Neal Pollard The beleaguered prophet, Jeremiah, had had it. He was, in the words of Andy to Barney, “beat to the socks”—and then some! He was surrounded by sin and disobedience. At every turn, he was being disappointed by people he expected so much more from. He was fed up, and he wanted to escape … Continue reading Longing For The Desert Lodging Place?
Neal Pollard I witnessed something beautiful last night. A young man responded to the invitation and I was amazed by an outpouring of love and support shown by so many of his spiritual family. At least a dozen people, young men and young women as well as older men and women, came forward, too. They … Continue reading Not Enough Room On A Short Pew
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 him … Continue reading Jahaziel’s Comforting Message
Neal Pollard The first time I recall understanding the significance of the story in 2 Kings 6:30 was sitting in a class taught by Wendell Winkler. He called the lesson "Hidden Cares." He told us to remember that sitting in the audience each week we preached would be any … Continue reading “SACKCLOTH UNDERNEATH”
Neal Pollard Whose name meant "comfort"? Noah's! Lamech says as much. When Noah was born, Lamech proclaimed, "This one shall give us rest from our work and from the toil of our hands arising from the ground which the Lord has cursed" (Gen. 5:29). The NIV and KJV, among others, puts the word "comfort" for … Continue reading His Name Meant “Comfort”