I have just posted elsewhere that there is no destiny for a JW other than to be deluded or disappointed, perhaps deluded or disillusioned would be a better expression. There is no such thing as Armageddon, no such thing as everlasting life, paradise is a mirage of wish fulfillment.
A friend of mine who is nominally a JW but who does not believe a word of it, told me about the dying words of another friend's father. This man had been a lifelong stalwart JW and reared an exemplary JW dynasty but as he died he told his super zealous son that it (the JW religion) has got it all wrong.
Ok, it's a social club for the majority of witnesses and an identity for those without self worth or clear goals in life, they will swallow the inconsistencies and Biblical absurdities because it is in their community interests to conform. Forget the lack of logic; an identity and friends are more important.
At the end of our own lives we might look back over what we did; who is going to say that the best thing they ever did was to join the JW org? Surely the only beneficiaries of the cult are its leaders?
Is it true then that the only destiny of all JWs is either delusion or disillusionment?