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Mysterious Image of Jesus Crucifixion on Tree Amid Health Crisis Elicits Comments From Netizens

The image of Jesus Crucifixion on a tree amid the health crisis in the Philippines goes viral after it was posted on social media.

Over the past few months, the coronavirus disease has been one of the major health problems not only in the Philippines but also in different countries all around the world. The virus continues to spread worldwide and affects thousands of people.

The Philippine government and the health authorities are now doing their very best to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease. Many Filipino people are already suffering due to the effects of COVID-19.

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The government officials and even the ordinary Filipino citizens are now uniting in prayer and strengthening their faith to God during this time of pandemic.

Recently, a Facebook user named Keen Pardillo has shared the photos of an image of Jesus Christ on the cross. The post garnered various reactions from the online community after the photos were uploaded.

Jesus Crucifixion

In the photos, it can be seen that the image of Jesus Christ was spotted near the top of the tree. The mysterious image draws some of the residents. However, there is still no confirmation whether the image is authentic or not.

Jesus Crucifixion

The post has a caption of:

“A Sign? Or whatever it is no one really knows the exact time when Jesus is coming again.(Mark 13:32)

(Like an Image of Jesus on the cross) 🙏
Ps-kahoy rani
Legit or not ang Importante Buhi ☺️
Ctto”

Jesus Crucifixion

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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