This event that happened in Jerusalem was witnessed by many visitors who happened to be there.
“Miracles that happen with the permission of God’s love happen to strengthen our weak faith.
The miraculous event allegedly took place in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the holy city of Jerusalem. Golgotha, the place of the Lord’s crucifixion, is also located in that church, and an altar stands above that place.
Pilgrims can thus worship the place where the cross was placed in the ground, and above that place hangs the crucifix on which hangs the crucified Lord with his eyes closed reports the WEb Portal: johnsanidopoulos.com
The miracles that God’s Love allows strengthen our weak faith, but they are not the reason for our faith. Our faith goes deeper than that.
We saw God in the flesh, we heard him, we ate with him and we witnessed his crucifixion, his death, his resurrection and his ascension into heaven. The greatest miracle that is far underappreciated occurs in every Divine liturgy, where the bread and wine are transformed into the Body and Blood of Christ.
The miraculous event was shared with the public by Fr. Theodore Daoud, and the event took place on March 29, Wednesday.
Namely, Fr. Theodore shared with the public a picture of the crucifix that is above the place of Jesus’ crucifixion and said that on that day Jesus opened his eyes on the crucifix, which remained open throughout that day.
On his Facebook page, the priest shared his testimony saying: ‘The miraculous event happened last Wednesday in front of many priests and visitors, including my friend the Orthodox priest Malatheus Basal who took these pictures and told me the details of the miracle, such as the detail that the eyes of Christ Crucified remained open that whole day’.
Jesus usually has his eyes closed Fr. Theodore also added some words that invite us to strengthen our faith in our hearts by writing the following: ‘Miracles that happen with the permission of God’s love happen to strengthen our weak faith, but they cannot be the reason our faith.