You know...I kind of had some respect for Jesus when he reserved his appearances for the wood grain in doors, quesadillas, and toast. But, now he's just slummin'...
Now he's making appearances in dirty towels!
"I say it's a miracle, a big miracle," Lucille said. "He's showing that he sees us. That he's looking at us." On a simple white towel she sees the face of Jesus. She said, "He's telling us that he's crying. Maybe he's hurting or that he's crying the way he did before he left us." She says she used the towel to clean an air conditioner.
So...let's pretend we're devout Catholics and, after cleaning our air conditioner grate, we turn the towel over to find Jesus. We, of course, pray to the towel and receive the message that Jesus is crying (his Welbutrin was back ordered). What would we do with the towel? Frame it? Sell it on ebay?
"I guess it just got stained," she said.
So Lucille washed it. And bleached it. Twice. And then her granddaughter used the towel.
"It kind of scared me, because I was going to dry my hair," Desiree Ramos recalled. "But then I just threw it. And then I went to go tell my grandma."
BEHOLD! Jesus is more powerful than AllTemper Cheer.
You might not see the face in the towel. If you do, you might not believe it resembles Jesus. Lucille Lopez doesn't care. She does. And she's thankful for the gift she got from God.
Well, we'd probably be able to see the face better if she hadn't have washed and bleached it twice. One would think a devotee would know that when Jesus gives you a gift, you don't reach for the Spray and Wash. Tsk. Tsk.