So You Have A Sinful Past? (POEM)

  Neal Pollard Moses was a murderer, Rahab was a liar, David was an adulterer and to murder he did conspire, Gideon and Timothy were timid, Peter a confirmed denier, Paul wrecked havoc on the church, so full of hate and ire. God, from time immemorial, has used the earthen vessel, Sons of thunder or … Continue reading So You Have A Sinful Past? (POEM)

THE PATIENCE OF A FARMER 

Neal Pollard James uses a variety of examples throughout his short epistle. In James 5:7-8, he writes, “Therefore be patient, brethren, until the coming of the Lord. The farmer waits for the precious produce of the soil, being patient about it, until it gets the early and late rains. You too be patient; strengthen your … Continue reading THE PATIENCE OF A FARMER 

The Assassins In Our Midst

Neal Pollard They are on the loose and nobody even seems to be hunting for them. They have struck countless times. They strike daily. Yet, they will never make the nightly news or the local paper. They do their deeds with seeming impunity. At times, their actions cause the weak and fearful to simply follow … Continue reading The Assassins In Our Midst

CHANGING YOUR ORBIT

Neal Pollard On September 16, 1991, the space shuttle Discovery dodged a chunk of a Soviet Cosmos rocket.  It came within 10 miles of the van-sized debris.  If Discovery had not changed its orbit, it would have been so close a call that it would have been yet another tragedy for our then active space … Continue reading CHANGING YOUR ORBIT

JAMES 1:17

Neal Pollard Life, love, happiness, and health, Water, worth, worship and wealth Food, faith, dogs and dreams Smiles, sunshine, singing and streams Marriage, mothers, prayer and play Friendship, flowers, tomorrow, today Calvary, Christ, heaven and hope Rain, resurrection, snow and soap Family, frost, babies and birth Books, baking, monkeys and mirth Mountains, moonbeams, coffee and … Continue reading JAMES 1:17

Death Is No Respecter

Neal Pollard On the young man's Facebook page, he made hopeful comments.  He had just graduated High School when he wrote, "Can't wait to see what's in store for my future." Randomly, several weeks later, he gushed, "Some day, I'm going to travel the world."  The Colorado Mesa University student from Lakewood, Colorado, was 19 … Continue reading Death Is No Respecter

SUCH AN EASY, DANGEROUS THING TO DO

Neal Pollard There's an old joke out there that goes, "Have you stopped beating your wife?"  If you say "yes," you imply that you used to do it.  If you say "no," you suggest that you are still doing it.  Obviously, the question may be where the problem lies.  If you do not beat your … Continue reading SUCH AN EASY, DANGEROUS THING TO DO

What Kind Of Religion Do You Have?

Neal Pollard While people today want to emphasize "spirituality" over "religion," that is not the biblical way.  By "spiritual," people want to talk about a self-defined personal relationship with God, the way they feel, or their pursuit of some mystical or mysterious expression of the soul.  The Bible is much less abstract and more concrete … Continue reading What Kind Of Religion Do You Have?

Temper And Tongue

Neal Pollard Without wading into the waters of political correctness or questioning motives, Donald Sterling can blame his temper as much as his girlfriend's surreptitious audio recording.  He joins an infinitely long line of those whose unrestrained anger has cost them much more than they anticipated.  While most people will not pay the earthly price … Continue reading Temper And Tongue