He was recently spotted beside a highway in rural Hathaway, La., where drivers say a growth of vines around the utility pole resembled Jesus Christ on the cross.
It caught the eye of one motorist, Rickey Navarre, as he was on his way to buy a boat.
"I said to myself, that sure looks like an image of Jesus hanging from the telephone pole," he told local TV station KPLC.
"That's a group of vines, man, that was brought there by him. He might just be telling us something, you know, 'I'm looking over you, I'm going to answer your prayers.' "
But the only message local electric officials received was one of danger. The vines were growing near high-voltage lines, and out of concern for people attempting to climb the pole and touch Jesus, they've already had the foliage removed.
Electrical manager Mike Heinen told KPLC, "We always have rotation to clear those things and we were getting to that one, but since it had such notoriety we went and cleared it up."
Flowers have since been placed at the base of the pole by at least one disappointed resident.
"I see Jesus everywhere, every day. If you see Jesus, more power to you, that's great," Heinen said. "But we need to look at other places, too."
Like church, he suggested.
Earlier this month, Jesus was also spotted on a sock in the United Kingdom.
Twenty-three-year-old James Henderson kicked off his shoes after returning from vacation and suddenly noticed the Lord looking up from a bleached spot on the sock. The face of Jesus was formed by patches of worn-out threads.
"I am not especially religious, but it was a shock," he told his local paper, The Shropshire Star.
"I have heard it all the time that people are finding images in weird and wonderful places, but it was a surprise that I found one."
These sightings, of course, are only the latest unexpected places Jesus has been seen in recent years.
In the past, he's allegedly shown up in pieces of toast, naan bread, chewing gum, a pierogi, a household iron, an X-ray, on Mars, in a Cheeto, in the frost of a car window, on a dog's rear end, in the bark of a tree, inside a Kit Kat bar and many other suddenly sacred places.
Further proof that the Lord's work is never done.