JOB 42 : 16

by brandnew 15 Replies latest jw friends

  • stuckinarut2

    How many generations does it take to change a lightbulb?

    1 or 4 or 1 or 4...Ah it doesn't matter, cos we will just receive a "new light" instead....

  • brandnew

    O G thays all be like chillin n shiiiii.....

    That shii wuz fuuuuuuuu nnnny 😂😂😂😂

  • prologos

    Job's kids were a bad generation illustration, because they did not overlap, but came in two distinct groups. the first were all killed in that wind attack by satan, and the second one born later, after Job recovered from that skin disease. but you never know, the future gb might use the 'patience ofJob's story' to show that a man's generation does not have to overlap, but friends:

    just be patient

  • NewYork44M
    When Splane was splainin about the generation he mentioned what his "favorite" scripture was. Did anyone ask what is 2nd favorite scripture was? Perhaps there is only one and his comments alluded to something that does not exist.
  • truthlover

    Jesus spoke of "THIS" generation -- no plurality, not "THESE" generations.....and if the rumor mill is smoking about two more younger GB being "Appointed" then they have no real date for end of system, it can go on for years and long as they "KEEP APPOINTIN"..... Only Jesus description in Matthew tied in with Revelation can inidcate what we are living in/ through

    It really throws out their "new light" from the 2012 Annual Meeting notes - where they say there is no hole in the ceiling where the New light comes from but a bunch of guys sitting in a boardroom and the scriptures sitting in file drawers just waiting to be tied in with so called current events as they unfold -- no great spiritual revelation for these guys, They said back in 07 QTR they are nothing special and that those who study the Bible can have as much holy spirit as they do.... makes sense to me, but then the circular reasoning goes into effect in the WT that makes them special again.... prophets my a........

  • SAHS
    The number of “generations” and how long they can be, at least according to the GB, will always make it such that their little numbers game will keep going on in perpetuity, or at least as long as there will continue to be “sheep,” at least in the poor third-world counties, who would be willing to lap up this overlapping generational nonsense. Let’s just hope that the efforts of worldly agencies to provide Internet access to all those folks in rural Africa continue. We need everybody to see factual and eye-opening Web sites like this one – which should put a stop to the influx of poor and ignorant “sheep” into the WTS’ greedy clutches.

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