Neal Pollard How great to say with David, "I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord” (Psalm 122:1). Another psalm also urges, "Come, let us worship and bow down, Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker" (95:6). Both verses are the attitude of a redeemed, … Continue reading Reflections On Worship, From A-Z
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)
Neal Pollard Most of us are familiar with the intimate words spoken by Jesus to His followers in John 14:1-6. They were words of active comfort for a man who was imminently facing the worst suffering humanity could ever know. Yet, from those gentle words of guidance, we find a beacon to show us what … Continue reading THE KIND OF LIFE WE SHOULD LIVE
Neal Pollard Bob Russell tells the story of Dwight Day, a UPS pilot who had come back to church after many years away. Russell walked into the auditorium one day to catch Day scrubbing grape juice stains off the pews. This pilot was an important man with sufficient money to hire someone to do the … Continue reading Would Jesus Scrub Grape Juice Stains?
Neal Pollard Kathy just called me and told me she saw this bumper sticker on a truck as she fought traffic on Wadsworth Boulevard. How clever! It uses the same religions that the infamous “Coexist” bumper sticker uses, including Hinduism, Daoism, Shintoism, Unitarian Universalism, Satanism, Atheism, Islamism, and Judaism. There is a website where these … Continue reading “CONTRADICT: THEY CAN’T ALL BE TRUE”