More Light Than Heat

Neal Pollard In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Polonius counsels his daughter, Ophelia, about Hamlet’s vows of love, saying, “When the blood burns, how prodigal the soul lends the tongue vows. These blazes, daughter, giving more light than heat, extinct in both even in their promise as it is a-making, you must not take for fire” (Act 1, … Continue reading More Light Than Heat

TO THOSE WHO DIVIDE BRETHREN

Neal Pollard —“A perverse man spreads strife, and a slanderer separates intimate friends” (Prov. 16:28). —“A worthless person, a wicked man is one who…spreads strife” (Prov. 6:12,14). —“There are six things which the LORD hates, yes, seven which are an abomination to Him: …one who spreads strife among brothers” (Prov. 6:16,19). —“Hatred stirs up strife, … Continue reading TO THOSE WHO DIVIDE BRETHREN