Neal Pollard Planting gospel seed (cf. Luke 8:11) will result in people of all ages, backgrounds, and nations becoming Christians. Overcoming evil with good (Rom. 12:17-21) will soften hard-hearted enemies. Approaching a wayward brother or sister in lovingkindness (Gal. 6:1; Jas. 5:19-20) will bring some back to faithfulness. Faithful attendance will stimulate to love and … Continue reading It Will Work!
Neal Pollard Jesus said, “wisdom is vindicated by all her children” (Luke 7:35). He said this in response to the hypercriticism and unrighteous judgment of those who condemned both John the Baptist and Him. They said John was too conservative and Jesus was too liberal. They hacked at the methods and message of both, without … Continue reading Wisdom Is Vindicated By All Her Children
Neal Pollard Pray, specifically, about having opportunities to share your faith. Think about the people in the various places you spend your time and ask God for inroads with these individuals specifically. Pray for courage, wisdom, and your words (cf. Col. 4:2-6). Pray for their hearts. Pray to pick opportune times to approach them. Cultivate … Continue reading Everyone Can “Do” Evangelism
Neal Pollard It’s not a Social Media phenomenon, but those platforms have proliferated this problem. Begin by making a provocative statement about race, religion, politics, other social issue, matter of judgment, or the like, then step back and watch while the unrestrained and undisciplined scratch and claw at one another. Soon, the issue is obscured … Continue reading Poking The Bear
Neal Pollard Today, I talked with some godly, sweet, and loving elderly people. They are people I respect and admire. They are full of rich memories, have vast experience, and profound wisdom. You are drawn to them. The people I’m referring to are neither superhuman nor necessarily those whose lives have been easier. Their sweetness … Continue reading A SWEET OLD PERSON