Let's go wayyyy back. Remind me again who it was that confused the languages of mankind in the first place (according to the Bible)? God right ...during the Tower of Babel incident? And after this confusion of the languages it caused them to divide off into groups of their own language. This is the explanation that Christians today, including the Witnesses, use to explain where the many languages and divisions came from.
Add to it, the Scriptures tell us at 1 Timothy 2:3,4, that God desires that "all sorts" of men come to an accurate knowledge of him and be saved. Right? So if God was the one who created the confusion and barriers in the languages and yet he desires "all sorts" of men to come to an accurate knowledge of him and be saved, and still yet all he saw necessary to provide was the Bible (part in Hebrew and part in Greek) don't you think he had a plan to work out how all those people of other languages "he incited" would be able to receive exposure to the Bible, and then be able to understand what it meant to them?
Going back to JWFacts comment about the Witnesses lacking faith, this is a prime example. They feel that no one can come to an accurate knowledge of the "truth" or be saved without them. To that I would point them to 1 Corinthians 3:5-9 where it says:
5 What, then, is A·pol´los? Yes, what is Paul? Ministers through whom YOU became believers, even as the Lord granted each one. 6 I planted, A·pol´los watered, but God kept making [it] grow; 7 so that neither is he that plants anything nor is he that waters, but God who makes [it] grow. 8 Now he that plants and he that waters are one, but each [person] will receive his own reward according to his own labor. 9 For we are God’s fellow workers. Y OU people are God’s field under cultivation, God’s building.
So in the end of the matter, according to Scripture, who is responsible for a person growing spiritually and learning the "truth"? God right?
So if 1 Timothy 2:3,4 says: 3 This is fine and acceptable in the sight of our Savior, God, 4 whose will is that all sorts of men should be saved and come to an accurate knowledge of truth.
....and 1 Corinthians 3:5-9 tells us that God is responsible for people's "growth" spiritually, and all we can do is plant the seed (give them a Bible for instance) and water it (maybe share Scriptures of hope, etc) I have to wonder why God doesn't choose to make "all" men/women "grow"? Right? Isn't that his desire? Why some and not others?
Think about it.