You would think that would be the last place he’d want to return to:
COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. — A local chainsaw carver says he’s received “a message from above,” seeing Jesus Christ in his carving of a cross.
Jake Klumpp makes all sorts of chainsaw carvings at his Comstock Park home, but what he decided to make for a friend last week stopped him in his tracks — with what he calls a little “divine intervention.”
“When I’m running my chainsaw it does kind of get me at peace,” he says.
It’s a hobby that leaves the 30 year old’s driveway filled with sawdust, emptying his mind of his daily worries.
He creates chainsaw carvings from any scrap wood he can get his hands on, but his most recent creation of a cross for a friend did more than just clear his mind.
“When I realized what it was I got quite a sensation inside,” Klumpp said.
His brother noticed it first.
“My brother said it was an image of Jesus on the cross,” he says.
The image is ingrained right in the wood.
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