Elders face the Lion of Self-Abuse

by Watchtower-Free 11 Replies latest social humour

  • Watchtower-Free
  • fulltimestudent
    Poor sex-starved buggers!
  • ttdtt
    WTH? Where is this from?
  • Giordano
    You know the WT is 100% right........ using a lion!
      During a mating bout lions have sex 20 to 40 times a day for a couple of days.

        ... "Oral sex" occurs as fore play-female lions may lick and rub the male's genitals. ...

        And Bible thumpers who created the lion? I see new light a head.

        Lions in captivity self abuse.
  • Esse quam videri
    Esse quam videri
    9 In his attempts to hinder God’s purpose, Satan shows himself to be vicious in yet another way. A famished lion feels no pity for its prey. It feels no compassion before the kill and experiences no remorse afterward. In a similar way, Satan has shown no pity for those whom he tries to devour. For example, think about how often Satan the Devil must have been lurking somewhere when the Israelites succumbed to such sins as sexual immorality and greed. When you read about the tragic consequences that befell immoral Zimri and greedy Gehazi, for instance, can you “see” the roaring lion reveling in his conquest?—Num. 25:6-8, 14, 15; 2 Ki. 5:20-27.
  • Watchtower-Free
  • elderINewton
    I remember about 3 years ago the co have a talk to elders and servants stressing the need to stay away from porn. He also stated that porn was the number one cause of servants and elders stepping down or being removed.
    At the time I looked at this guy and said well he sure isn't getting any.
  • ctrwtf
    At least both of his hands are in plain sight.
  • brandnew
    LIONS ROCK !!!!!!!!!😈
  • Muddy Waters
    Muddy Waters

    Esse, would you mind also posting paragraph 10 from that WT article referenced in the photo?

    Paragraph 9, thank you. It reads so badly, such florid, purple prose! Just look at the adjectives and adverbs: "... hinder... vicious, famished... no compassion, no remorse, no pity... devour... lurking... succumb... tragic... immoral, greedy..."

    And the climactic, alliterated statement: "... the roaring lion, revelling in his conquest."


    Such nice images for children in the audience.

    Stupid Watchtower.

    We should make an adverb/adjective game, using WT paragraphs. The most vicious, violent, angry words in a single paragraph wins.

    I now wonder at the challenge to find the most loving, kind, soothing and comforting adjectives/adverbs in a single paragraph...?

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