I converted to Jehovah's witnesses. Ask me anything

I converted to Jehovah's witnesses.

Ask me anything

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    hey, brother, you again
    hope we get a nice thread like last time

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Hey brother! Yes hopefully!

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How hard is it to marry amongst them?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      We take seriously Paul’s advice to marry “only in the Lord” (1 Corinthians 7:39).

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why in the world did you join that cult ran by a circle of smarmy alcoholics?

    Ex-JW, jw.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Of all Christcuckoldry, JWs are by and far some of the most disingenuous and evil. Plus, >not paranormal

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Actually, Jehovah’s Witnesses practice a religion that benefits themselves and others in the community.

      For example, our ministry has helped many people to overcome harmful addictions, such as the abuse of drugs and alcohol. In addition, we conduct literacy classes around the world, helping thousands learn to read and write. And we are actively involved in disaster relief.

      We work hard to have a positive impact on others, just as Jesus commanded his followers to do.—Matthew 5:13-16.

      why? are you moronic?

      Because Jehovah’s Witnesses strive to adhere to the form of Christianity that Jesus taught and that his apostles practiced.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why? are you moronic?

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My grandfather was a founding Elder in the jehovie Jupiter cult. Rt I can answer questions better than larping OP

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What are you talking about anon? Share more.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Jehovies are a silly Jupiter cult (They worship Jove)

        not sure what else youre like shared? My gramps died of a convenient heart attack just before hammering out life insurance details with his recently divorced wife (Grandma) before I was born by about a year and a half. He literally had a heart attack in the diner as they were talking. 54 years old.

        His previous policy had lapsed that same month due to the divorce proceedings.

        He was an accountant for the large dog and horse racing tracks on the Gulf coast. Very rich up until he died. His son (my father) had to work construction since 15 years old so the money didnt last.

        Oh and their $400,000 Houston suburbian home just outside of Humble, TX where Exxon was founded (1970's money) burned to the ground. Freak electrical fire they said. Gramps sold the house, sold his stake at the firm he worked in and bought a cattle ranch on previous family land that he purchased from his father (my great grandfather). Things were going well until about three years in when a devastating respiratory disease (c. albicans most likely culprit) destroyed his herd. He spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on all the medicines, vaccines, everything and nothing worked. After about three years he had to sell the farm due to the decimated herd and the family life went to shit (i think - i get only vague stories from this time from my great grandma who i learnt was a southern baptist protestant Rainbow girl, which is female freemasonry.)

        He went back to work in Houston after his seperation and was divorced shortly after in the early 80s. He died early 1984. Kinda wish I got to know him at all.

        I speculate but I think he was killed due to cooking lots of books for lots of mob bosses.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    serious question, why? it couldn't possibly be theological reasons, like i could talk for hours about how dumb and incoherent they are. i'm sure you've heard about how cult-ey they are as well, how they explicitly will tear your family members from you for something as small as having a theological disagreement or joining a different church (EXTREMELY un-christlike)

    so like, why? im not even a christian but there's so many better, more theologically sound, more beautiful, and less genuinely frightening ways to worship god. i don't understand why you'd pick THAT one specifically? its like the diet version of becoming a scientologist today.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Which religion bases all its teachings on God’s Word, honors God’s name, and proclaims God’s Kingdom as mankind’s only hope? Which group practices love and shuns war? What do you think?

      I have found only one group which has presented absolute evidence of truly being Christian: Jehovah's Witnesses!

      This is the testimony of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:9-11; Galatians 5:19-22).

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Which religion bases all its teachings on God’s Word, honors God’s name, and proclaims God’s Kingdom as mankind’s only hope? Which group practices love and shuns war? What do you think?

        literally every branch of christianity claims to do this. most aren't very good at practicing what they preach, but there's some good ones out there

        >I have found only one group which has presented absolute evidence of truly being Christian

        can you expand on this evidence? if you have actual evidence supporting your claims that would be very interesting.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          When you compare two religions who both claim to be Christian you must use Scriptural evidence to identify the true Christians.
          These evidences are not complicated!

          Scriptures say true worshipers could be identified in at least three main ways: Love, Truth (John 4:23; 17:17), and Fruitage (Matthew 7:16).
          Conversely, by these we can also identify the false.

          The True religion would be primarily known for it's love toward all (John 13:34,35; 1 John 3:10-12; 4:7, 8). This would include their enemies (Matthew 5:44-48; Romans 12:17-20; 1 Peter 2:21-23; 3:8- 9).
          It would not participate in or condone carnal war (2 Corinthians 10:3,4; Isaiah 2:4).

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Oh, it's just a shitty bot that's repeating itself now. Nothing to see here, move along, move along...

