Is it a GOOD thing to be a sheep, or to be wheat??

by stuckinarut2 6 Replies latest watchtower bible

  • stuckinarut2

    The bible passage at Luke 15 speaks about being a "Sheep who is lost". The shepherd looks for and brings the sheep back into the fold.

    The passage at Matthew 13 speaks about the righteous being like Wheat - kept separate from the weeds.

    BUT, there is an inherent problem with both passages! For what reason are the Sheep saved? For what reason is the Wheat kept separate? TO BE CONSUMED, EATEN OR USED by men!

    The sheep is "saved" only to be exploited for wool - or worse yet - to be EATEN by men.

    The Wheat is grown and kept apart from the weeds to be EATEN as food for men.

    So, is it a good thing to be referred to as these things?

    Just a thought...

  • stuckinarut2

    Further too, the passage at Matthew 13 speaks of the righteous being like "fish". The good fish are "saved". The bad "fish" are thrown back into the sea.

    WHY are the good fish kept??

    To be EATEN! Not exactly something the fish would be happy with!

  • WTWizard

    The "sheep" are to be saved so they can all be enslaved. They will all be rounded up into one of the major cities (there will be 6 million people stacked and packed in each one) so they can be indentured servants under the worst communist conditions (worse than Russia's Siberia--at least then they didn't have electronic tracking that couldn't be defeated. Even worse than the Dark Ages, because they cannot wander off without being found and slaughtered.)

    Everyone else is to be culled, since they are of no use in this agenda. You cannot enslave someone that has high intelligence and will not submit--those are the ones that might wander out of the city, travel some 100 kilometers out of bounds, and defy the reptilian race and their master joke-hova. So, they will simply be eliminated.

  • smiddy3


    LOL though it`s oh so true every living thing on this planet keeps living by devouring some other living thing whether it`s on land sea or in the air.

    And it has always been the case from time immemorial

  • venus

    All symbols are like traffic lights--red, amber, green. They convey some specific messages. Sheep & goat, and wheat and weed are contrasted like the humble and the proud are contrasted. These are to be seen in their essence, not in details.

  • smiddy3

    All christian religions interpret scriptures as to what they want to believe the scripture to mean..

    And not what the scripture`s actually say ..

    And that explains why their are over 40,000 different Christian sects in the world today

    And JW`s are no different from Christendom in this regard .

  • Chook
    The GBs lunch menu ,lamb sandwich anybody

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