Appreciating The Blessings In A Key Text

Neal Pollard Joshua 21:43-45 is the key text in that book because at this point that Joshua can say that God gave everything that had been promised. With the settling of the land, the land promise made to Abraham was now fulfilled. Israel was not fully a nation after becoming a people and having law, … Continue reading Appreciating The Blessings In A Key Text

Some Powerful Promises

Neal Pollard “You Will Have…” —Treasure in heaven if you follow Jesus (Mat. 19:21; Mk. 10:21). —Honor in the sight of all if you are humble (Lk. 14:10). —Praise of rulers and authority if you do good (Rom. 13:3). —An answer for the sinfully proud if you are persuaded about the Lord (2 Cor. 5:12). … Continue reading Some Powerful Promises

Jahaziel’s Comforting Message

Neal Pollard Jahaziel would have been a man of interesting and diverse talents. As a Levite, he would have served with the priests in the temple. As one of the sons of Asaph, he would have either been a literal descendant “or more probably [one of] a class of poets and singers who recognized him … Continue reading Jahaziel’s Comforting Message

Launch Out Into The Deep

Neal Pollard When Jesus met Peter, it may have seemed like an ordinary day to the Galilean fisherman. Simon Peter and his partners had just spent a long night fishing with no results.  You can imagine they were irritated and frustrated, maybe even feeling sorry for themselves. Then, Jesus commandeered Simon's boat and used it … Continue reading Launch Out Into The Deep

A Daring Escape

Neal Pollard Before Arthur Turner “Bud” Morris died at home on December 15, 2012, following service to our country in the army in World War II and a 35-year career as a truck driver for Carolina Freight (see more here), he granted an interview for Atlanta’s NBC affiliate, WXIA, in which he not only claimed … Continue reading A Daring Escape