Neal Pollard Ahab was the most wicked king in Israel’s history (1 Kings 16:30). To top it off, he was married to perhaps the most immoral woman revealed to us during the time of the divided kingdom in the Old Testament. Her name, Jezebel, is still somewhat infamous today. She destroyed the prophets of the … Continue reading Who Is The “Troubler Of Israel”?
Neal Pollard I preface this simply by saying that I have far too imperfectly modeled these lessons far too often, but I maintain their worthiness. The world is rooting for our children to fail and fall, but the Word is written to counteract that! Prayerfully consider the following: --Character Is More Important Than Charm And … Continue reading LESSONS I WANT MY SONS TO CARRY INTO ADULTHOOD
Neal Pollard One of the more interesting Hebrew words in the Old Testament is the word translated "meditate" in passages such as Psalm 1:2. הָגָה ("Haga"), most often found among the poets and prophets, has a wide range of meaning depending on derivation of the root word. Elihu uses the word to speak of … Continue reading THE MOANING OF A DOVE, THE GROWLING OF A LION
Neal PollardOne of the last great periods of spiritual revival in Judah's history before Babylonian Captivity occurred during the reign of Jehoshaphat. This king is praised for seeking God, following His commandments, and not acting like Israel (2 Ch. 17:3-4). Jehoshaphat was greatly blessed by these decisions, he took pride in the Lord's ways and … Continue reading Jehoshaphat’s People