Whichever Way the Wind Blows

Spurgeon went down into the country to visit a friend who had built a new barn, and on the barn was a cupola upon which they had put a weather vane with this text of Scripture on it: “God is love.” Spurgeon said to the man, “What do you mean by putting that text of Scripture on the weather vane? Do you mean that God’s love is as changeable as the wind?”
“Oh, no,” was the reply. “I mean to say that God is love whichever way the wind blows.”