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Sometimes faith can waver - you might be having a bad bad day when everything seems to be going wrong. But then, seemingly out of nowhere, there's a sign which makes you believe again.
Well, if you ever find yourself in that position, just take a look at these photographs of none other than Jesus appearing in the sky in Italy, as they are sure to restore your faith in a higher power.
Sure, the sceptics out there will say 'what a load of codswallop' - if people still say that - but how can you deny that this is clearly a sign from above? Just look at it:
The majestic snaps were taken by Alfredo Lo Brutto, from Agropoli, close to Pompeii in the south of the country, who spotted the figure of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ bursting through murky clouds last Friday, 1 March.
A spectacular sight, I think you'll all agree - it appears to resemble the famed Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Stunned by the beauty of the sunbeam, Alfredo 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."
But this isn't the first time people have spotted the son of God in surprising places.
Earlier this year, fans thought Superbad actor Jonah Hill had actually turned into Jesus - well not quite - when he began rocking a striking new look.
With his beard and long, blond hair, many people reckoned he was the spit of JC himself.
One person commented: "O my god it's jesus."
Another said: "Jesus vibes. I dig it."
Someone else commented: "You look Like Jesus... Hi my friend."
A fourth asked: "Jesus, is that you?"
Mind you, not everyone thought he looked like Christ. In fact, Instagrammers had many, many suggestions about who Hill resembled, ranging from 'Thor's other brother' and Jax from Sons Of Anarchy, through to Gregg Allman and 'a BTEC Alan from The Hangover'.
One person even dubbed him 'Jonah Cobain', referring to the late Nirvana frontman Kurt, while someone else thought he looked a bit like Tom Petty.
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