Just wondering...

by HappyBlessedFree 3 Replies latest watchtower bible

  • HappyBlessedFree

    So for those of you that are Christian, what do you do during the memorial season? For those that have not joined a church, how do you celebrate Passover?

  • Sea Breeze
    Sea Breeze

    Hi Happy,

    There is no "Memorial Season" for Christians. There is a "Resurrection Sunday" (sometimes referred to as Easter) commemorating the day Jesus got up and walked out of a tomb.


  • Tenacious

    I give thanks frequently and often. Our Lord did not say "be sure to do this again on this very night when the sun and moon are in specific positions and on this very day." That's a man-made tradition made up by the governing vermin. We can partake and celebrate the Lord's Supper as often and whenever we wish. Naturally I do it in a serious manner not just a simple meal but a solemn occasion.

    When I stopped attending the "memorial" and demonically but symbolically rejecting Jesus Christ at the Jehovah's Witness Memorial, I would eat the bread and drink the wine at home. Today, as I have come to understand Christian theology I celebrate it more often and whenever I desire.

    God bless.

  • neat blue dog
    neat blue dog

    Ditto what Tenacious said. I can see from what the Bible says that there is no specific night/time requirement, but I do take 'sacrement' if you will annually, privately. As I'm PIMO and need to attend the Memorial, I do have to pass the bread and wine, but I will say a prayer while doing so. It's under duress. Similar to how Naaman had to help his master bow down at his idol because it was his job, but in his heart he wasn't for it.

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