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What would your congregation say if they knew you were posting on /x/?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They would quote Acts 1:8 which says "You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        you know they wouldn't, brother, I'm first post and the same anon that in your first thread about this warned you to leave this site, I'll not warn you again because let's face it I'm here too and that would be hypocrisy, but you know they wouldn't see with good eyes we being here

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You are talking about your congregation, not mine. Not all have the same point of view

          Jehovies are a silly Jupiter cult (They worship Jove)

          not sure what else youre like shared? My gramps died of a convenient heart attack just before hammering out life insurance details with his recently divorced wife (Grandma) before I was born by about a year and a half. He literally had a heart attack in the diner as they were talking. 54 years old.

          His previous policy had lapsed that same month due to the divorce proceedings.

          He was an accountant for the large dog and horse racing tracks on the Gulf coast. Very rich up until he died. His son (my father) had to work construction since 15 years old so the money didnt last.

          Oh and their $400,000 Houston suburbian home just outside of Humble, TX where Exxon was founded (1970's money) burned to the ground. Freak electrical fire they said. Gramps sold the house, sold his stake at the firm he worked in and bought a cattle ranch on previous family land that he purchased from his father (my great grandfather). Things were going well until about three years in when a devastating respiratory disease (c. albicans most likely culprit) destroyed his herd. He spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on all the medicines, vaccines, everything and nothing worked. After about three years he had to sell the farm due to the decimated herd and the family life went to shit (i think - i get only vague stories from this time from my great grandma who i learnt was a southern baptist protestant Rainbow girl, which is female freemasonry.)

          He went back to work in Houston after his seperation and was divorced shortly after in the early 80s. He died early 1984. Kinda wish I got to know him at all.

          I speculate but I think he was killed due to cooking lots of books for lots of mob bosses.

          >Schizo babble

          https://i.imgur.com/vnNv2rU.jpeg

          You'd witness Jehova correctly by knowing He is Jesus.
          Yahwey means 'I AM'.
          Jesus:
          - before Abraham was. I AM (and they attempt to stone Him due to the blasphemy of taking Gods name)
          - (walking in water during the storm) fear not, I AM
          - (to the guards that come arrest Him) I AM (and they fall to the ground on their asses.)
          - (to the synedrium) I AM, and i shall come in the clouds, etc (and they acuse Him of blasphemy)
          And moore! I AM the truth ant the light, I AM this, and that.
          https://catholicomics.wordpress.com/13-i-am-%f0%9f%94%a5/

          Also the bible was made by the Church, if you abide by it you already accept the authority of the Church.

          I think The Living Bible puts it very nicely. The israeli leaders complaint that Jesus was too young to have seen Abraham, and Jesus answered:

          “The absolute truth is that I was in existence before Abraham was ever born!”

          We understand that that is the point of his answer: he had seen Abraham because he existed even before Abraham. And I think that this is by far the most natural way to understand this verse.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            c'mon, stop fooling yourself, you know the point of view not only is the same in all congregation but it must be the same, that is the backbone of our organization, an homogenous belief and life style
            but go on, tell the elders you're on an online forum about paranormal events in a site known for cp and other degenerate stuff

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >online forum about paranormal events in a site known for cp and other degenerate stuff

            Which are things I don't browse, so...

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            you know it doesn't matter, at the least you are exposing yourself to apostates, don't try to teach me the ways, anon, I'm a regular pioneer and ministerial servant, probably elder by the end of the year, I know the teachings and proceedings inside out, no congregation would take lightly us in a site like this, the only thing saving our face right now in the anonymity

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >but it must be the same, that is the backbone of our organization, an homogenous belief and life style

            That is not what JWs believe. Jehovah's Witnesses are free to hold their own ideas and opinions where they do not conflict with the core tenets (pic) that distinguish us as God's true people.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I give up, you're way past understanding, I wish this shit wasn't anonymous just so I could contact your elders and see you being dumbfounded when they explain to you why what you're doing isn't advisable

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            just beware, anon, this thinking will get you to apostasy in no time

            Don't get me wrong, I understand what you are saying, and I appreciate the warnings you are giving. I agree there are dangers to consider, in fact it would be wrong to encourage someone to come here because I could be guilty of making them stumble (Matthew 18:6). So I would not advise someone to come here.

            However, on an individual level, Jehovah allows us to use our conscience to serve him we believe is the best, as long as we don't stray from the core beliefs and practices I posted in the image.

            That is also the reason why you see no problem coming here, is it not?

            Me, I come here to spread the Gospel, as Jesus instructed. I don't browse porn or discuss the occult. So I do my best to follow the great commission I was given, IRL or online!

