I cannot say how I got this info. But this “anointed” sister was talking with my “friend” and me over the phone.
My “friend” informed me that she was an “anointed” sister and she was thrilled that she was calling us.
My “Friend” told me this “Anointed” sister and her husband spent their lives working at bethel and that is how they met. When they got married they had to reapply to Bethel, but when they reapplied Bethel told them they were too old (her husband is 92 I have no clue how old she is) so they lost their positions in bethel and are now special pioneers.
Anyhow this “Anointed” sister and her hubbie go to all these international conventions and things at Bethel. So when she called she was so excited to relate to us the experience she had at Patterson.
She told us that the faithful and discreet slave decided they needed to do something for the young people and older people at Bethel and that everybody was aloud to invite a friend or two to come.
They threw a large (the “Anointed” sister described it as a) “Broadway Production” With all sorts of brothers and sisters performing their talents (who some of them had been masters at them) that they had given up to work at bethel.
Each person preformed for the crowed and then told about Bethel experiences and why they gave up their talents to work there.
The one experience I remember the most that stuck with me that she talked about was this elderly gentleman who (I guess bethel thought he was getting to old) lost his position at bethel.
It effected this poor man so much that he and his wife cried every single night after he lost his position at Bethel and he became depressed and he was afraid he was going to have a heart attack and die. But “he stuck with Jehovah” and was appointed with a new task at Bethel (hmmm sounds fishy isn’t he too old???). I guess during the intermission people were so happy they all sung a kingdom song.
Then there was this puppet show done with clay puppets projected on a screen so they looked life size. The play was about a group of young people out on service, they knocked on almost every door on the street but nobody was home no body answered a single door.
Then they came upon a dog caught in a fence or something like that and they went to the door of the house and knocked and knocked until somebody answered but the lady just slammed the door in their faces before they could even tell her anything so they just left and kept on going.
Then they met this girl and she asked them what was the purpose of life? Which they left her some “bible based literature”.
The play ended with a fire truck running down the street and all the people coming out of their homes to see what was happening so everybody was at home they just didn’t want to hear the “Truth” of Jah’s word.
Then this sister said how they had the Hawaiian sisters come out and danced.
She didn’t say what kind of dance but I assume it was the “pagan” hula because she described their hand movements. Well the whole thing made me all shaky and sickish feeling.
Just thought I'd tell you guys because maybe some of you heard about this thing too?
I guess they are going to be having these shows twice a year 3 shows a night.
Let me know if you guys know anything more?
Oh my "friend" Dose not know yet that I have Decided not to be a Jehovah's Wittness.