Christmas Letter 2022

Michael A Clark

Christmas 2022



My covenant will I not break, nor alter the thing that is gone out of my lips.

Once have I sworn by my holiness that I will not lie unto David.

His seed shall endure for ever, and his throne as the sun before me.

(Psalm 89: 34-36)


A Message at Christmas

From the President to Members, Associates and Supporters

The year that has past has been eventful, as no other for the past 70 years, with the death of HM Elizabeth II. Thus, in the coming New Year, we must indeed concentrate on the Coronation Service of King Charles III on Saturday 6 May. Our teaching will be able to witness to the significance of the fact that the anointing of the monarch takes place before the crowning, it being the most important part of the whole biblical ceremony and which happens as nowhere else in the world.

The present economic and political emergency in the world is threatening the civilization of the ‘Anglosphere’ as never before. The war in the Ukraine, started by Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, is shaking international finance and the central banks. Economic ‘Babylon’ is falling, particularly in the EU. Also, the illegal migration across the English Channel has now, in reality, become an invasion!

In October, we made available to you three copies of the very important article on ‘The Expanding Family of Christian Nations.’ It is in the form of a special supplement to The Covenant Nations magazine, which is included with the final issue of Volume 5, this for extended distribution where we are inviting our readers to send for additional copies. To reiterate what the Editorial Team said in their letter to contributors and to you:

“The day of opportunity for the blindness of our shepherds in Church and State to the Kingdom truth to be removed at their leisure has passed. The death of The Queen in Scotland, was most significant in its timing. The end of the reign of “The Servant Queen” Elizabeth, has been a signal that time is indeed short at this Age-end period. The night has descended when ‘no man can work (John 9:4) and the fear of persecution for standing up for everything that is our Christian heritage as the Israel of God is taking a huge toll on the lives and occupations of ordinary decent and patriotic people. Church religionists have chosen ‘not to discuss the matter.’ This is now not an option that will bring blessing to them and their flock and further resistance will only bring about their rejection as leaders and teachers as the National Emergency deepens.”

We, as Israel, are not hostage to fear.  The eternal God is our refuge and underneath are His everlasting arms (Deuteronomy 33:27).

A very happy Christmas to you all,


Michael A. Clark, President

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