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            oh no, I know that me coming here is wrong, even I coming here only for the greentexts and memes, and these last few months since the last thread I was on a mission to try and save one here that told he was a JW's son

            but the point is moot, it doesn't matter if we think this is wrong or not, but you can't fool yourself that the elders wouldn't worry if they knew you were here, or that the brothers and sister would see it with good eyes, it's like going to Pornhub to preach in the comments, even if you don't watch the content, it isn't a right place to be

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I don't think it's comparable to pornhub. Pornhub is used for only one thing, one thing that Jehovah hates.

            But /x/ is a board of discussion. People come here to read other people's ideas. And we want to discuss with people to share the truth with them.

            Remember, “Sow your seed in the morning and do not let your hand rest until the evening.”—ECCLESIASTES 11:6.

            Who knows if something we post in this thread will attract someone to the truth?

            Also, consider: maybe it is Jehovah's will that we both are present here, so that we can both keep each other in check so that we don't "get to apostasy in no time" as you said!

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            as I said earlier, I won't try to dissuade from coming to this board as I am here too and would be hypocrisy, just don't think it isn't frowned upon us being here
            anyway, godspeed brother

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            just beware, anon, this thinking will get you to apostasy in no time

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >ad hominem attack

            Gets em every time. Have you ever heard of the word Jove before? Do you know where it comes from?

            Youre a Jove's witness, afterall?

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you'd be more useful to God somewhere else

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Happy birthday

    Oh nevermind you don't celebrate birthdays anymore

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      We do not celebrate birthdays because we believe that such celebrations displease God.

      Birthday celebrations have pagan roots:

      https://www.cbsnews.com/minnesota/news/good-question-how-did-birthday-traditions-start/

      What are you talking about anon? Share more.

      Proverbs 14:15
      "The naive believe anything, but the prudent give thought to their steps."

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >pagan
        seems to me you have no idea what youre talking about, which is typical of most cult jehovies. i think you guys use the new world translation bible, right? just want to make sure im referencing the same "translations" as you are 🙂

        t. Practicing Catholic, raised by a jehovie grandma. Poor gma is prolly writhing in her grave but id convert her too if she were alive still.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous
          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >he doesnt even know the etymology of the slight he's trying to levy

            Kek

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I havent talked to my uncle in years, but I love the man and he is an active, participating Elder in your silly church hierarchy right now.

        Want me to call him up or text him and ask him something?

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    finally something that isn't a basic b***h Christian stuff.

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You'd witness Jehova correctly by knowing He is Jesus.
    Yahwey means 'I AM'.
    Jesus:
    - before Abraham was. I AM (and they attempt to stone Him due to the blasphemy of taking Gods name)
    - (walking in water during the storm) fear not, I AM
    - (to the guards that come arrest Him) I AM (and they fall to the ground on their asses.)
    - (to the synedrium) I AM, and i shall come in the clouds, etc (and they acuse Him of blasphemy)
    And moore! I AM the truth ant the light, I AM this, and that.
    https://catholicomics.wordpress.com/13-i-am-%f0%9f%94%a5/

    Also the bible was made by the Church, if you abide by it you already accept the authority of the Church.

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ja, son of the Empire. I have met haji too. i jah. inja. ija.

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What do you think of Charles Russell Taze's pyrmaidology?

    What do you think of from 1891 to 1953, the WTS taught that God resided on the star Alcyone in the Pleiades constellation and that from this star he governed the universe?

    For example, The International Bible Students Souvenir Convention Report (1914) says:

    The Pleiades, the center of the universe, are located in Taurus, and as though to emphasize the foundation, the original meaning of Alcyone, one of the chief stars of the Pleiades, is "foundation". How significant that thewhole universe should throughout the ages swing about that constellation and that star which alone picture so clearly the Ransom! The bullock offered on the brazen altar in the court was indeed the foundation: it represented the sacrifice of the Lord. The bullock in the sky represented the very same thing. (pp. 252-253)

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Russell was not interested in pyramids in general, but only the Great Pyramid, considering the others inferior or insignificant copies. But he didn’t regard the pyramid as some new revelation; the Bible is all that Christians need, and the pyramid was just a “corroborative witness”. As Russell himself wrote:
      “We have great respect for it, though we do not build our faith upon it.” (Zion’s Watch Tower, May 1881).

      Russell wrote at a time when scientific and religious interest in the Great Pyramid was high. He adopted his ideas from the Lutheran minister Joseph Seiss who in turn accepted the back then very well known theories of the astronomer Charles Piazzi Smyth.

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    people literally quit this shit because it ruins family and personal life, it's a scam and a sect

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how things really are

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