Judgement Tactic (5/9/2014)

Tactics writes, “The nasty consequences of our church’s “judgments” are demonstrated in all those Christians who have been labeled guilty of something, unstated and inferred. Resulting in cases where innocent families are pulled apart simply on the caprice of a pastor who doesn’t know to stop.” (Judgement Tactic)

Not a lot to go on, really, is it? Let’s try to flesh this out, shall we? The Calvary Temple ‘church’ [cult] is judging? Who is CTC judging? “all those Christians.” What Christians? Those “labeled” as guilty. Of what? “Something…unstated and inferred.” What are the results of this guilty verdict? “Innocent families pulled apart simply on the caprice of a pastor who doesn’t know how to stop.”


So…let’s start with “Caprice.” Good word, Tactics. The Miriam-Webster dictionary defines caprice this way: “a sudden, impulsive, and seemingly unmotivated notion or action.”

Please allow me to add some synonyms here so that you fully understand just how capricious Wolf Bob Scott is: fickle, inconstant, changeable, variable, mercurial, volatile, unpredictable, temperamental.

Um…But if Bob Scott is supposed to be a “pastor”, how can he then be capricious, or any of the other words that describe Bob Scott’s unrestrained, relentless, and willy nilly attack on Christians that results in the destruction of families?

Let’s now look at the antonyms of caprice: cautious, constant, predictable, reasonable, reliable, sensible, stable, steady, thoughtful, unchanging, dependable, staid, and steadfast…all of the things that Bob Scott is not.

While disagreement over Scripture occurs often, most scholars agree on the Biblical qualifications for pastors, deacons, and elders. While these qualifications can be found throughout the New Testament, two lists of pastoral qualifications almost mirror each other – 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9.

Read on:

First Timothy 3:1–7:

*One must seek the office
*Must be without reproach
*A husband of one wife
*Able to teach
*Not a drunkard
*Not violent but gentle
*Not quarrelsome
*Not a lover of money
*Must manage his own household well, with all dignity keeping his children submissive
*Must not be a recent convert
*Moreover, must be well thought of by outsiders

Titus 1:5–9:

*Above reproach
*A husband of one wife
*His children are believers not open to the charge of debauchery or insubordination.
*Not arrogant
*Not quick-tempered
*Not a drunkard
*Not violent
*Not greedy for gain
*A lover of good
*Must hold firm to the trustworthy word as taught

Do you see anywhere in these lists that it is okay, as a Biblical pastor – a shepherd patterned after our Lord Jesus Christ – to judgmentally slander someone, (which is already awful), to the point that they are destroyed or that their family is pulled apart (this is revolting and blasphemous!)? No. I didn’t think so.

Bob Scott, you are a capricious, willful, vindictive, punitive, little man. You have no qualms about using your bully platform to malign, destroy, and impugn good people and sully their reputations to the point of ruin. To the community of Sterling and surrounding areas, for almost ten years my fellow standers and I have been shouting from the rooftops the dangers of Calvary Temple. Bob Scott is not a shepherd, and Calvary Temple is not a church. Please stay far away from this place located on Triple Seven Rd. Do not become yet another person or family destroyed by this evil man and his malicious kingdom.

#exposecalvarytemple #BobScottIsCapriciousAmongOtherThings #BobScottIsNotAPastor #NorIsHeAShepherd #BobScottIsAWolf #CalvaryTempleIsACult #BeWarned #StayFarAway #Ezekiel34

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