As we progress through the brochure, we've gone past the deception of the introduction and now comes "Will You Benefit?"
Page 19 reads:
The crucial question is, Are we making the needed adjustments in order to be counted worthy to be a part of that "new earth" under the "new heavens"?
If you believed Watchtower theology you would believe that God accepts you only if you do works for him. On this basis you can never know if God will accept you. No wonder that dubs are never sure of their salvation. What a terrible plight they are in, not knowing where they stand with God, never knowing if they're good enough, constantly feeling guilty.
It could well be said that for a dub he/she is only as good as their last Field Service Report!
Yet that isn't what the Bible teaches. The Bible teaches that God calls his own, not because of anything they have done.
"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose." (Romans 8:28)
The brochure continues the longheld teaching of the WTS that only works, i.e. hours in field service, right up to the end of one's life will give you any chance of a resurrection to life.