Neal Pollard Be Productive With Your Time (Eph. 5:16). Be Pure In Your Heart (Mat. 5:8). Be Proactive In Your Relationships (Eph. 5:21-6:4). Be Peaceable With Your Provokers (Rom. 12:17-21). Be Purposeful With Your Life (Rom. 8:28). Be Praiseful With Your God (Psa. 150). Be Pleasant In Your Demeanor (Prov. 16:24). Be Prayerful In Your … Continue reading My Daily “To-Do” List
Neal Pollard What the child is always doing, despite evidence to the contrary ("nothing"). What is wrong with one's spouse who sits nearby, quietly and tightlippedly fuming ("nothing"). What the interrupted person was going to say ("nothing"). The word which defines itself is "nothing." The Bible teaches, "For if anyone thinks he is something when he … Continue reading The “Nothings”
Neal Pollard While visiting Ray and Lupida Lewis yesterday, I got to hear the story behind her current situation. This upbeat, sweet-spirited Christian woman was minutes from undergoing the first of at least three extensive back and neck surgeries necessitated by injuries suffered as she was walking and was struck by a driver going 35 … Continue reading The Worst Way For Total Blindness To Occur
Neal Pollard Bob Russell tells the story of Dwight Day, a UPS pilot who had come back to church after many years away. Russell walked into the auditorium one day to catch Day scrubbing grape juice stains off the pews. This pilot was an important man with sufficient money to hire someone to do the … Continue reading Would Jesus Scrub Grape Juice Stains?
Neal Pollard While people today want to emphasize "spirituality" over "religion," that is not the biblical way. By "spiritual," people want to talk about a self-defined personal relationship with God, the way they feel, or their pursuit of some mystical or mysterious expression of the soul. The Bible is much less abstract and more concrete … Continue reading What Kind Of Religion Do You Have?