Jehovah provides guidance in the publications and in programs from the faithful slave!

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  • stumbledbyothers

    This past weeks watchtower study, reminds us that Jehovah provides guidance in the publications and in programs from faithful slave! Now you hear from the platform that God has given us JW Broadcasting and

    Lets see: Thought WT says they have no special connection to God, nor special knowledge, they get no extra holy spirit, Gods thoughts higher than mans???

    No mention of Jesus as head, I guess he is to busy to be involved in the publications. Amazing how WT puts the Creator of the Universe on the level of humans.

    I’m sure you see other issues with things in this paragraph.

    Feb 2019- STUDY ARTICLE 7

    Seek Meekness and Please Jehovah

    18 We will make better decisions. When we face difficult choices in life, Jehovah will help us make good decisions​—but only if we are meek. He promises that he will hear “the request of the meek.” (Ps. 10:17) And he will do more than hear our request. The Bible promises: “He will guide the meek in what is right, and he will teach the meek ones his way.” (Ps. 25:9) Jehovah provides that guidance in the Bible and in publications * and through programs produced by “the faithful and discreet slave.” (Matt. 24:45-47) We must do our part by humbly acknowledging that we need help, by studying the material Jehovah supplies, and by submissively applying what we learn.

  • The Fall Guy
    The Fall Guy

    Jehovah provides that guidance in the.....publications and through.....“the faithful and discreet slave.”

    Tragic that so many of us never saw through the org's cult-language sooner!

  • ToesUp

    We're not inspired but Jah provides guidance in WT publications? Okay...more WT double speak. People just blindly follow. A true sign that you are part of a cult.

  • nowwhat?
    Too easy! Boy, is that some low hanging fruit!
  • Tenacious

    Classic charlatans.

    Classic con men.

    The programming is already in the subconscious so even though many will hear this double-speak they'll still agree with it.

    That's why the leaders require everyone go through the book study phase, meeting attendance, AND THEN be allowed to be baptized. They need to "train their mind" to blindly obey. They can't well afford someone getting wise to their con game.

    They know they can't convert anyone the way Christ clearly did. The way Paul did and other apostles did as well. It was a spontaneous conversion.

  • blondie

    Actually, the WTS teaches that god only teaches his true people through the WTS publications and other teaching events in their organization. Studying the bible is not enough. You must go through them.

  • sir82

    To be fair, "programs" is sufficiently vague that it could also plausibly be used to describe the content of JW assemblies & conventions. Not necessarily just "internet TV programs".

    On the other hand, the thought that "Jehovah" would have anything to do with the manipulative propaganda spewing out of Warwick / Patterson in any form is at least sacrilegious if not outright blasphemy.

  • Finkelstein

    Since many of the doctrines the WTS/JWS make are against bible Scripture, the organization must spirit directed from Satan, the father of the lie and great deceiver.

    Jesus instructed his followers to screen and evaluate the teachings and sayings of men to see if they are from him, if not then his true faithful ones are not to listen to these men.

    Its more import to be loyal to Jesus then men who say they are being guided by Jehovah's holy spirit.

  • Finkelstein

    You cant be righteously clean in the eyes of Jesus and be a practicing JWS, an obviously false prophet organization run by sinning false Prophets/profits.

  • Gorbatchov

    God gave us the Apple TV.


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