What Is Your Trajectory?

Neal Pollard The New Oxford Online Dictionary defines trajectory as “the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces” (n/p). The term is used of everything from ammunition to astronomy, but in its figurative sense can be used to speak of the law of sowing and reaping … Continue reading What Is Your Trajectory?

Some Things That Will Not Be At The Judgment

Neal Pollard What will the throne of judgment look like? What will Christ, the Judge, look like? Will the Judgment be experienced through the sense of sight? What will be different there from this life? What will be changed? The Bible speaks often about the moment of reckoning, when the righteous and wicked dead (John … Continue reading Some Things That Will Not Be At The Judgment

EXCUSES OR MOTIVATIONS

Neal Pollard Saving for retirement. Exercising and losing weight. Mending a broken relationship. Daily Bible reading.  Many are the objectives, goals, and needs we all have in this life, but just as many are the excuses we often give for not addressing them.  We fall back on lack of time, how we feel, whose fault … Continue reading EXCUSES OR MOTIVATIONS

Oise-Aigne American Cemetery Plot E

Neal Pollard My brother and fellow preacher, Brent Pollard, finds the most interesting historical facts—an ability which makes his preaching illustrations most interesting.  He sent me an article about the Oise-Aigne Cemetery in northern France.  Though I have actually visited that cemetery, I had no idea about the existence of an auxiliary burial plot known … Continue reading Oise-Aigne American Cemetery Plot E

Do You Love Your Country?

Neal Pollard Are you one who looks back with affection, Reminiscing about days of yore? Waving flags and praying for protection, For your nation from shore to shore. There are songs and celebrations sweet Speeches that rouse the emotion Fierce loyalty for the land beneath your feet That inspires a most patriotic notion But what … Continue reading Do You Love Your Country?