Wednesday's Column: Third's Words Gary Pollard III I believe that God exists. I believe that He communicated with His creation by direct contact, messengers, and a series of ancient texts. I believe that He wants His human creation to be with Him after they die. I believe that He expects those who claim to be … Continue reading WHY DO YOU BELIEVE?
Neal Pollard The astute reader of the book of Mark finds the word 40 times in 39 verses (the Greek word most often translated "immediately" in Mark is actually found 44 times). It is a key word found consistently throughout the gospel but especially in the first six chapters. Usually, the word is used to … Continue reading “Immediately”
Neal Pollard In Romans 8:26, speaking of the work of the Holy Spirit, Paul writes, “ In the same way the Spirit also helps our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we should, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words.” The Holy Spirit “helps,” lending “a … Continue reading THE RESCUER AND THE ONE IN TROUBLE
Neal Pollard It answers the biggest mysteries of this life that so baffle humanity. It reveals the plan of the Creator of everything. We are accountable to it. It tells us where we are going. It will give us a guide we can have confidence in as we head to the future. We cannot refuse … Continue reading If The Bible Is God’s Word…
Neal Pollard “God is.” God is real. God is alive. God is watching. God is in control. All these ideas and an infinite number besides are implicit in the fact of God’s existence. That God is implies other things. God can work through every event of life among men to accomplish His sovereign purpose (Rom. … Continue reading Implications of God’s Existence