Calvary Assembly of God

Wilson Calvary Assembly of God

 
Welcome to Calvary Assembly of God, Wilson Wisconsin

Thank you for visiting our church's web site.  We hope that this site will help

strengthen your relationship with God the Father, allow you to follow the

leadership of the Holy Spirit and to become more Christ like as your Christian

faith grows.

 

We are a Bible believing, Spirit lead congregation that enjoys fellowship,

worship and learning the Word of God.  We would enjoy your company if you

are in our area (directions).  If you have any questions, please feel

free to call the church phone and leave a message if we are not able to talk

with you. 

                                             

In Christ,

Calvary Assembly of God

2988 60th Avenue

Wilson, Wisconsin

715-772-4625

 

         

       

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Following without Delay


Read Mark 1:14 through 3:35

Published: Sep 19, 2017

As Jesus walked beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. “Come follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.” At once they left their nets and followed him (Mark 1:16–18).

Simon and Andrew earned their living by fishing, but when Jesus said, “Come follow me,” they left their nets at once and followed Him. They didn’t hesitate to give up the only trade they knew. They answered the call, even though they didn’t know where it might lead them.

Sometimes when God calls people, they ignore the invitation. Answering a call from God doesn’t fit into their life plans. Others may avoid it for a while, wondering how they can leave what they know and follow the unknown. The best response is the one Simon and Andrew had, to respond without hesitation, to follow Christ without delay.

Prayer Suggestion: Lord, help me to follow You without hesitation, putting my faith in Your abilities and not my own.

Quicklook: Mark 1:16–20

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