Tag Archives: worship

Recruiting Children

Neal Pollard It was Adolf Hitler who famously said, “When an opponent declares, ‘I will not come over to your side,’ I calmly say, ‘Your child belongs to us already… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, … Continue reading

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“I Don’t Consider Myself Unfaithful”

Neal Pollard An intelligent, independent young American man in his mid-20s showed up at the Siem Reap church building for mid-week services.  He not only grew up in the church, but he even attended a “Christian” high school and one … Continue reading

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SUNDAY MORN

Neal Pollard I love to watch the sun come up The first day of the week I long for the bread and the cup For the privilege of the gospel to speak I love to see the saints assemble To … Continue reading

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WORSHIPPING LIKE A WISE MAN

    Neal Pollard At the birth of Christ, some men came from the east because they knew He had been born.  Many versions refer to them as “Magi,” “…originally applied exclusively to members of a priestly caste of the … Continue reading

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SINGING WITH THE UNDERSTANDING: “IVORY PALACES”

Neal Pollard A little less than a century ago, Henry Barraclough wrote one of the most unique, lyrically-rich songs in our songbook.  The musical arrangement is soothing in a way that matches the meaning of the words.  However, its poetry … Continue reading

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AREA PREACHER SPEAKS FOR GOD ABOUT WORSHIP

Neal Pollard The church in the Denver metro area is no different than most parts of this nation.  There are a few congregations of God’s people with whom we find ourselves deeply divided when it comes to worship, women’s role, … Continue reading

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WHEN YOU GO TO WORSHIP, ACT LIKE A LAME BEGGAR

Neal Pollard When you go to worship this Lord’s Day, will you act like a lame beggar? Not just like any lame beggar.  Not exactly imitating the lame beggar to which I refer.  Instead, consider the man in Acts 3 … Continue reading

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WHEN YOU ASSEMBLE THIS SUNDAY

Neal Pollard Not every one who comes to worship comes with proper motives or attitudes.  The mother of James and John, after falling down to worship Jesus, asked Him to give her boys the positions of highest honor in His … Continue reading

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