Come, now, YOU who say: “Today or tomorrow we will journey to this city and will spend a year there, and we will engage in business and make profits,” whereas YOU do not know what YOUR life will be tomorrow. For YOU are a mist appearing for a little while and then disappearing. Instead, YOU ought to say: “If Jehovah wills, we shall live and also do this or that.” –James 4:13-15
"Happy are those conscious of their spiritual need."—Matthew 5:3.
I think when it comes down to it they are imperfect humans but that's all God can work with right??
So who holds the power to direct his servants if it isn't through "God's Organization"?
Continuing on with my other Topic I made on this board I continue a new decision "Who is your Spiritual Guide?"
After leaving the organization, I seem to find myself stuck. Is there a good lead then if not the organization? I want to make my own mind on personal consciences matters but I want the foundation and standards of the Bible guided by a group of ones (who are truly chosen like Jesus and the other prophets) encouraging for the hope of the future, ready to speak the truth, and apply all Scriptures of the Bible.
“There will be a period of time when they will not put up with the healthful teaching, but, in accord with their own desires, they will accumulate teachers for themselves to have their ears tickled; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, whereas they will be turned aside to false stories.”—2 Timothy 4:3, 4.
JESUS made it clear that some forms of worship are not acceptable to God. He spoke of “false prophets,” comparing them to a tree that produces worthless fruit and “gets cut down and thrown into the fire.” He also said: “Not everyone saying to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter into the kingdom of the heavens.”—Matthew 7:15-22.
God did not recognize acts of worship performed by hypocrites. He was not interested in their rituals and prayers. He told Israel: “Your festal seasons my soul has hated. To me they have become a burden; I have become tired of bearing them. And when you spread out your palms, I hide my eyes from you. Even though you make many prayers, I am not listening.”—Isaiah 1:14, 15.
So I guess I'm asking those who have exclaimed their peace, joy, freedom, etc. after Disfellowshipment or leaving Jehovah's Witnesses Organization. Where do you turn and after knowing what you been taught what holds your way of learning a good or ok method. After reviewing my past Topics I do have an Idea but this page I will just summarize it in more of an orderly fashion.