In Monroe, Ohio, the evangelical Solid Rock Church just north of Cincinnati had something of an unexpected divine intervention. The church had erected a “King of Kings” statue that towered over the surrounding area — 62 feet tall and 40 feet wide at the base. This week lightning struck the statue — destroying it and spreading the fire to the adjacent amphitheater.
The church is planning to rebuild the statue. The lightning, it appears, is not viewed as a divine critique.
For pictures of the statue before and after the lightning strike, click here.
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