"By Saturday evening, approdximately 200 volunteers from local congregations had sealed the windows of 91 Witness homes. Many non-Witnesses also benefited. A local newspaper carried a photo of a home worked on by the Witnesses, noting that only one of the eight occupants was one of Jehovah's Witnesses."
"Many non-Witnesses also benefited." That's interesting........HOW did they benefit? The WT doesn't actually write that JW's help fix the windows of non-Witnesses. Just that they "benefited" somehow. We've learned that it's important to actually read the words of the WT.....not what we think they're writing. The WT never stated they physically did repair work for a total non-jw home.
"91 Witness homes." Not 92 or 90? Exactly how many non-Witnesses homes were fixed, since it's known exactly how many jw homes were fixed?? Wouldn't it have been more truthful to state a total amount of homes fixed? Like - *JW's fixed a total amount of homes for jw's and non-jw's of "..............."* Wouldn't that be much more impressive in number than just "91"?
"noting that only one of the eight occupants was one of Jehovah's Witnesses." Why was it necessary to put that in there? Perhaps because it's the only provable time they helped some non-Witnesses? And, as usual, there's no way to try and look in the news......un-named "local newspaper."
"However, the support Jehovah's Witnesses render to one another and to their neighbors bears testimony to the power of true Christianity. Jose' put it well when he said: "Jehovah's organization does not delay in rendering aid to us when we are in need."
This is the concluding statement. Notice the peculiarity? Jehovah's Witnesses act like true Christians (in their opinion) and..............Jehovah's organization helps us (jw's).
Always the organization has the final statement.
And............if Muslims, atheists, Wiccan, Buddhists, do the same -- "support....rendered... to one another and their neighbors".....it's a testimony to the truthful powers of their religions also?