Do you believe...
- in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob?
- that Jesus (Yeshua) is the Christ (Messiah)?
- that the Ten Commandments are for us to follow today?
If the answer to those questions is "yes," then you agree with Judeo-Christian beliefs!
The purpose of the Judeo-Christian Clarion is to continue reaching out to the church in order
to provide education about our Jewish/biblical roots. In order for us to fully know who Jesus Christ (Messiah Yeshua) is, we must
be familiar with this often overlooked, yet crucial, piece of the puzzle.
It's time for the church to meet the Jewish Master in all His Jewishness and for the family of God to become familiar with its Jewish roots.
We aim to provide a consistent stream of resources for you to read and inspire you in your walk with God.
January 2, 2020: Pray for the Jewish People
This next year, let us commit to bringing the Good News, the light of God's Word, to a world that so desperately needs to hear the truth. We want to consider having times of prayer over this next year when we would pray together for the Jewish people, like Esther did; for our country, like Ruth; for the persecuted church, like the Maccabees; and for our needs to be met, like Mary and Joseph.
The plagues God unleashed upon Egypt culminated in the death of the firstborn of the Egyptians, dealing a final blow to the obstinate heart of Pharaoh. To memorialize this purchasing of freedom, God commanded the children of Israel to commemorate the Passover each year. While the literal understanding of this Appointed Time is applicable especially to the physical descendants of Israel, we as believers in Yeshua (Jesus) have also experienced a great redemption.
Auld Lang Syne is a Scottish song that came out about 1787. It means "Old Long Ago" or "Old Times Sake." It is a song about friendship. At twelve midnight on December 31st we begin anew, but every day and even every moment is a new beginning. We must make the most of every minute because no one knows what the next minute will bring.
As we celebrate the birth of Yeshua (Jesus), we want to look at who Yeshua is. Isaiah speaks to us about the man of grief and sorrow. We want to take a closer look at this passage in Isaiah 53, because we as believers don't meditate enough on this thought about Yeshua (Jesus) as a man who went about with grief and sorrow . . . or is this passage talking about someone else?
Come, Holy Spirit, fill my heart with Your love. Let Your Spirit flow through me so that I may show love and compassion to all people.
— excerpt from Holy SpiritRead full
Sandiegrams are meditational writings by Sandie Balisteri. They will fill you with hope and encouragement. Please feel free to download them and share with others!