Another Jesus likeness has been found, this time by a Bensalem, Pa., furniture-maker who discovered the image inside the trunk of a pine tree.
Craig O’Connor found what he believes is a “holy” sap-stain image of Jesus in the tree he cut down to make into furniture.
The image was formed from the sap inside the tree and appears to have its arms outstretched with the tree rings forming a kind of halo around the figure's head.
By counting the tree rings, O'Connor said he believes the tree was at least 40 to 50 years old.
O'Connor said he has worked with wood for more than 25 years and seen many different stains and marks. This one, he said, is radically different from all the others, and as a Catholic, he said he believes it's a sign from God.
But, he tried to sell it on eBay anyway.