How Would You Help A JW. Recognize They Do Not Have The Truth?

by minimus 32 Replies latest jw friends


    Great question, Believe me, I wish I knew. I do know this though.

    A person MUST be ready to hear the truth before they could possibly accept the truth.

    A person needs to have their own questions first. What questions would have a believing JW question their faith in the WTS? They need doubt that what they took as rock solid has been shaken.

    When ever I read about a former JW coming to their senses, i find different things shake different people.

    I find that rarely is it a doctrinal problem. For example, there are so many biblical references that prove the WTS as a false prophet or at best, very very erroneous interpreters of the faith. To me, if that doesn't make one question, then what would? Then I read about some obscure, almost menial issue that makes one question. I am left scratching my head as to, "How did that little thing make them wake up?"

    I think a person must be ready from their own experiences before they can recognize that they don't have the truth.

    Just my humble opinion.


  • birdchirp

    Slowly plant seeds of doubt until it sprouts into a tree of truth, the TRUE truth and not what the Jehovah's Witnesses falsely say is the truth.

  • eyeuse2badub

    For most JW's, it's not about having "the truth", it's all about being in "the truth"!

    just saying!

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