From The Pollard Poetry Archives (III)

Two Prayers In The Temple Neal Pollard Up high and proud my boasts I declare I brag and I crow with my head in the air Til I look in the corner and see him down there Why is that poor sinner locked up in despair? I abstain from eating two days every week I … Continue reading From The Pollard Poetry Archives (III)

From The Pollard Poetry Archives (II)

The "Wishwewouldas" Neal Pollard In the place of "Wishwewoulda" Lived a people who surely could 'a Reached the lost in their great land But all the "let's" got soundly canned! There in impious "Wishwewoulda" All those Christians surely should 'a They had the money, had the skill But lacked the love, they lacked the will … Continue reading From The Pollard Poetry Archives (II)

From The Pollard Poetry Archives (I)

"What Is Important?" Neal Pollard (11/10/96) there is much this world crowns king And before them all they fall Mere trinkets and perishable things Upon these they in foolish faith call. Don't they know how vainly they plead Who stake their dear soul in the finite? They don't know that they cannot succeed Without investing … Continue reading From The Pollard Poetry Archives (I)

Evangelism Effectively Executed (POEM)

Neal Pollard We need to know the Bible, to study and apply, And teach and share with others, their faith to solidify. But often, before they'll listen to a consonant or vowel, They need to see us on our knees, with our basin and our towel. For fine speech can lose its luster, and argument … Continue reading Evangelism Effectively Executed (POEM)

So You Have A Sinful Past? (POEM)

  Neal Pollard Moses was a murderer, Rahab was a liar, David was an adulterer and to murder he did conspire, Gideon and Timothy were timid, Peter a confirmed denier, Paul wrecked havoc on the church, so full of hate and ire. God, from time immemorial, has used the earthen vessel, Sons of thunder or … Continue reading So You Have A Sinful Past? (POEM)

I Met A Soul Today (POEM)

Neal Pollard A lonely soul was crying out For someone to direct Their mind to know the will of God But I chose to deflect. An edgy soul was acting out Intimidating and coarse Yet they were searching for the truth I recoiled with too little remorse. A hopeful soul was reaching out And attended … Continue reading I Met A Soul Today (POEM)

My Father, From An Early Age

Neal Pollard My father, from an early age you taught me to be true, But when I wavered on what that was, I could always look at you. You taught me how the Lord comes first at work, at school, at play But how much easier that became when you practiced that each day. Dear child, … Continue reading My Father, From An Early Age

Which Is Worse: Lawbreaking Or Lawmaking?

  Neal Pollard Scruples, proclivities, judgments, convictions, "I would prefers" as well as "It's betters" Men put these on par with divinely revealed positions Make laws they bind on others like fetters Freedoms, liberties, rights, excesses, "God's grace" gives me license to sin, Men loose themselves, and self-will professes, "No matter how I live I'm … Continue reading Which Is Worse: Lawbreaking Or Lawmaking?

Deathbed Repentance?

Neal Pollard “From the stirrups to the ground, Mercy I asked for, mercy I found” That is a distorted view of grace, Which seeks God only in death’s face. It cheapens that which cost Him much, To use Him only as a deathbed crutch. Unlike the seeker at his eleventh hour, Who sincerely reaches for … Continue reading Deathbed Repentance?

Seeing Through Others’ Eyes

Neal Pollard What is the greatest trial? What do men so despise? The hardest climb and dreariest mile Is seeing through another’s eyes. It may appear uncomplicated, Completely cut and dry, But our skills may be overrated, As we try to see through the other’s eye. We don’t know what they’re thinking Can’t know their … Continue reading Seeing Through Others’ Eyes