A woman in Florida would like to remind everyone that God is everywhere.
Sometimes, He speaks to us through famous spoiled brats in trees.
Other times, He sends us messages through the feces of our children.
According to one user on Facebook, that is.
We don't know her name, but we do know that she resides in the Sunshine State (shocking, right?) and she believes that the power of Jesus recently resided in her son's dirty diaper.
Upon changing him, she noticed that his poop looks eerily like a cross and felt compelled to tell the Internet all about it.
“Sometimes in our busy, crazy, hectic lives, we forgot how wonderful God is,” the woman opened her post, adding:
“Today I feel as though he sent me a sign. Saying everything will be okay. I’m right here by your side."
And just what was this miraculous sign?
“I went to change [my son’s] diaper and he pooped a cross,” she explained.
“It might not be the prettiest sign, but he put it where he knew I’d see it. In my babies diaper. Lol. Hard to miss what’s right in front of you.”
So we're sorry. But now that piece of poop is right in front of YOU.
What do you think? Is this really a cross? It is really a sign from the Almighty?
“If you can, or want to, feel free to share the message. That God is with us. And he gives us signs to let us know that things will be OK,” she continued.
“We’re good most of the time, but God is good all the time. We are one in love yes. Amen."
Look: If you think you see signs from God in unusual places and if you take this as inspiration that He's watching out for you and this helps you get by in life in any way at all... awesome.
More power to you. Carry on, by all means.
Faith is a magical and mystical concept and who are we to judge what someone believes in his or her heart?
Except maybe when it comes to thinking that God is talking to you through your child's poop.
Go ahead and share that on Facebook if you want. Just expect a bit of mockery if you do so.
Especially when other Florida women don't exactly help your whole sanity defense. To wit: