"Jehovah will satisfy all our desires in the new system!" Are you sure about that?

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  • DesirousOfChange

    "Jehovah will satisfy all . . . desires . . ."

    Image result for new open grave site

    The dead know nothing.......

  • Half banana
    Half banana

    Nowwhat, surely the point is that JWs are taught that everything will be fine in the Pollyanna-panda-petting- paradise. Even if you have lost your whole family, the delusion is that you don't need to worry because God will make you immune to grief, stress, anxiety, depression etc, this is part of the fantasy JW package. But you must not think too deeply about it in case you find it flawed and leave the religion.

  • backstreets

    Ether you are part of the problem or you are part of the solution. Ether you are part of true worship or you are a part of Babylon The Great. People need to make a choice while there is a choice to make. It's no fun facing up to reality, but..."the time left is reduced."

  • stillin

    Backstreets, why do we have to be a part of the solution or a part of the problem? I don't want to cause anybody any problems. But I sure don't know what the solution is. Why so black and white?

  • Nathan Natas
    Nathan Natas

    I think it is a superb irony that the New World Society never offered FREE LUNCHES during their assemblies

    "Yes, chillun, at one time the Dubs did serve food at fat-ass-emblies, but it weren't never free; it was a source of revenue! Be good, chillun, or Jehovah gonna kick your ass!"

    ...seeing how they expect a 24/7/365 garden party to be provided to Armageddon survivors by Almighty Jehovah, ever-so-grateful for their worship.

  • Diogenesister

    Oooo you touched a nerve with that one Now what!The dub trolls have given you 2 dislikes!

  • Nathan Natas
    Nathan Natas

    Nowhat?, in the scenario you've painted, let's say Bill dies in 2525. His wife will die sometime later - let's say 2530, and his kids sometime after that - lets say 2535.

    The Watchtower taught a "LIFO" (last-in, first-out) resurrection back in the late 1960s. This would assure that Bill's kids would be resurrected first, then Bill's wife, then Bill.

    What a loving imaginary scenario the Universal Sovereign has provided!


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