Judeo-Christian Clarion — The Clarion

The Clarion, March 2023

   Welcome Well, it is finally March. March gives us the hope of  Spring. But God gives us a hope of even better things. Jeremiah 29:11, tells us that God gives us a hope. “For I know the plans that I have for you, declares the LORD, ‘plans for prosperity and not for disaster, to […]

The Clarion, Feb. 2023

  Welcome There is the saying that love makes the world go round. But in these end times it is hard to find love, for the love of many grows cold. We have become lovers of ourselves.(Matthew 24:12, 2 Timothy 3:1-5). Selfies are a big sign of that. So as believers in Messiah, we must […]

The Clarion, Jan. 2023

Welcome January, another year, another new beginning, but let’s look at January another way.  January, the dead of winter. For many of us, winter only means cold and snow and shorter days. But God thinks otherwise. As we get old, we enter into the winter of our lives. We move slower, our hair turns gray, […]

The Clarion, Dec. 2022

  Welcome Well it is the holidays once again. The year seems to go by so fast, but in reality, we do a lot of living in those 365 days. We do a lot of good, make many mistakes, and hopefully, we make a lot of changes in our lives. As believers we are supposed […]

The Clarion, Nov. 2022

Welcome As we find ourselves in the middle of autumn and with the change in weather, we often start putting our thoughts on the holidays that are quickly approaching. Thanksgiving to New Years become a very busy time for us, but after coming so far in the year, it is hard not to begin to […]

The Clarion, Oct. 2022

Welcome It is amazing how fast the cycle of life comes and goes. Once again we find ourselves in Fall. We planted our seeds and watched them grow and harvested our fruits and vegetables and now we are here at the end of the process once again.  Psalm 103: 15-16 reminds us of this, “The […]

Judeo-Christian Clarion—–The Clarion

Judeo-Christian Clarion—-The Clarion

The Clarion, Sept. 2022

          Welcome September is a time to say good-bye to Summer and hello to Fall. The kids go back to school, football begins once again and the leaves begin to turn and fall. It is quite a time for change. Many people may be ready for that change, but so often […]

The Clarion, Aug. 2022

Welcome The middle of July to the middle of August is known as the dog days of summer. The ancient Romans called the hottest, most humid days of summer “diēs caniculārēs” or “dog days.” The name came about because they associated the hottest days of summer with the star Sirius. Sirius was known as the […]

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