As a massive fire ravaged the famous Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, many feared the worst — that the structure would be a total loss and the important piece of history would be lost forever.
However, French President Emmanuel Macron shocked the world when he revealed the cathedral’s frame was saved.
“The worst has been avoided, although the battle is not yet totally won,” Macron said.
As if that wasn’t improbable enough, photos of the interior of the Notre Dame cathedral emerged on Monday night, showing what some are calling a “miracle.”
"Inside #NotreDame. Only a small part of the vault collapsed. Interior seems relatively untouched," @CathedralNotre tweeted. "Alleluia! #NotreDame #Paris"
As you can see, rows of wooden pews and a giant cross at the center of the cathedral somehow remained almost entirely untouched by the flames.
“Photos show center of Notre Dame cathedral miraculously intact,” the New York Post reported.
"God is in control!" one Twitter user pointed out.
Another Twitter user called it a full-blown "miracle."
Thanks to God for protecting the the Notre Dame Cathedral on Holy Week!