Paradise. That is what we lived for, taught, as witnesses. But, had that day come, what the hell would we have done?
No more door to door work. No more talks about it, nor reading magazines and books telling us to go out and do more.
Would there have been meetings? Who would the public talk have been for? Now that there was no more service, what use would the service meeting be?
Would we still have to do personal study?
Chances are we would still have to worry about our fellow witnesses. There would still be imperfection for another 1,000 years, and many of our fellow brothers and sisters might become worldly between now and then.
Oh, thats right. We would have to teach the good news to all the resurrected ones. But then, how could you tell the difference? How would you know if they were a brother or not? Seems like it might become a worldly place to live in.
And then think about all the gossip, about how after the 1,000 years, and the big test when Satan gets out. Oh, brother so in so, never got the truth in his heart. Satan got to him.
What about after that when everyone would be perfect, and all servents of Jehovah. Then what? Would we still have gotten together for bible games, to keep our theocratic thoughts pure?
Would we still have to be chaparoned on dates? We would be perfect then.
Has this been thought through? Do the witnesses really have all the answers?