These street signs make me smile every time I take my dog for a walk. I find it amusing the “sign people” found it necessary to inform travelers that the circle does indeed go in both directions. The circle goes this way…and, by golly, the circle goes that way too!

Circles will always lead us back to the same place. That’s the nature of a circle. They are a never ending loop.

This concept made me think of our Creator, the only constant in our lives. The One we can depend on every single day. When we take hold of His hand, He promises to help us on our journeys. He promises to never leave us. He promises to lead us home.

“I am the Alpha and the Omega—the beginning and the end,”says the Lord God. “I am the one who is, who always was, and who is still to come—the Almighty One.” Rev 1:8

7 thoughts on “Circles

  1. Jenifer

    That is powerful. That one circle, the crown of thorns, shows proof of His promises. We just have to take hold of them. Great post.

  2. Lisa

    The more we know God, the more we love Him. The more we love Him, the more we want to know Him. And when we spend time with Jesus, He leaves us completely satisfied, yet wanting more – so we come back to spend more time with Him. The circles are everywhere!

  3. My daily walk in His grace!

    Hi Eileen – great analogy and great post. I love how now when I say alpha and omega, I now think of a circle!
    God bless

  4. frogsview

    Great post.

    I also chuckle when I see the sign that says: Pasquotank River, part of the Pasquotank River Basin. No kidding? Thanks for telling me that! lol. I kind of figured it out..


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