WHEN MISUNDERSTOOD

Neal Pollard It will happen, at least occasionally. A remark you make gets taken out of context, will not be correctly heard, or will be heard through the personal filters of the listener. Your facial expressions and body language may not accurately express your feelings or at least not tell the whole story. People may … Continue reading WHEN MISUNDERSTOOD

STUBBORN TRUTHS

Neal Pollard —And I say to you, whoever divorces his wife, except for immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery (Mat. 19:9). —Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38). —For this … Continue reading STUBBORN TRUTHS

“He Shot Me”

Neal Pollard I want to preface this story by saying that, of all my siblings, I probably got away with more than the other two combined.  However, on at least one occasion, I was punished for something I did not do.  My brother was about four years old, and he, some neighborhood buddies, and I … Continue reading “He Shot Me”

Enemies Of Contentment

Neal Pollard Contentment is a learned trait (Ph. 4:11). It is a disciplined trait (1 Ti. 6:8). It is a commanded trait (He. 13:5).  Yet, it is such a rare trait! Some, like Dr. Rick Hanson, have written elaborate explanations for how contentment is a science, a matter of utilizing the neural capacity of the … Continue reading Enemies Of Contentment

THE HUMAN HEART (POEM)

Neal Pollard That part of each man crafted by God But unseen by mortal observation, That figurative place of our emotions and thinking Helping our spiritual station. A place where we alone can nurture and tend, To work to better or embitter That directs our whole body and life on a path That makes us … Continue reading THE HUMAN HEART (POEM)

The “Religious Condition Of The People”

Neal Pollard After describing the "religion of the heart, not of the head," scripture-less sermons of his contemporaries, a certain writer then focused on the consequent religious condition of the people.  He wrote, The religious condition of the people very greatly corresponded to the teaching of these preachers. The native common sense of some told … Continue reading The “Religious Condition Of The People”