Would a total collapse of the WBTS put closure to resentment?

by The Berean 22 Replies latest jw friends

  • trueblue

    I agree it would take years in fact @least one thousand years.

    I was abused as a child by JW's and that is a fact that I now have post traumatic stress desorder and there is no cure for that in this system of things. anyway I have to be very careful the way I associate myself with JW's.

    I once went to a meeting and in the talk the speaker said that the government says that you are not to spank the children but the bible says that if spare the rod you spoil the child. I started to boil.

    I had a dream that I killed all the JW's and turned myself in.

    I later went to get psychotharapy.

    Quite possibly in the nick of time because the doc said that is the most severe cercumstances she has ever heard of and it is very short of a miracle or something that I haven't done something along time ago and still serving a life sentence in prison.

    I thought I was a monster or something with some of the things I thought of doing but I know that it is normal and the JW's were the ones creating the monster. If anyone especially a JW try to get inside me I natuarally want to lash out.

  • ablebodiedman

    It would not put closure to resentment however, it would make me very glad!

    Revelation 18:20

    20 “Be glad over her, O heaven, also YOU holy ones and YOU apostles and YOU prophets, because God has judicially exacted punishment for YOU from her!”


  • ablebodiedman

    I don't want to see just a collapse.

    I want a better vindication!

    I would at the very least want to see twice the amount of pain and suffering that the WTBTS has caused done right back to the WTBTS.

    That would equal an enormous amount of pain and suffering.

    Revelation 18

    5 For her sins have massed together clear up to heaven, and God has called her acts of injustice to mind. 6 Render to her even as she herself rendered, and do to her twice as much, yes, twice the number of the things she did; in the cup in which she put a mixture put twice as much of the mixture for her.


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