A church in Lagos, Nigeria has become a site for pilgrims to flee to after an image of Jesus is believed to have appeared on a wall.
The Holy Ghost Fire Apostolic Church is currently under construction, but one of the walls will most likely never be touched again after what some worshipers spotted. One of the workers saw what he assumed to be an image of Jesus Christ and began screaming in awe.
The man gained so much attention that others came to see what the commotion was, and were all in awe as well. The church has become a Mecca of sorts as people from all over the area are coming to see the image of Christ and pray for healing.
"I saw Jesus Christ on the cross and this is a sign that my prayers will be answered," said Mrs Stella Amuse, who traveled 25 miles to go see the image.
Continue reading to see the image on the wall, and to find out how many daily visitors the site is now receiving.
Regular attendees of the church are saying more than 400 visitors are stopping by daily to worship the image of Christ. People travel in groups, or come solo. They sit, pray, and sing to God with the hopes he will hear them and answer their prayers.
It's believed that Christ is appearing in profile on the wall. People are travelling for hours to get a glimpse of the image. Local transportation services are using the opportunity to raise their prices, but people will pay anything to go see the wall.
Mrs Adetoun Folajimi takes prayer requests from others in her village who cannot make the trip and proposes them to the wall, as a type of service.
The parish pastor has not commented on the increased presence at his church nor the Holy Image, but parishioners believe this was a message sent by God himself to draw them to his Kingdom.
Do you see the face of Jesus Christ on the wall?