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There's an email going around that has photographs of this fire and a huge white cross having survived without hardly a scorch mark on it. I just want to know if the story is REAL or if the photos ...

Sorry about the weird green face, somebody edited my answer and replaced my pic with that... ppl are so messed up out there, they take humor way too far. But anyways, even is this cross thing turns out to be fake, what Jesus did is not. I can assure u that... Maybe somebody built these crosses so that people will "see" Christ everywhere; they were trying to help "represent Christ." and maybe they purposely made it glow so people would notice it at night. Maybe they ahd this "great idea" and it has caught many ppl's including my attention. If this is a miracle, and the crosses are wood, then YES. It was a miracle by God; God asked somebody in their hearts to build wooden crosses, and then when the fires came, they did not perish; God wanted to show he has Power over everything. and the best way to show thatis a christian cross up in flames, but not burning or being consumed by the fire. If this was all bogus and they're not wooden, it means nothing that the crosses didn't burn; and it ALSO means God had ntohing to do with it, so nothing is against Him. a HUMAN built the crosses; not instructed by God. Do you get what I'm saying?? Either way, Jesus did and still is what He claims to be, He is God, and crosses built [by man](such as the ones we're discussing) represent our gratitude and represent what He did for us.

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david forey

If you believe in God, I agree, It doesn't matter what the cross was made of because you have your faith whatever happened during this event.

However, I think it is important to ask questions when you are confronted by a claim that a miracle has ocurred and therefore I wanted to first be sure it wasn't perhaps made from concrete in which case there was no miracle.

I did cross my mind however that, if it was a wooden cross, and I had lost my home and possessions in the fire I think I would be forgiven for asking why God didn't save my house at the same time but I guess we are then getting into a whole new question.

 

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