Neal Pollard Jesus asked a lone, appreciative soul, "Were there not ten cleansed? But the nine--where are they? Was no one found who turned back to give glory to God, except this foreigner?" (Luke 17:17-18). They were terrified (13), terminal (12), transformed (14), but they were not thankful. They were saved, but to what end? … Continue reading Are You Grateful?
Neal Pollard Running water. Electricity. A stove. A microwave. Family. Sanity. Health. Domestic tranquility. Health care. Dexterity. Opposable thumbs. Involuntary muscle movement. Singing. Friends. Children. Parents. Nature. Mountains. Breezes. Fireplaces. Automobiles. Law enforcement. Aspirin. Hot water. Showers. Eyesight. Clotting. Emotions. Dogs. Sunsets. Siblings. The ocean. Companionship. Passion. Nerve endings. Shelter. Rocking chairs. Reading. Running. Refrigerators. … Continue reading Assorted Blessings
Neal Pollard Upon The Hearth In My Parents’ House Sat A White Haired Grandmother Figurine Her Bespectacled Face, Her Checkered Blouse Accented The Festive Holiday Scene Nearby In The Kitchen, The Women And Girls Worked With Busy Hands And Easy Chatter By Their Handiwork, An Incredible Aroma Swirls As They Finished Each Dish And … Continue reading Thankful For This Day Through The Years
Neal Pollard Her name was Mrs. Broadhead. She was a resident in a west Alabama nursing home. She was known for saying one thing with great frequency: "We have a lot to be thankful for, don't we?" Emaciated, confined to a wheel chair, with a speech impediment due to a stroke, and filled with aches … Continue reading THE BEAUTIFUL QUALITY OF THANKFULNESS
Neal Pollard Life, love, happiness, and health, Water, worth, worship and wealth Food, faith, dogs and dreams Smiles, sunshine, singing and streams Marriage, mothers, prayer and play Friendship, flowers, tomorrow, today Calvary, Christ, heaven and hope Rain, resurrection, snow and soap Family, frost, babies and birth Books, baking, monkeys and mirth Mountains, moonbeams, coffee and … Continue reading JAMES 1:17