvador de Jujuy - located in the north west of Argentina.
Christ has shown himself once more. Credit: CEN
The 'Christ-like' figure of the lord and saviour himself is seen above the city, with his arms outstretched. Obviously, no image of a 'Christ-like figure' is complete without rays of sun beaming through the clouds around him.
Now, some might say the image bears a big resemblance to Christ the Redeemer - that massive and world famous statue in Rio de Janiero in Brazil, but don't let that small fact drag you down.
Some members of the local media even said the cloud was wearing a crown of thorns. If you squint a bit I suppose you can make that out. No, you definitely can.
People on the internet, obviously, had a lot to say about the weather phenomenon - if we want to call it that.
One social media user commented: "The Lord will soon come for us all and we should be ready."
And another posted: "Thanks for the image that allows us to keep on our path and have a better hope for tomorrow."
That it does.
One person wasn't entirely convinced, writing: "If Jesus came back, he would make us all disappear because we are worth nothing. I personally only see the sun coming through the clouds, but people see what they want to see."
It's not the first time this year Jesus has made an appearance in the clouds. Back in March, Alfredo Lo Brutto, from Agropoli, close to Pompeii in the south of the country, spotted 'Jesus' popping out again through murky clouds above the city.
It's a lovely image. But is it Jesus? Credit: Caters
Alfredo was stunned by the beauty of the majestic image, and said he just had to share it with the rest of the world.
He said: "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."
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