A Story You Don’t Hear In Vacation Bible School

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard Civil war has broken out in the kingdom after Saul’s death. David is a patriot who loves his people so he offers to treat Saul’s followers well after Judah crowns him as king. However, a man named, Abner, takes matters into his own hands and he defies God’s chosenContinue reading “A Story You Don’t Hear In Vacation Bible School”

Korah’s Rebellion 

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard For the next few weeks we will look at some of the lesser known Biblical accounts, and the lessons we can learn from them.  In Numbers sixteen there is a strange and terrifying event that unfolds. It has all the ingredients of a great movie. There’s rebellion, jealousy, vengeance,Continue reading “Korah’s Rebellion “

THE NON-LITERARY PROPHETS: GAD

Neal Pollard There are several prophets whose writings, by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, make up part of the Old Testament canon. We often refer to them as the Major Prophets (Isaiah-Daniel) and the Minor Prophets (Hosea-Malachi). In addition, there is a biblical sense in which the remaining Old Testament writers would be rightlyContinue reading “THE NON-LITERARY PROPHETS: GAD”

Jahaziel’s Comforting Message

Neal Pollard Jahaziel would have been a man of interesting and diverse talents. As a Levite, he would have served with the priests in the temple. As one of the sons of Asaph, he would have either been a literal descendant “or more probably [one of] a class of poets and singers who recognized himContinue reading “Jahaziel’s Comforting Message”