What The Cross Was Supposed to Be — BP’s Fuel For Thought

The cross was supposed to be the bringer of sadness, But Christ used it to bring eternal joy (1 Peter 1:8-9). The cross was supposed to be the displayer of shame, Yet it only showcased Christ’s glory (John 12:23ff). The cross was supposed to be the place of dishonor, But it instead brought […] via WhatContinue reading “What The Cross Was Supposed to Be — BP’s Fuel For Thought”

“Who Will Bring Me Down To Earth?” God! — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard The shortest book of the Old Testament is dedicated to revealing the coming punishment of a nation which descended from Esau. Edom, also called Teman (for Esau’s grandson, Gen. 36:15), faced “the day of the Lord” (a frequent Old Testament term meaning coming, divine punishment) along with […]Continue reading ““Who Will Bring Me Down To Earth?” God! — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”