Two years ago, Jennifer MacDonald of Mexico City was admitted to the hospital for severe respiratory problems.
During her treatment for a serious lung disease, Jennifer also had a stroke that required a chunk of her skull to be taken out to stop the bleeding.
Since the stroke, doctors have given her the devastating news of having a mere 20% chance to live. Hooked on oxygen around the clock, she had been helplessly hanging on to the 1 in 5 chance that she might make it.
However, a recent brain scan image has given Jennifer a new ray of hope in a way that she never would’ve expected.
As her and her husband Tamaha were sifting through the stack of X-rays and scans, one stopped them dead in their tracks.
In the middle of one of her brain scans lay a clear image of Jesus:
“We were both convinced we could see a face,” Tamaha told the Marlborough Express. “The image represents a miracle.”
To both Jennifer and Tamaha, the resemblance was simply undeniable, though doctors have tried to say the couple is merely a victim of pareidolia, which is essentially the “imagined perception of a pattern” where one truly does not exist.
But the MacDonalds refuse to let the opinions of modern medicine steal their miracle.
As they traveled to the U.S for Jennifer to get a double lung transplant, they hold on to the hope that the Jesus who plainly revealed himself in the center of her struggle will also shatter her 1-in-5 statistic—because that’s just the kind of Savior He is.
Can you see it?