“Study the circles of sounds, waves, drops, and movements of water, rain, and dust, to learn and enjoy how God connects, communicates, and sustains life in all things.” ~ Jon Barnes
When you are traveling in the right circles, using God’s sounds, words, and work ethics, you become the center of attention because you possess the answers and keys to many mysteries. Wisdom is the author and publisher of all mysteries that God created and He has an unlimited supply that is unknown to anyone. Keep traveling the path of God to find the right circles to move in.
Circles travel within circles to completely fill up the spaces within, creating a mass of good things or you will travel in other circles that will net you constant problems. Create beautiful vibrating circles from God’s thoughts to teach your heart all about the gifts of love so that you connect and attract who you are to other lovely things.
Good Circles that travel within one another will attract and multiply itself to strengthen and improve situations, work, life, and love. Bad circles will try to steal this energy from your mind, body, and soul, because you gave them permission, became influenced, copied, and omitted God’s Circle of Laws. Study the circle of God’s Good Love.
Why travel in circles that go nowhere and leave God out of both sides of the equation?
Enjoy The Reading
2 Chronicles 19
Jehoshaphat Appoints Judges
19 When King Jehoshaphat of Judah arrived safely home in Jerusalem, 2 Jehu son of Hanani the seer went out to meet him. “Why should you help the wicked and love those who hate the Lord?” he asked the king. “Because of what you have done, the Lord is very angry with you. 3 Even so, there is some good in you, for you have removed the Asherah poles throughout the land, and you have committed yourself to seeking God.”
4 Jehoshaphat lived in Jerusalem, but he went out among the people, traveling from Beersheba to the hill country of Ephraim, encouraging the people to return to the Lord, the God of their ancestors. 5 He appointed judges throughout the nation in all the fortified towns,6 and he said to them, “Always think carefully before pronouncing judgment. Remember that you do not judge to please people but to please the Lord. He will be with you when you render the verdict in each case. 7 Fear the Lord and judge with integrity, for the Lord our God does not tolerate perverted justice, partiality, or the taking of bribes.”
8 In Jerusalem, Jehoshaphat appointed some of the Levites and priests and clan leaders in Israel to serve as judges[a] for cases involving the Lord’s regulations and for civil disputes.9 These were his instructions to them: “You must always act in the fear of the Lord, with faithfulness and an undivided heart. 10 Whenever a case comes to you from fellow citizens in an outlying town, whether a murder case or some other violation of God’s laws, commands, decrees, or regulations, you must warn them not to sin against the Lord, so that he will not be angry with you and them. Do this and you will not be guilty.
11 “Amariah the high priest will have final say in all cases involving the Lord. Zebadiah son of Ishmael, a leader from the tribe of Judah, will have final say in all civil cases. The Levites will assist you in making sure that justice is served. Take courage as you fulfill your duties, and may the Lord be with those who do what is right.”