STUDY ARTICLE 6
Do You Trust in Jehovah’s Way of Doing Things?
15 As the end of this system of things draws near, we need to trust in Jehovah’s way of doing things as never before. Why? During the great tribulation, we may receive instructions that seem strange, impractical, or illogical. Of course, Jehovah will not speak to us personally. He will likely provide direction through his appointed representatives. That will hardly be the time to second-guess the direction or to view it with skepticism, wondering, ‘Is this really coming from Jehovah, or are the responsible brothers acting on their own?’ How will you fare during that crucial time in human history? The answer might be indicated by how you view theocratic direction now. If you trust the direction we receive today and readily obey, you will likely do the same during the great tribulation.—Luke 16:10.
This paragraph is another way the Watchtower Society use fear mongering to control their members. They slide this paragraph in to show that Jehovah only speaks to the Governing body when the great tribulation rolls around, no matter how strange, impractical, or illogical their instructions will be.
The whole article really shows its true colors on, ''not what Jehovah wants'' but ''what what the Governing Body want'' today. Everything is cleverly disguised using Jehovah's name, not the Governing Body. Mind controls at its finest!
Jehovah's Governing Body way of doing things according to this article?
Even those of us who have been in the truth for many years must never lose sight of the fact that Jehovah’s way of doing things is always best.
The more we learn about Jehovah and his standards, the more we develop trust in his judgments. Even if a Bible account raises questions that we cannot answer at present, we know more than enough about our God to be certain that he “is righteous in all his ways.”
Nevertheless, Jehovah is not obliged to explain himself to us. As our Creator, he does not need our approval, either before or after he acts.—
We show that we trust in Jehovah’s way of doing things by heeding the direction we receive from the organization and the elders.
For example, in recent years many congregations and circuits have been reorganized. In some cases, the elders have asked publishers to support a different congregation with a view to making the best use of the seating capacity in our Kingdom Halls. If we are asked to join a new congregation, we may find it difficult to leave friends and family.
We do well to remember that disfellowshipping is Jehovah’s arrangement and that it benefits the congregation and may benefit the wrongdoer.