Jim Caviezel recounts the story of the lightning bolt that struck him as they were filming The Passion of the Christ.

Caviezel shared the experience with the 700 Club, “I was lit up like a Christmas tree! I was doing the Sermon on the Mount. I knew it was going to hit me about four seconds before it happened. I thought, ‘I’m going to get hit.’ And when it happened, I saw the extras grab the ground.

What they saw was fire coming out the right and left side of my head. Illumination around the whole body… I hear Mel screaming out, ‘What the heck happened to his hair?’ I looked like I went to see Don King’s hair stylist.”

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  1. Satan really didn’t want the truth to be broadcast. Jim C. did a wonderful job being the representative of the Lord. He should be proud. Bless him for representing the most important person who ever lived—-and the Lord of creation.

  2. This was the truth. The Beaitides have been on my mind for a long time, but I sort of ignored them. Now, I won’t ignore them! Someone I have respected in the past, said that The Passion of the Christ was awfully violent; but to me, that was the whole point! Jesus KNEW the whole thing would be violent and really awful, but He did it anyway! He had courage and kindness like no one else, and bless Mel Gibson for showing exactly how kind and courageous he was! Thank you, Mel!

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