Judeo-Christian Clarion — The Clarion

The Clarion, Nov. 2021

Welcome I can’t help but think of the last stanza of “Over the River and Through the Woods.” It goes like this: “Over the river and through the woods now  grandmother’s cap I spy! Hurrah for the fun! Is the pudding done? Hurrah for the pumpkin pie!” This is what Thanksgiving was meant to be. […]

The Clarion, Oct. 2021

Welcome Fall is a great time of year. The leaves are changing and a new beauty begins to show. It’s like old age. When you are young there is a beauty that old people wish they had. But as you get into the fall of your life, it has a beauty all of its own. […]

The Clarion, Sept. 2021

Welcome It’s hard to believe that it is September.  The summer is coming to a close. How quickly time goes by and as time goes so does our lives. We celebrate the Fall Feasts this year all in September. The Fall Feasts represent the second coming of the Messiah.  We read last month that the […]

The Clarion, Aug. 2021

Welcome! Here are some fun facts about August. It also shows why you can not trust putting your faith in days and months and years. August was once the sixth month of the year. In the original ten-month Roman calendar, the month went by the name of Sextilis, meaning “the sixth month” in Latin. It […]

The Clarion, Jul. 2021

Welcome! Irving Berlin wrote “God Bless America” in 1918 when he was in service, but the song did not become popular till 1938. To me this song should have been our National Anthem, because we needed a prayer more than a song.    Let’s pray the words of this song.  “God bless America, land that I […]

The Clarion, Jun. 2021

                Welcome June is a great month because of Summer. Years ago everyone wanted to be a June bride. All the flowers are in bloom and peoples’ gardens are growing and of course, June is Father’s Day month.  Fathers represent God. Fathers are our protectors and our providers […]

The Clarion, May 2021

Welcome May is a beautiful month.  The spring flowers and trees are all in bloom. The birds are chirping and the sounds of life are upon us. This May 16th at sunset begins the feast known as Shavuot or better known to us as Pentecost. Pentecost was the day that the tongues of fire fell […]

The Clarion, Apr. 2021

Welcome Welcome to spring.  After a long winter it is so nice to see the flowers peeking through the ground and the days are getting longer. It’s the time for the resurrection of the “Dead from Winter” and everyone cries Hallelujah! People feel renewed as they begin to spend more time outside I would like […]

The Clarion, Mar. 2021

Welcome March is such a great month because it brings new life. The ground begins to thaw, and the spring flowers start poking their heads above the ground, and everything that was dead comes alive. This year Passover, the day that Yeshua died, which is the 14th day of Nisan on the Jewish calendar is […]

The Clarion, Feb. 2021

Welcome February is considered the month of love.  Love is a misunderstood word. Paul tells us this about love in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8,   “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.  It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, […]

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