For some reason, “Jesus is the Son of God” is trending on Twitter today. Don’t ask why, it’s the internet, this sort of thing just happens. Just like a photo one woman tweeted that recently went viral showing a very, ummm, unusual detail in a stained glass church window depicting Mary and Jesus in a pose that looks like it came from a screen cap of an adult film web site video.
Granted, the artist who created the stained glass window surely had no ill intentions when they designed it, but… really? How did they not see this? Was their heart so pure and filled with the Lord that these kind of thoughts never enter their mind? Because, it’s definitely not hard to miss.
“What, exactly… is Mary holding??” Twitter user Rosievix captioned the photo.
I believe, based on looking at his right leg, that the focus of everyone’s attention is supposed to be a bit of shading. It’s… just… really in a bad location, right in the palm of Mary’s hand.
Naturally, because internet, her tweet of the photo elicited a string of shocked and comedic responses – most of which your pastor would not approve and gives new meaning to the term “stained glass.”
How long has that picture been hanging there with no one understanding the need to take it down?
— Hank Morgan (@nagromyrneh) November 20, 2019
The Spear of destiny...the Lance of Longinus... Lil’Jesus...Jesus’s undivided attention... 😂
— James B good (@polythene2008) November 19, 2019
Jesus is coming....almost...almost....there!
— Byron (@NotLordByron) November 18, 2019
I heard he was hung on a cross but this is .....
— Marj (@MarjSpiritdove) November 20, 2019
the same thing that turned Eve's head,,,,,a large snake
— James jay (@Flowersofsin) November 19, 2019
You can’t spell resurrection without... erm... urrection.
— Noel Mellor (@thenoelmellor) November 17, 2019
I can't unsee this now
— Kelon Magruder (@KelonMagruder) November 17, 2019
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Stay classy, internet.