Spirtuality unlimited!This is wat I can re-call after reading this article.I seriously do believe in miracles and this may or may not be "THE SIGN",which millions are waiting for.
But I do belive in God and shall wait for his coming back...
After seeing the spiritual scan, the would-be parents have decided to give their son the biblical name JOSHUA.
Look, Jesus’ face in baby scan
THE DAILY MAIL
Worcestershire: When mum-to-be Laurna Turner went to hospital for an ultrasound of her unborn son, the scan delivered a startling view – the face of Jesus hovering above her baby.
The 20-year-old from Worcestershire told the Sun: “I was thrilled with the scan that showed Joshua sucking his thumb. Then someone pointed out the face and I nearly fainted. It’s kind of spooky but beautiful and we will always treasure it. I think someone is watching over us.”
Partner Dave Meikle, 20, said: “It’s fantastic. With a microscope it looks just like Jesus in a shroud.”
The Turners' spiritual scan shows the face of Jesus hovering above their baby in the womb
After seeing the spiritual scan, Laurna and Dave have decided to give their son the biblical name Joshua. They are not, however, expecting him to be born on Christmas Day.
The couple’s anticipated divine delivery is the latest in a spate of spiritual sightings around the world. Last week a blob of dried chocolate which dribbled from a factory vat in California was turned into a shrine — because workers believe it looks like the Virgin Mary.
The holy figure, which supposedly shows Mary holding the Baby Jesus, has been put in a special case and is worshipped by workers.
And a small piece of cloth bearing an eerily detailed image of a bearded man with a bruised face is to be the subject of a papal pilgrimage next week.
Miss Turner said she and her partner David Meikle, 31, had endured weeks of uncertainty after doctors told them that the baby, their first, might be born with Down's syndrome.
“The pregnancy has been fairly difficult so to see a likeness of Jesus in the picture gives me a lot of comfort.
“It’s as if someone is watching over Joshua. It’s helped make us feel more at ease and although I’m not very religious, seeing the picture does reassure me that things are going to turn out okay and that Joshua will be our little miracle,” she said.