The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit. John 3;8
A few months ago, my friend (and former next door neighbour) Terry, looked up at the pointy bit of our house and said “That needs a weather vane. I’ll make you one.” Terry is a man who has a gift with all things metal and mechanical- he mends steam traction engines for a living at the moment, so he certainly has the skills.
A few weeks ago, they were passing through on their way on holiday in a camper van, when good as his word he handed me a lovely weather vane, made in his workshop down in Leyland, Lancashire.
He has placed an old Christian symbol on the top, an Ichthys, used in the early church as a sign of meeting, of hospitality.
The next task was to summon up the courage to actually put the vane up on the highest point of our house. Today I managed to overcome shaky knees and do the deed.
Thanks a million Terry!
Looks great Chris! Well done Terry!
Looks great and certainly a VERY Apt symbol. AND you took pics at THAT height?
No- thankfully the camera has a good lens!
I remember seeing that in your kitchen. Thanks for sharing its story. It looks better on your roof!