I'm still wondering how you can encourage someone by telling them they're not doing enough.
March kool-aid edition available ...
This is just scary!!!
What a passive aggressive bunch of meatheads. They create the expectation that the end is near withe the demise of the 1914 generation, then switch out the bait to be replaced with an overlapping generation that can run for another 80 years. Then they chastise those who might get a sense that things are not so urgent as they thought before, even though THEY CREATED that expectation.
Okay, I will write something watchtower style.
"The faithful and discreet slave" has
graciously given us provision for daily Bowel Movements
to remind us that Jehovah has a message to deliver
to us and encourage us in our efforts to proclaim the Kingdom. (Judges 3:20-25)
It's like that kid said in the "Young People Ask" book about his porn habit: "'I would look forward to new issues because going through the old ones didn't give me the same flush of excitement. It's habit-forming.' But is it a good habit?"
Is this fleshly pornography mentioned here, or spiritual pornography published by the society? The effects are evidently the same.
Studying "God's organization":
1. If the anointed remnant throughout the world are good enough to rule over Jehovah's heavenly kingdom, why aren't they good enough to have anything to do with running the organization on earth now?
2. How is it that "God's organization" has made more incorrect predictions of the end than any other organization on earth today?
3. How can a doctrine be "the truth" even though a majority of GB members don't believe it and vote to change it?
4. Why has the organization changed its definition of "generation"?
5. Why does "God's organization" say that no one should be forced to remain in a religion against their will when the disfellowshipping policy is designed to do just that?
6. What would happen to a JW who asked any of these questions at a WT study of this topic?