Out Our Way: Hearts, Larks and First Chinooks - Job 19:25-27


Last updated 2/25/2022 at 8:25am

Out of our way, as every Montanan knows, even the fiercest arctic blasts of an Alberta Clipper has to give way to the gentle warm breeze of the Chinook winds. I recall the snow piled up 8 feet tall along the road on a dark winter day shrinking within days when the sun replaced the storm clouds and the Chinook winds began to blow.

I have often used the analogy of those tough times in life we all face being like a Montana winter. Our world is devastated as the dark clouds roll in and the screaming banshee of an Alberta Clipper blots out the sun, the sky, and the landscape. All beauty is gone...

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