In the statue, Jesus Christ is dressed in a robe, is compassionate, and has a sad face. The large body seems to contain all the sorrows that have occurred, is, and will happen in the world; the head is tilted forward slightly, watching the masses of people in the red dust; the arms are raised horizontally as if to embrace the sufferings of the world with a magnanimous heart, and embrace the world. The Sacred Heart of Jesus was exposed, surrounded by a crown with scars, and flames on it, indicating Jesus' great love for the world, in order to call on the world to make up for their sins and love each other.
This Christ the redeemer statue shows the love of the Lord will always exist. In life, at work, and in any situation, the Lord’s love is everywhere and is always with us. Therefore, when we pay homage to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we must enthusiastically worship, thank, and praise. In our lives, let us often use our hearts to experience the infinite love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus for us.