Neal Pollard An epistle centering around the superiority of Christi as our all-sufficient One would certainly be expected to contain a message of hope. While some had apparently given up Jesus as their hope (6:4-6), the writer of Hebrews had a higher estimation of those to whom he writes. for one thing, they had a … Continue reading Characteristics of Hope
Neal Pollard If I have a favorite chapter of the Bible, it would have to be 2 Timothy 4. Yes, I love the first eight verses, but that alone is not what cinches this chapter as dearest to me. It’s Paul’s personal remarks starting in verse nine. There’s his longing to see his spiritual son, … Continue reading Even When You’re Alone, You’re Not
Neal Pollard Recently, I was corresponding with Arthur Ohanov, a gospel preacher in Donetsk, Ukraine, who served as my translator on a couple of mission trips to eastern Ukraine in the early 2000s. In part, he wrote me, “As I am typing this letter I hear bombing in our city, but God is good! We … Continue reading Act While You Can!
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