3 hours ago
I find it difficult to believe that any one of you were once a part of the Christian Congregation.
God hears your prayers as well as what you write on the internet. Think before you write.
It's not so difficult to understand when you realize that like you, many of us began searching the internet when we realized that we weren't getting real answers at the Kingdom Hall. Some of us (me) had children or parents who died because of the blood issue. Some have lost all of their friends and family simply because they stopped going to the meetings. Others were unfairly disfellowshipped or were told to put our lives on hold and wait for a world ending event that never arrived. Like you however, we took heed of the Bible's admonition to keep testing our faith. Like you, we disobeyed the orders of those claiming to be commissioned by Jehovah to lead his people and we began communicating with other seekers. Like you, we saw that there are real answers and real evidence to be had and people who are willing to share what they've learned. That's why like you, even though it was frightening to be learning that our faith was based on untruths, we keep visiting this site, even though we were sternly warned not to do so.
Continue to convince yourself that ignoring your leaders orders not to visit websites like this, is ok. Continue rationalizing to yourself that you are the one exception to their rule about this and stick around here to see what you can learn. Remember though, as you said, Jehovah (if he exists) sees that you are visiting this site and he sees you disobeying the orders you were given, not to do so.
If you do keep visiting this site and if you must dispense advice and warnings to us, try to use your own thoughts and ideas rather than parrot what you've read in the latest Watchtower. We can smell Watchtower speak, a mile away. Remember that most of us (unlike yourself) are not Jehovah's Witnesses. Remember that in the eyes of the organization you are worse than us because you are pretending to be a true believer and someone who obeys the Governing Body. Unless you can openly admit to your congregation that you are engaging in discussions on sites like this, it could be said that, you in a sense, are a wolf in sheep's clothing.