My work to expose Calvary Temple has proved interesting these past few months. I have written and posted more real-time pieces rather than a Tactics’ commentary – along with other Expose CT bloggers’ posts – than anything else lately. It’s been…different, to say the least. As I said as early as February this year, things are changing in Calvary Temple.
Today, as I watched Bob Scott perform before his captives, I found myself thinking again about this Tactics post from May 2015, “Who is my brother?” I have been working on this particular piece for months now and for some reason, it just wasn’t coming together.
Timing. God’s timing is everything.
Yet, as I watched him live on YouTube this morning, I realized that I was watching what could be the beginning of the end; that the Bob Scott I’d been watching over the past few months was in decline: cognitively and physically. Bob Scott has become an old man whose mind is failing him.
And I felt sorry for Star Robert Scott.
This man who has lived a life filled with bravado and arrogance, a man who has single-handedly destroyed innumerable lives and entire family units over the past 50 years – now finds himself weak and frail. Although he does put up a good front. He works very hard to appear like he is as he’s always been: on top and in charge.
However, it is obvious – at least it should be obvious, especially to those who say that they care about Bob Scott – that he is entering into old-age dementia. Now, I am not a doctor, nor am I trying to offer a diagnosis, but I’ve been around enough people who have gone down this exact path. It never ends well, and the result is usually the same.
Bob Scott might think that he’s a superhuman, but he’s not.
So, here I am, sitting down to pen my first Tactics commentary in a while.
The timing is now right.
A very moving and passionate plea, this post from Tactics stirred my heart when I first read it back in 2015. The videos are taken from the Marvel movie based on Stan Lee’s comic series, Thor, and feature the struggle between brothers, Thor and Loki. The conflict between the two – one good and the other evil, can be difficult to fathom – because they are brothers.
After today’s CT performance I could not help but wonder, where are Bob Scott’s brothers? Where are his sisters that claim to love him and care about him? I have asked myself these questions before pertaining to Bob Scott’s sin; however, my questioning today was in direct reference to his cognitive decline.
But, what about Bob Scott’s sin? What about his alleged pedophilia with his minor-aged nieces? Or other more recent accusations? I have been asking this question for a long time: as with King David and his sin with Bathsheba and the murder of Uriah, where are the ‘Nathans’ to confront Bob Scott and save him from himself and his sin; the sin that he has committed, yet refuses to acknowledge; sin that he is blind to? Keep in mind, that Bob Scott claims to be a man of God, a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Continuing with my commentary on Tactics’ piece, Tactics is writing as if Bob Scott is asking himself these questions; that Bob Scott is in so much internal turmoil over his own sin, yet out of all the people he has surrounded himself with, why is there no one willing to help save him; speak to him; confront him; shake him out of his powerful sin-filled stupor?
Tactics writes: (Pastor Scott’s secret thoughts)
“Where are the men and women to look me in the eyes, and save me from myself? Does anyone care about my soul, more than their own? Does anyone have the core strength to tell me NO! Can anyone suffer my abuse, my twisted logic, my deadly love in order to keep trying to bring me the truth? Does anyone really care enough about me, to stop me?
What about you, Chuck? Richard? Neil? Scott? Jerry? Or how about you Jeff? Kimberly? Waleed? Jon? Greer? Tony? Or you Bruce? Mike? Josh? I chose you to work alongside me, because I admired your integrity, hoping you would help me walk the straight and narrow. Hoping I could not corrupt you. I have always hunted for ‘precious lives’. Did I corrupt all of you? Am I that powerful? Is there no one good enough to withstand me? To save me from myself? Please stop me, because I can’t stop myself.”Who is my brother? Calvary Temple Tactics May 13, 2015
It has always been my prayer and my hope that Bob Scott would wake up, come to himself, and realize his sin. That he would fall on his face before God and confess all that he has done. Beg for God’s forgiveness.
That his next action would be to stand before his congregation, announce what he’s done, ask for their forgiveness, and then step down from his position to face whatever consequences there are from local and state authorities.
I also pray that Bob Scott would ask forgiveness from the thousands he has harmed.
Finally, and maybe most importantly, he would release the Calvary Temple captives so that they would be united with their loved ones; the countless people that Bob Scott insisted – no demanded – be exiled out of their lives.
Sound like a dream? Maybe it is. But I also know that I serve a mighty God who can do all things.
Back in 2007 when I started down this road to expose Calvary Temple, it sure seemed like it would not have taken this long for Bob Scott to get a clue – but here we are in 2022 – and he is still at it. Blind as ever.
Time has not been kind to Bob Scott, and unfortunately, no one in his inner circle has ever loved him enough to save him from himself. Tactics ends with these Scriptures:
But God says, “And Saul was yet the more afraid of David; and Saul became David’s enemy continually” (1 Samuel 18:29). “I say the truth in Christ, I lie not, my conscience also bearing me witness in the Holy Ghost, That I have great heaviness and continual sorrow in my heart. For I could wish that myself were accursed from Christ for my brethren, my kinsmen according to the flesh” (Romans 9:1-3). “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13).Who is my brother? Calvary Temple Tactics May 13, 2015
Sad. And pathetic. What a pathetic end to a life that could have been so different. Bob Scott is going to leave a legacy of turmoil, chaos, confusion, and destruction. Maybe if someone close to him had loved him enough to confront him, to speak to him, take him down from his pedestal – things might have been different.
When it’s all said and done, Bob Scott’s labors produced havoc and devastation, and he bore no good fruit. None. As much as he wanted to be, Bob Scott will never be king.
There is only one King, and that is Jesus Christ.
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