Jehovah is such a magical God. He can make the impossible possible. He will cure all your problems, he will create logic when there is confusion. Just ask Amy.
Amy was married to a brother of the congregation. After the wedding, Amy's husband became very abusive. Amy was on the recieving end of her husband's angry hands. Amy approached the elders, and asked them for help. The elders said "Continue being submissive, and pray to Jehovah for help. He'll find a way!" So Amy looked upon Jehovah and asked him for help. And Jehovah just sat there.
Amy committed suicide.
Little Suzie was getting beat up at school for her belief in Jehovah, the magical God. Little Suzie approached a friend in the congregation and told her about what was happening. Suzie's friend told her "Just pray to Jehovah for help. He'll find a way! He always does!" So little Suzie looked upon Jehovah, and prayed and prayed asking him for help. And Jehovah just sat there.
Little Suzie developed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Johnny was having doubts about Jehovah's Organization. He discovered that the 1914 date was a load of bullshit, and he discovered that Jehovah's Organization was having an affair with the Wild Beast that Babylon the Great sat upon. Johnny approached the elders about his doubts. The elders told Johnny that his spirit is being weakened by apostate teachings. "Pray to Jehovah to strengthen you. Jehovah will find a way". So Johnny looked to Jehovah, and asked him for strength. And Jehovah just sat there.
Johnny is now disfellowshipped from the congregation, and can no longer communicate with his family.
You see? Jehovah is a magical God! He can find a way to make things work out in the end. Jehovah always finds a way!
All characters mentioned in this story are fictional, including Jehovah. However, the experiences exists in daily life of many JWs.