Will "Ex-Jehovah's Witnesses" threaten the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society with Violence?
NO! Ex-witnesses will reveal, and expose, and remain neutral in their stance against the false teachings of the Watchtower.
Unlike the Watchtower Society, who have recently published literature condemning ex-members as "apostates", and labeling them as "mentally diseased", and prone to "infect" others, as though their reasons for leaving Jehovah's Witnesses caused a physical disease, and unlike the WTBTS, who has portrayed their elders as having the responsibility like Jeremiah, of "slaughtering" apostates,
Ex, witnesses are humbly waiting on the Lord Jesus Christ to exact punishment on the sect of the Watchtower, and all whom follow it.
How do the JW's feel about our position of "neutrality"? relieved?
Are they so corrupt in their thinking, that they do not fear the REAL arrival of Jesus?
Yes Ben...I am very unhappy, that so many loving, but misled men and women will be devoted to Jesus' telling them; "Get away from Me, you workers of lawlessness".
Yes, I will be happy if even one more of you awakes to the love of the Christ.
Moses...the scriptures you have listed were dictated to you by the demons...the 1000 years will not be as the Watchtower claims.
Your strength is only in cutting and pasting what you are told to believe, under threat of expulsion if you challenge those teachings...
The difference between what you believe, and what Christians believe, is that Christians LIVE what they believe...start living Moses, start asking questions of your captors.
Moses, you would understand if you ever read the scriptural proof we have given here, and worldwide.
Your eyes, ears, and mouth are shut up, a deaf and dumb spirit has your life.
We have shown you the truth through Jesus, and you cannot see...yet.
How can anyone fear a false prophet?
The strength of the words of the WTS, has been nullified, by their false, and blasphemous teachings.
Love is the answer, not shunning and hate, not a money hungry magazine company.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
I get two different versions from the scriptures you had quoted.Psalms 37:11 talks about MEEK ONES THEMSELVES WILL POSSESS THE EARTH and it means all the un rightoues will be dead or will be no more.While the acts 24:15 says about the RIGHTEOUS AND THE UN RIGHTEOUS BEING RESSURECTED and it means un righteous persons being living in the new world.How can both happen?
How can this be?explain to me since you all say you have holy spirit and guided by Jehovah and Jesus.There is even claim that even angels guide you during field service.if you are a JW ask your guiding angel.
perhaps you may even ask help from Russel,Ruterford and Knorr and they may know the answers since they are currently sitting with Jesus.
Here is a famous quote from Thomas Jefferson
Fix reason firmly in her seat, and call to her tribunal every fact, every opinion. Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear.
Bro Danman I had learned lots of things here especially about the cults association with UN,Rand cam,Malawi,Mexico,Pedophiles etc.
All your efforts are not in vain.we are helping the JW's to see the other side of the cult which they can't do on their own.Source(s): Long experience in the dooms day American cult.
- BarbaraLv 44 years ago
Some have an ax to grind, others may be well meaning. You will find the term "Watchtower Bible Tract Society" on the publications and so some that are familiar with our literature but are not JW's may use the term. Other well meaning people that are familiar with Jehovah's Witnesses may use the term also. You would have to look at the context (or hear the context in which it is spoken) to discern what the motive of the person using the term "Watchtower Bible Tract Society" is. With some you can tell rather quickly whether their motive is positive or negative.
- danmanLv 68 years ago
Moses is trying, got to give him credit for cut and paste that at least separates the paragraphs.
Seriously though, his response gives allot of insight into Watchtower group think. Those eleven 11 scriptures he refers to do not prove a single thing Moses asserts.
Jumping from Psalms (poetry, songs, praises, hopes) to Isaiah (prophecy directed to Israel) to
Acts (words uttered to those with the hope of life in heaven) only proves that Jehovah's Witnesses do not read context of the scriptures they use to "prove" their interpretations.
Moses actually inferring that by the sheer weight of 11 scriptural references it all has to be true is naive and displays a completely gullible mindset.
If only jw like Moses would see with their own eyes of common sense, that the jw leaders interpret the bible just like every other religion throughout history, they might actually stop and reflect on what you are asking.
