During the great tribulation, Gog of Magog’s forces may try to assault us in our homes. But we can take comfort in knowing that Jesus and his angels are aware of what is happening and will defend us (See paragraph 13)
13. When Gog of Magog attacks, why will we appear to be vulnerable, but what reason for confidence will we have? (See cover picture.)
13 In the near future, our trust in Jehovah’s ability to protect us will be put to the test. When Gog of Magog, a coalition of nations, attacks God’s people, our lives will appear to be in danger. We will need to be convinced that Jehovah can and will deliver us. To the nations, we will seem like defenseless sheep with no one to protect us. (Ezek. 38:10-12) We will be unarmed, untrained in warfare. The nations will see us as easy targets. They will not see what we see with our eyes of faith—a host of angels camped all around God’s people, ready to defend us. How could the nations see them? They have no spiritual vision. What a surprise is in store for them when the heavenly armies come to our aid!—Rev. 19:11, 14, 15.
This illustration shows a Jehovah's Witness family at home studying the Bible. Little do they know that a police/military force is about to smash in their doors and assault /arrest the family because they are God's holy people. God's angel are aware of this event and will defend the family and come to their aid.
My questions to this silly scenario : Who will have the list of all Jehovah's Witnesses and their home addresses? Where are they brought after being arrested/killed? What will the angels do to prevent harm to ''God's people'' before and after this event? Why can't the angels attack the ''coalition of nations'' before they arrive at the door?
Lao Tzu said:
“There is no illusion greater than fear.”