I will try to answer any question that can be answered from the Bible. I cannot answer questions about personal experiences someone may have had,as I was not there. Sometimes these are true; sometimes they are not. It is not my place to speak of that of which I have no knowledge.
I have been one of Jehovah's Witnesses since mid-1979. I actually studied for several years before that, and was rather critical. However, while that is not the wisest course, it did give me insight into the thinking of opposers of true worship.
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In addition to basic education, and some work-related college level courses, I have been on the Theocratic Ministry School since 1978. I have also attended a number of sessions of the Kingdom Ministry School.
My greatest honor is to be a servant of the Most High God, Jehovah, and a preacher of the Good News of his Kingdom under Christ Jesus.
It gives me additional opportunities to share my faith and the hope that I have with others, and perhaps be one through whom Jehovah draws someone into a relationship with him.
Hello Timothy, Why do JW's use the New World Translation instead of the King James Version? We do not use the NWT instead of the KJV — we use both of these and other translations as well
Hello Jean, thanks for asking. My response to your questions is in italicized text. I read the (NWT) Bible then I reads the (KJV) I notice most of the word is missing can you explain to me
Hi Bill: It would depend upon a number of factors; each case is different. In many instances it may well be a conscience matter, while in others it would be a violation of a direct Bible instruction
Sorry about taking so long to get back to you, but my problems are still unresolved. In the case of the Canaanites, we have enough information to know God acted justly. The Bible clearly identifies
First we need to consider the words of Deuteronomy 32:4 - “The Rock, perfect is his activity, For all his ways are justice. A God of faithfulness who is never unjust; Righteous and upright is he.”
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