THERE is a proverb that speaks of four things as never being satisfied, as never saying, “Enough.” Sometimes Jehovah’s witnesses, as they listen to congregation servants discuss field service, may think these servants could have been listed as a fifth class that never says, “Enough.” It may seem that they are never satisfied, as they urge better meeting attendance, more home Bible studies and increased door-to-door activity. But this is as it should be. To have servants who say “It is enough” before the work is finished would be disastrous to the congregation. Servants should encourage us to greater activity and urge us to improve our ministry, should keep us from becoming self-satisfied and overconfident. Remember, “let him that thinks he has a firm position beware that he does not fall.”—1 Cor. 10:12, NW; Prov. 30:15, 16.
Here is a meeting where every Jehovah's Witness member is made to believe that the Watchtower Organization equal Jehovah. So when every Jehovah’s Witnesses spend their time, energy, donate money, go out in field service, attend assemblies, volunteer for Bethel and donate their time on Watchtower Society construction projects, they are convinced that they are doing this for Jehovah God.
Because the organization leadership knows that this is the case, they relentlessly ask more of the rank and file in the name of Jehovah. They are bombarded with the feeling that they are never doing enough for Jehovah.
Are you unemployed? Do your teens have summer vacation from school? Well, you should spend some time in field service. Why not volunteer for free labor construction projects that benefit
Jehovah the Watchtower Society!