The fact is we ex-jw have tried and tried to give scriptural rebuttal, personal observations and experiences, coupled with reference after reference of serious error's made by Watchtower leadership old and new, yet because jw minds are so afraid, so fearful of the 'apostates'. they fold under the pressure.
Right now the organization is tightening the reigns on the jw membership. In fact in the May issue of the Watchtower we ex-members are satanized, reviled, and in no uncertain terms the jw now have been told for a second time, not to even address anyone who is a former member. Some of the new jw are already gathering 'the brothers' together to obey their cult masters. Sad to watch this all unfold right here on YA.
@Probably should try to address your question. NO ex-jw will not do, or even threaten violence against the Watchtower. What we will do is continue to reveal all the lies, error, and arrogant interpretations of scripture. Every day over 200 jw are disfellowshiped, every day many will come to see just how duped they were.
Is it any wonder why the 7 old men in New Jersey are deathly frightened of us? Who really are the weak, fearful, and pitiable followers of god or is it in fact MEN?
@@ toml....I know many of us here are simply concerned over family members still inside the walls. Maybe just maybe something we say will help them to peek out over the edge of the towers and see what really is going on inside, is no where near real truth. Ever notice how ex-jw apostates refrain from ever telling jw that they are from the devil, or mentally diseased? Yet jw throw such expressions about us on a daily basis. Just maybe someone is helped by what our experience has been inside the cult.
- Anonymous8 years ago
When a person becomes a born again believer without having been in a cult previously they seem to become somewhat self-righteous and holier than thou. There are many people who call themselves Christians and have a very unhealthy attitude towards those who don't know Christ. This is sad because they really give true believers a very hard obstacle to overcome because they really don't reflect the nature of Jesus.
I think when you come out of a cult and find Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior you are truly changed in your heart and that's the source of true Christianity. This person doesn't just learn ABOUT Jesus, they have a true experience that changes them from the inside out. I think these people are truly soooooooo grateful for salvation that they will evangelize much more sincerely than those who "think" they are saved. People who come out of cults or have a really radical salvation, like me, wants others to have what we've found. That's what loving one another is all about.
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- 6 years ago
November 5 2017
- Anonymous8 years ago
When the Jehovah's Witnesses accept Jesus in their heart, they will finally understand the true meaning of the Word and live forever in Heaven with Him.
Jesus has CO-RULERS? LOL! It is amazing what the Jehovah's Witnesses believe.
- truthbearerLv 78 years ago
They say they use Scripture...OK, show me one verse which teaches that Jesus has CO-RULERS.
That is not in the true Scripture (don't know about their false version)...but Jesus did not teach such a thing.
Neither did he teach being given another chance at salvation, AFTER OUR DEATH.
His word says, TODAY IS THE DAY OF SALVATION...TODAY IS THE ACCEPTED TIME.
there is no other. It is deception, from a heartless, money-hungry mob, who cares not one thing for the souls of their SLAVES.
the slaves are the ones running from door to door, but not getting one thing in return for all that work.Source(s): KJV truth
- James OLv 78 years ago
I know a number of Ex JWs and none has ever threatened t WTS or JWs with violence
- Anonymous8 years ago
Below is what JWs believe...We haven't seen any ex JWs proving is incorrect.
Under the rule of Jesus Christ and his heavenly corulers, peace and happiness will prevail in all the earth. (Psalm 37:9-11) Those in God's memory will be resurrected and will enjoy perfect health. (Acts 24:15) By their faithfulness to God, obedient mankind will be granted what our original parents lost—everlasting life in human perfection on a paradise earth.—Revelation 21:3, 4.
In the Bible book of Isaiah, we get a preview of what life will be like in the Paradise earth. No inhabitant of Paradise will say, "I am sick." (Isaiah 33:24) Animals will pose no danger to man. (Isaiah 11:6-9) People will build beautiful homes and inhabit them and will plant crops and eat to satisfaction. (Isaiah 65:21-25) Moreover, God "will actually swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will certainly wipe the tears from all faces."—Isaiah 25:8.
PROVE IT...Don't talk....prove it using the bible...not your opinion....we used 11 quotes from the bible....if is false use the bible to explain it.
- Who's thereLv 48 years ago
Haha you sound unhappy