Neal Pollard ...Of concerns over the future--decisions to make, the specter of tomorrow, growing old, retirement? ...Of sin--fighting temptation and not always winning, beating one thing and then finding another cropping up in its place, and the guilt it brings? ...Of disappointment--both of what I inflict and what is inflicted upon me? ...Of fear--when it … Continue reading When Will I Ever Be Free…
Neal Pollard If I have a favorite chapter of the Bible, it would have to be 2 Timothy 4. Yes, I love the first eight verses, but that alone is not what cinches this chapter as dearest to me. It’s Paul’s personal remarks starting in verse nine. There’s his longing to see his spiritual son, … Continue reading Even When You’re Alone, You’re Not
Neal Pollard Shortly before Joab turns the tide of Absalom’s rebellion by killing him, David, the rebel’s father, had reached a low ebb in his reign. David and his faithful followers had been on the run from Absalom for some time, hiding and trying to escape rout and death. Worry was a regular exercise for … Continue reading “The People…In The Wilderness”
Neal Pollard According to NASA's Earth Observatory, "The Intertropical Convergence Zone, or ITCZ, is the region that circles the Earth, near the equator, where the trade winds of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres come together" (via http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov). The ITCZ ("itch") is a major weather player, affecting rainfall, storms, and wind currents across the world along … Continue reading Are You Stuck In The Doldrums?