“If your god can’t save you, save your god” – Rev Sis with Virgin Mary’s Image inside flood criticized
A Reverend Sister has stirred dust on social media as she was spotted trying to save an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary from a heavily flooded church. She was escaping from the flood but instead of fighting for her own life, she carried Virgin Mary molded image along and swan in the flood. “If your god can’t save you, save your god” – Rev Sis with Virgin Mary’s Image inside flood criticized.
Her action caused so many reactions from social media users. Many argued that she was carrying the god that was supposed to carry her across the flood.
See What this Woman is Caught Doing with the Image of Virgin Mary that Got People Talking. “If your god can’t save you, save your god”.
The photo of this woman who is seen carrying the effigy of the Blessed Virgin Mary is going viral on social media. The woman was struggling to save herself and the image of Mary, mother of Christ from the flooded environment.
We can’t really say who the woman is or where she was taking the molded image. But from the photo, we could see that the whole place, including the house where she possibly retrieved the image is flooded. She may be looking for a safer place to keep the image of the Virgin Mary.
This woman’s innocent act has attracted so many opinions; sarcastic ones at that. A Facebook user has tagged the photo; “If your god can’t save you, save your god”.
See the screenshots of what others said about it:
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However, other social media users see the post as a mockery of the religion. They also commend the effort of the Rev. Sister and tagged it as bravery.
One cited freedom of worship as one of the fundamental human rights. He advised the castigators to stay clear.
Meanwhile, the first controversial post about this image was tagged; “If your god can’t save you, save your god”. The poster was insinuating that since the Image of the Blessed Virgin Mary could not save the people that worships it, the people should help to save it.