Satan gives jehovahs people a break

by nowwhat? 8 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • nowwhat?

    South Korea now allows conscientious objectors from military obligation. Since the whole world is lying in the power of the wicked one. A tip of the hat to Satan for allowing jahs people freedom to worship! ( never did comprehend how Satan would persecute jws and turn around and help them out)

  • truth_b_known

    The above is a true statement. It has to be. Everything in this system of things is under Satan's control...ecxept the government. Romans 13 says the government is comprised of God's ministers.

    Wait a minute. Isn't that a contradiction?


    Great news for the K-Pop industry! Too many bands are having their careers interrupted!


  • zeb

    good for the individuals; so they can have a life.

    The wt will fund them of course for all the years they have lost.. yes?

  • smiddy3

    Wait a minute. Isn't that a contradiction?

    On the one hand the bible says that the whole world is lying in the power of the wicked one .

    The God of this system of things has blinded the minds of believers

    Satan took Jesus up to a high mountain and offered him all the kingdoms of the world if he did obeisance to him


    And then you have Rom:13 -1 That plainly states that God Jehovah is responsible for Governments of this world and whoever takes a stand against them takes a stand against GOD ,Jehovah .

  • redpilltwice

    Good for them. Did the JW brotherhood write letters or what??

    Oh wait, propably not given the effect of letters in Russia.

  • Earnest

    According to the Yonhap news agency, the conscientious objector involved in the case, Oh Seung-hun, welcomed the ruling, saying he'll try to conduct an alternative form of civil service.

    Oh told reporters : "This verdict was possible thanks to the patience of my predecessors and colleagues totaling some 20,000 people, I hope there will also be forward-looking and positive rulings in about 930 pending cases too."

    Supreme Court officials said lower courts are not officially required to make the same ruling when they handle other cases of conscientious objections, but they are widely expected to do so.

  • Earnest

    The New York Times reported :

    Fifty-eight young men who had been imprisoned for refusing to serve in South Korea’s military were released from prisons across the country on Friday [November 30], after a landmark court ruling that supported the rights of conscientious objectors.

    Fifty-seven of the fifty-eight are Jehovah's Witnesses.

  • zeb

    For the individual young men and their families I am pleased.

    • Was there ever any provision in Korea/ wt thinking for them to do alternative work?

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