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by Roger Kirkpatrick 8 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • Roger Kirkpatrick
    Roger Kirkpatrick

    Dear Neighbor:

    Since the end of the world as we know it is dangerously near, we are writing you to tell you the things your minister has not told you, but which Jehovah’s Witnesses (JW. ORG) want you to know.

    Jesus Christ returned INVISIBLY in the year 1914 C.E. (the start of the “last days”) and proceeded to judge all Christian religions. In 1919 C.E., Jesus personally selected the Watchtower Bible & Tract Society (AKA Jehovah’s Witnesses) as God’s spirit-directed organization to preach the good news of God’s kingdom before God destroys all human governments and false religion in the approaching battle of Armageddon (Matt. 24:14). Therefore, it is imperative that everyone who wishes to avoid destruction by Jehovah at Armageddon must become a Jehovah’s Witness as soon as possible. Admittedly, the Watchtower previously claimed that Armageddon would definitely occur in 1914, then again in 1925. Then it was strongly suggested that it would occur in 1975, when Watchtower officials coined the phrase “stay alive ‘til ’75!” But those were just the predictions of imperfect men. This time, the Governing Body is really, really sure! So, do not hesitate any longer!

    Don’t make the common mistake of reading your Bible without the aid of Watchtower publications because you might draw the erroneous conclusion that Jehovah’s Witnesses are wrong. The Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses is Christ’s “faithful and discreet slave” (Matt. 24:45), and only the Governing Body can accurately interpret the Bible. So, forget everything your minister has taught you, because all religions–except for Jehovah Witnesses–are FALSE religion, and their ministers are actually ministers of Satan who has blinded their eyes. Oh, they may preach that Jesus is the mediator between God and mankind, but they have not told you that Jesus is ONLY the mediator for the 144,000 Christians who are spirit anointed to go to heaven. True, Jesus said that no one comes to the Father except through HIM; but, the only way to JESUS is through the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses, the “faithful and discreet slave!”

    Only 144,000 Christians were given the hope of going to heaven with Jesus (Rev. 14:1). All other Christians who survive Armageddon will enjoy everlasting life on a cleansed paradise earth (Psalms 83:18). Only a small number of those 144,000 spirit anointed Christians remains on earth today, and ALL of them are Jehovah’s Witnesses. They alone should partake of the bread and the wine when commemorating the annual Lord’s Evening Meal.

    Jehovah’s Witnesses believe it is a sin to accept life-saving blood transfusions, because the Bible plainly tells Christians to “abstain from blood.” Admittedly, many scholars say that the only Biblical prohibition regarding blood was against eating the blood of animals which were killed for food. But those scholars are wrong, because the “faithful and discreet slave” has said so! Thousands of Jehovah’s Witness men, women, and children have died for refusing life-saving blood transfusions because only the JW Governing Body can determine what is or is not a matter of conscience, because they speak for Jehovah himself! And, according to the Watchtower, one must be prepared to obey the Governing Body or one’s local elders even if doing so doesn’t make any sense from a strategic or human standpoint. If one dies needlessly by doing so, there is always the resurrection hope for those who die for obeying the JW Governing Body.

    People who leave their family religion and convert to the Jehovah’s Witness religion are often disowned and shunned by their families. Such persecution is only to be expected because Jesus said he came to cause such divisions among families. However, when Jehovah’s Witnesses cut-off and shun family members who leave their religion for conscientious reasons, such as unscriptural Watchtower teachings and practices, it is out of love to help the straying one return to Jehovah. Tearing families apart OUT OF LOVE is encouraged by the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

    Don’t be distracted by all the lawsuits and negative publicity against Jehovah’s Witnesses for failing to report the crimes of pedophile elders, ministerial servants, and pioneers within their congregations, which crimes were never reported to authorities but were kept hidden in secret Watchtower files. Jehovah’s Witnesses are IN the world, but they are not OF the world. As Jehovah’s representatives, they have the right to disobey laws that they deem to be in conflict with Jehovah’s laws. Like the first century Christians, Jehovah’s Witnesses must obey God as ruler rather than men. So, it is okay for JWs to withhold the truth for the purpose of misleading enemies of Jehovah, even if they do so in courts of law after having sworn to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

    Before visiting a Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, be aware that Jehovah’s Witnesses are well-groomed and modestly dressed. Their female “approved associates” wear minimal makeup and jewelry, and choose dresses that show no cleavage and with hemlines below the knee. Their male “approved associates” refrain from wearing beards and tight pants which were designed by homosexuals, according to the “faithful and discreet slave.” Visitors are encouraged to adhere to these guidelines in order to fit in and to avoid receiving judgmental stares from others.

    For further information, please contact your local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

    Have a nice day!

    Your smiling JW neighbors JW. ORG

  • Vidiot

    I gotta say...

    ...this is the most accurate, concise, damning... and above all, funny...

    ...summarization of JWs and the WTS that I've ever read.

    Well done.

  • James Jack
    James Jack

    Fantastic! A billboard might do a lot of good to post this.

  • Billzfan23

    I'm impressed. That was a great summary of the basic beliefs and a good recap of their history.

  • jhine

    I will have it read out on Sunday . I'm emailing my vicar as l type .

    Actually l would like to. It would surprise quite a few of my fellow God botherers . l know that people think that l am sometimes harsh on the WT because not many know that much about the Borg and view them as harmless , if slightly misguided .


  • Vidiot

    I just realized... forgot to work in the fact that JWs don't do any actual charitable work (other than going door-to-door preaching the Good News of the Watchtower), despite the Watchtower having tax-free/charitable status...

    ...with much of the non-taxed donations from the membership funneled into overseas back accounts in places like the Cayman Islands... locations which (purely coincidental) are also used by mobsters, crooked businessmen, and dirty politicians for similar purposes...

    ...or that they denigrate and demonize secular government, security, and legal systems as part of "Satan's World", whist using the religious freedoms and protections of said government, security, and legal systems to advance their agenda, which explicitly includes the denigration and demonization of said secular government, security, and legal systems as part of "Satan's World".

  • nowwhat?

    Good job!

  • LV101

    Excellent letter and addition by Vidiot. If only the "Dear Neighbor" could be printed in the newspapers and online. Hopefully, Reddit and Lloyd Evans' sites can publicize. Should be sent out to all religions, worldwide.

  • Biahi

    Awesome and truthful letter!

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