How can anyone learn the truth from a source that keeps altering it every time they think they can get away with it? Do they even know what "a generation" is? Or, when it started? If they keep changing their doctrines and then expecting everyone to adhere to and teach these doctrines as they are changing, they are a lousy source of interpretation of a book of damnation and lies.
Nor can you obey. Financially, you are not supposed to work beyond the bare minimum, and you are supposed to throw away any extra money you may chance to have. That will leave you with barely enough to get from one day to the next, and that's barring any events that could cost you money. From this state, they expect people to save toward a trip to Israel to do a completely idiotic mission. But, if you can save toward Israel, you could have put that money into the Worldwide Damnation Fund. Go into debt for Israel, and you will have to pay that debt with money that otherwise would have gone into that damnation fund. Chances are good that you will be working longer to pay for that debt, and that disobeys the rule of working less.
I think I can better interpret that book of damnation and lies than any of the Filthful and Disgraceful Slavebugger class can. It is a book of witchcraft to enslave the whole world. That book is so fixated on Israel that, unless you happen to live there, it is of little value to anyone else. And why Israel? Are those in the far North of Europe damned? Or those who happened to live in the Far East, Africa away from northeast Egypt, or the Americas? And the whole theme of that damnation book is how joke-hova is going to pilfer all those other nations to enslave them, and those who offer any resistance will be destroyed or condemned to burn in a fiery pit. Is this the type of book you wish to base your whole existence on?
And those maps are just about worthless. Not only are they badly out of date (even if you are in Tel Aviv today, will those maps help you get around), but for most of us, they are worthless. I would rather have a map of the area where I am in, where I intend to visit or investigate, or where I have been in the past and I might want to revisit that at least online. If I intend to visit, say Perth Mint, a map of the Greater Perth area will be of much higher value than a 2,000 year out of date map of Israel would.