While denied by many skeptics, miracles are real. No, they are not common, for if they were, they would be called something else. Sometimes, miracles only exist where people want them to, such as when the face of Mary is seen on a nacho. Other times, the proof is quite visible. The Daily Star asked if the most recent wonder in Jerusalem is authentic, and many who saw what took place seem to think so.
Videos have surfaced showing the tomb where Jesus Christ laid is leaking blood. The “Stone of Anointing in Jerusalem” is where the body of Christ rested, according to Christians and others, and it was upon that particular slab that he was anointed for burial. A “shock video shows a red substance sitting on top of the object,” and so far, no one has been able to explain it away.
Nicola Kanaan resides in Galilee, Israel, and saw the bleeding as it was taking place. She said that blood was actually “leaking” from the slab where Jesus had laid.
The whole thing happened “inside Church of the Holy Sepulchre,” one of the most revered sites in all of Christendom.
Thousands of people who have seen the video have been actively commenting on it. Since there is no logical explanation for a stone that’s over 2,000 years old to be leaking anything, the reason for the buzz is quite clear.
One person who saw the footage said, “The truth is in front of people and they just deny it.” This is certainly a view held by many Christians in general, though this phenomenon of the bleeding stone is something that stands out from the usual.
Some people have said that this video was actually recorded in 2015. If so, the date hardly makes the strange happening any less inexpiable and baffling. In the age of the internet, sometimes things do get buried, only to be later noticed by seemingly everyone at one time.
One user who watched the video simply said, “Praise the Lord Jesus Christ,” likely at a loss to say anything else.
Not everyone felt that same way, however. A different person who saw the footage stated, “It is just fake.” Since the video appears to show more proof than this user’s denial of it, his comment seems like crankiness.
All of this may cloud that fact that the historical proof for the Bible is actually grounded on a lot more than a bleeding rock, but that doesn’t mean that this is not quite interesting. If no one finds out what caused it, and so far no one has, there may a lot of people who take the time to look up the existing proof due to this leaking.
In that case, the bleeding slab is quite the blessing.