"Dear Men Of Calvary Inverness"


Sunday (6/11), gather with your church family as we spend this Sunday and next studying the exhortation that the Apostle Paul gave his protege Timothy. He wrote his letter from a prison cell in Rome, understanding that his life was ending whether he was set free or not. Therefore, Paul established the foundation for Timothy, the bishop of Ephesus, to be an integral part of a growing healthy body of New Testament believers.

In the first half of the chapter (4:1-8), Paul gave the purpose of his instructions. He wanted Timothy to know that his fight was not with flesh and blood but with the dark principalities and powers of the age, he was to battle.
Fighting the demonic powers of Ephesus was only part of his ministry. Timothy’s main thrust was to preach the inerrant, inspired, and infallible Word of God consistently Sunday after Sunday so that his congregation would be thoroughly equipped to understand, defend and share the gospel boldly with those enslaved by sin and spiritual darkness.

Even though Paul wrote his letter to Timothy, it was also directed to the men who attended his church in which God commanded them to lead their families in worship, to be a mouthpiece for God, and to cherish and nourish their spiritual life as the prophet, priest and pastor of their home.

Due to the increasing and rampant immortality in the culture today and the threat of its toxicity infiltrating the church, it seems prudent that the men of our fellowship understand their integral role in defending their families and church from the deception of a world gone mad and to know that they are the key to their family and church’s spiritual health.
I look forward to our time together. Please pray for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the entire Calvary Chapel family.
There are several opportunities for worship. On-campus (10:00 am), drive-in church (92.1fm), and online (Facebook, YouTube: Calvary Inverness); (website: calvaryinv.com

In His Strong Love,

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