A sense of urgency should permeate every aspect of our lives. We are deep in the time of the end. Deliverance is at hand! (Waits for seals to clap)
And I don't necessarily feel bad for having said it.
I'm absolutely sick of the erroneous 1914 doctrine. (I stopped attending meetings over 30 years ago because of it and nothing has changed in all the years since, as it's still being taught.)
I'm sick of the teaching that the United Nations is the 8th King, because it isn't, and I can prove it.
I'm sick of the teaching that the 7th King is the United States and Great Britain, because they aren't, and I can prove it.
I'm sick of the teaching that sheol/hades is the "common grave of mankind", because it isn't. (But it isn't what Christendom teaches either, in case anyone is wondering.)
I'm sick of a basket load of things, come to think of it.
Listen my friends up there at Headquarters in Brooklyn: Isn't it about time for you to get down to business and reconsider the accuracy of what is being taught? My God people, you came to my door right at 42 years ago, which resulted in my getting baptized a few years later. I can honestly say that it was you (the WTS) that got me started on my spiritual journey. Had you not laid the foundation, I would not have gotten to where I now am with regards to the things I've learned from the Bible. The problem is, though, that I've surpassed you in several areas (note the above for a few examples). How can this be possible?! Perhaps it's because, unlike you, I haven't been tied down to overseeing a worldwide organization. Whatever the reason might be, there are a multitude of real live people who have been affected by the ministry that you sponsor, and (knowingly or unknowingly) are counting on you to properly explain the Bible. What a weighty responsibility you have voluntarily accepted. But I ask again, Isn't it about time that you reconsider a number of the things being taught as "accurate Bible knowledge"? I've grown to become and old man since first having been approached by a member of the Watchtower Society. And given the fact that I may not live for too many more years, I'd really hate it if I were to pass into non-existence with no progress (doctrinally-wise) having been made on your part.
Consider it seriously and with a sense of urgency, won't you?