I wonder why these guys never talk about being anointed. Immortal heavenly life as rulers would have to be the greatest blessings they have received.
As I look back on my life, I deeply appreciate that Jehovah has always taken care of me. For example, the very day Jim found out that I was living out of my car, he put me in contact with a sister who owned a boarding house. I truly believe that Jehovah used Jim and that dear sister to provide a nice place for me to stay. Jehovah is so kind! He takes care of his faithful worshippers.
This deluded fellow thinks that God arranged everything for him to have a nice place to live, whilst a war was till raging on with children being slaughtered. I love that phrase that JWs say "I truly believe" which really just means that I have convinced myself.
More delusion is evident when he speaks about his soon to be wife studying a secondary Watchtower article and believing that this proved she was a spiritual person. But his words about loving his precious wife fall flat when he starts talking about her dislike to flying but makes her do it anyway.
Susan says that comments from other wives of Governing Body members, given in a loving way, have helped her to be determined to support me as much as possible. She certainly has done that, and I love her for it.
This comment irks me on so many levels. He makes is sound that his wife Susan doesn't have any other female friends and certainly none that could possibly give her any better advise than another wife of a Governing Body member. These GB men are so lucky to have the best and most supportive wives in the world. It is not a hard job at all when you compare it against the many Elders who have to hold down a full time job, care for their house and family and carry out all their JW duties. He should actually be worried that his wife has to look for support from the other GB's wives.
I wonder if he'll ever get any grandchildren.