Neal Pollard This time of year our minds go back To days gone by, down memory’s track Of laughter, stories, food and walks Singing, sharing family history and talks Some who once were in our clannish stable Have left our banquets for the heavenly table Childhood recollections may be larger than life And death … Continue reading Homesick
Neal Pollard Most of us are familiar with the intimate words spoken by Jesus to His followers in John 14:1-6. They were words of active comfort for a man who was imminently facing the worst suffering humanity could ever know. Yet, from those gentle words of guidance, we find a beacon to show us what … Continue reading THE KIND OF LIFE WE SHOULD LIVE
Neal Pollard I once was without representation, Not a citizen of that chosen nation, Enslaved and oppressed, Deprived of the best, And discouraged by my lowly station, But my freedom was bought at a price, With the one ransom that would suffice, Sweet liberty was bought, And my freedom I sought, When I opted … Continue reading In Awe Of The Greatest Freedom
Neal Pollard Saving for retirement. Exercising and losing weight. Mending a broken relationship. Daily Bible reading. Many are the objectives, goals, and needs we all have in this life, but just as many are the excuses we often give for not addressing them. We fall back on lack of time, how we feel, whose fault … Continue reading EXCUSES OR MOTIVATIONS
Neal Pollard Are you one who looks back with affection, Reminiscing about days of yore? Waving flags and praying for protection, For your nation from shore to shore. There are songs and celebrations sweet Speeches that rouse the emotion Fierce loyalty for the land beneath your feet That inspires a most patriotic notion But what … Continue reading Do You Love Your Country?
Neal Pollard One of the most recent lottery winners, Jesus Davila, Jr., has an interesting backstory. He once spent 12 years behind bars for the manufacturing and selling of cocaine, a felony. This week, he claimed $127 million after taxes. Sounds like a rags to riches kind of story, doesn’t it? It is interesting, and … Continue reading “WINNING THE LOTTERY”
Neal Pollard When Greek politician Andreas Papandreou died in 1996, he left his entire hefty estate to his third wife, Dimitria Liani. His three sons and a daughter, who had married a politician who was Papandreou's political enemy, were disinherited when she and her siblings' refused to ostracize this enemy. It was contested in Greek … Continue reading From Disinherited To Inheritors
Neal Pollard While so many in religion and even the media latch onto sensational tales of traveling to the "other side" and coming back with stories about heaven (they do not ordinarily wind up going the other direction), these individuals often claim (necessarily without proof) to have seen or heard things from God, Christ, and … Continue reading Heaven Really IS For Real