Church members claim the face of God has appeared on their sanctuary's ceiling - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Reported by Ben Watson

Church members claim the face of God has appeared on their sanctuary's ceiling

Church-goers take pictures of the face with cell phone cameras. Church-goers take pictures of the face with cell phone cameras.

SCROLL DOWN TO SEE PICTURES FROM THE CHURCH.


The pastor and members of a local church claim the face of God recently appeared on the ceiling of their sanctuary.

Pastor Reginald Lowery of Miracle Crusade Bible Church Holiness said it all started one Friday night at his church, located near 6th and Looney.

"I was preaching on 'God Knows Where We Are,' and all of a sudden a big bang hit the church," he said.

With that, Lowery said, alarms all over the neighborhood started going off, including those at the church.  Then, according to the pastor, something else happened. 

"The lights on the inside went to solid gold," he said.

It was then that Lowery's daughter first saw it: The face of God on the church's ceiling.  But, there was a catch...it can't be seen with the naked eye.

"She took her camera and took a picture," Lowery said.  "That's when the image came through."

Though skeptics may claim the face is simply a reflection from a light hanging from the church's ceiling, members claim it is the face of God, appearing to man.

"It really speaks for itself, you know?" Lowery said.  "It's not from here, because you've never seen anything on Earth like it."

As for why the face can't be seen without a camera...that may be the biggest mystery of all.


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Church-goers claim the face can not be seen through the naked eye,
but can be seen by cameras.


A view of the face from a cell phone camera.



Judge for yourself...can you see the face?

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