“No One Supported Me, But All Deserted Me”

Neal Pollard These are some of the last words written by one of the greatest men who ever lived. He wrote them while in prison, waiting to die for his faith. He has just spoken of people he trusted who had deserted him. He is lacking even the bare essentials. A man, knowing how difficult … Continue reading “No One Supported Me, But All Deserted Me”

P.A.I.N.

Neal Pollard Problems aren't inherently negative.  Will you remember that? The middle-aged man with the persistent pain goes to the doctor, who discovers the malignant mass and gets him to the surgeon. The man's life is saved by pain. The teenage Christian girl who endures the hurt of breaking up with the boy who is … Continue reading P.A.I.N.

Struggling Through Our Troubles

Neal Pollard Have you ever had a problem or struggle that started out small but kept growing until it was larger than life? Did it come to consume your thoughts, keep you up at night, and become an overwhelming obsession? Maybe you devoted a lot of emotion to it. Just by virtue of living on … Continue reading Struggling Through Our Troubles

Coping With Thorns

Neal Pollard Satan is the accuser of the brethren (Rev. 12:10). He is the author of audacity, and he showed it first in Eden. He is at work today through temptation and suffering to try and dismantle our faith. He is a presence in our personal lives (1 Pet. 5:8). If there’s hurt, he’s happy. … Continue reading Coping With Thorns

FOURTEEN SUGGESTIONS FOR BUILDING YOUR DEVOTIONAL LIFE

Neal Pollard Maybe you have resolved repeatedly to become a better, more faithful Bible student, person of prayer, or simply one who truly desires to build a closer relationship with God. While a lot of that will be personal and peculiar to you as an individual, you may lack direction about how to get started … Continue reading FOURTEEN SUGGESTIONS FOR BUILDING YOUR DEVOTIONAL LIFE

And The Rain Fell

Neal Pollard You're building your house for life, not a day By all that you do and everything you say But more important than roof or even the walls Is your foundation, for there's coming floods and squalls. Today the sky may be sunny and fair And life may seem easy with no burden or … Continue reading And The Rain Fell