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EX-Jehovah's Witnesses or EX- Watchtower followers?

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Since: Jul 11

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#1 Jun 24, 2013
In my time on this forum I've noticed that all apostates seem to be EX-Watchtower followers rather than EX-Jehovah's Witnesses.

There is a difference here it is.

Jehovah's witnesses can think for themselves. They can weigh up the pros and cons, they can put scripture together with scripture and draw their own conclusions, they can join the dots, they can work out their own salvation

"keep working out YOUR own salvation with fear and trembling"

Watchtower followers cannot!!

They are the ones in our organization who never make the truth their own. Their the ones who when asked a question say things like "Well because the watchtower says so", these are the ones who think the governing body are inspired and perfect. These are the ones who look to men for their salvation rather than the scriptures. These are the ones who are in danger of becoming apostates.

Becoming a watchtower follower is not recommended this is just one thing of many that the WTBTS have to say on the subject.

"How necessary, not only to learn the “first principles” of Jehovah’s teaching, but also to be “carefully examining the Scriptures daily,” by digging down into the Bible with all provided study aids! In this way one will become convinced in his faith and equipped to confidently explain all the wonderful facets of the truth to others. Make the truth your own, and walk in it.—Acts 17:11"

Watchtower followers can't think for themselves and the danger is they will turn into apostates who can't think for themselves.

Jehovah's witnesses on the other hand are brothers of the watchtower society who support them 100% in their efforts

Since: Mar 12

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#2 Jun 24, 2013
Who's feeding you meat in due time?

Since: Oct 10

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#3 Jun 24, 2013
truthsetsfree wrote:
In my time on this forum I've noticed that all apostates seem to be EX-Watchtower followers rather than EX-Jehovah's Witnesses.
There is a difference here it is.
Jehovah's witnesses can think for themselves. They can weigh up the pros and cons, they can put scripture together with scripture and draw their own conclusions, they can join the dots, they can work out their own salvation
"keep working out YOUR own salvation with fear and trembling"
Watchtower followers cannot!!
They are the ones in our organization who never make the truth their own. Their the ones who when asked a question say things like "Well because the watchtower says so", these are the ones who think the governing body are inspired and perfect. These are the ones who look to men for their salvation rather than the scriptures. These are the ones who are in danger of becoming apostates.
Becoming a watchtower follower is not recommended this is just one thing of many that the WTBTS have to say on the subject.
"How necessary, not only to learn the “first principles” of Jehovah’s teaching, but also to be “carefully examining the Scriptures daily,” by digging down into the Bible with all provided study aids! In this way one will become convinced in his faith and equipped to confidently explain all the wonderful facets of the truth to others. Make the truth your own, and walk in it.—Acts 17:11"
Watchtower followers can't think for themselves and the danger is they will turn into apostates who can't think for themselves.
Jehovah's witnesses on the other hand are brothers of the watchtower society who support them 100% in their efforts
and 99% of JW in the KH would agree, but you the 1% are not in unity with them, or you would not be here, they would disown YOU without a doubt. YOu are fodder to them and they would not give you the time of day if they knew you were here posting and making threads to continue the conversation. Well done you are an official apostate according to your GB interpretation.

“New one man.”

Since: Jan 11

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#4 Jun 24, 2013
Here it is folks, Truthsetsfree's slow backup. Oh so now there is the WT follower as opposed to a JW.

Ok we got it, you are one a dozens who come and carry on about how it's all this and all that and the org is it, bs, then when they make a complete idiot out of themselves they have to back up and say well there are JWs (ex) and there are Watchtower followers (ex).

You are starting to sound like the Mad JW.
hMMMMM

Aurora, IL

#5 Jun 24, 2013
How about "child victim of the Jehovah's Witness cult"??
There are lots of us, and the word is getting out on the systematic abuse of children that is protected and enforced by the WBTS.
UNchained

Louisville, TN

#6 Jun 24, 2013
truthsetsfree wrote:
In my time on this forum I've noticed that all apostates seem to be EX-Watchtower followers rather than EX-Jehovah's Witnesses.
There is a difference here it is.
Jehovah's witnesses can think for themselves. They can weigh up the pros and cons, they can put scripture together with scripture and draw their own conclusions, they can join the dots, they can work out their own salvation
"keep working out YOUR own salvation with fear and trembling"
Watchtower followers cannot!!
They are the ones in our organization who never make the truth their own. Their the ones who when asked a question say things like "Well because the watchtower says so", these are the ones who think the governing body are inspired and perfect. These are the ones who look to men for their salvation rather than the scriptures. These are the ones who are in danger of becoming apostates.
Becoming a watchtower follower is not recommended this is just one thing of many that the WTBTS have to say on the subject.
"How necessary, not only to learn the “first principles” of Jehovah’s teaching, but also to be “carefully examining the Scriptures daily,” by digging down into the Bible with all provided study aids! In this way one will become convinced in his faith and equipped to confidently explain all the wonderful facets of the truth to others. Make the truth your own, and walk in it.—Acts 17:11"
Watchtower followers can't think for themselves and the danger is they will turn into apostates who can't think for themselves.
Jehovah's witnesses on the other hand are brothers of the watchtower society who support them 100% in their efforts
Hey truthsetsfree, EXACTLY where do you receive your spiritual food from?

Do you eat ANY morsels that are in the Watchtower magazine?

Do you eat ANY morsels that are presented at a JW convention or assembly?

Since: Jul 11

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#7 Jun 24, 2013
Kevin 321 wrote:
Who's feeding you meat in due time?
Jesus
UNchained

Louisville, TN

#8 Jun 24, 2013
truthsetsfree wrote:
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Jesus
By what means does Jesus feed you meat in due time?

Since: Jul 11

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#9 Jun 24, 2013
UNchained wrote:
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By what means does Jesus feed you meat in due time?
Through his congregation.

"When, now, they had breakfasted, Jesus said to Simon Peter:“Simon son of John, do you love me more than these?” He said to him:“Yes, Lord, you know I have affection for you.” He said to him:“Feed my lambs.” 16&#8239;Again he said to him, a second time:“Simon son of John, do you love me?” He said to him:“Yes, Lord, you know I have affection for you.” He said to him:“Shepherd my little sheep.” 17&#8239;He said to him the third time:“Simon son of John, do you have affection for me?” Peter became grieved that he said to him the third time:“Do you have affection for me?” So he said to him:“Lord, you know all things; you are aware that I have affection for you.” Jesus said to him:“Feed my little sheep. 18&#8239;Most truly I say to you, When you were younger, you used to gird yourself and walk about where you wanted. But when you grow old you will stretch"
UNchained

Louisville, TN

#10 Jun 24, 2013
truthsetsfree wrote:
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Through his congregation.
"When, now, they had breakfasted, Jesus said to Simon Peter:“Simon son of John, do you love me more than these?” He said to him:“Yes, Lord, you know I have affection for you.” He said to him:“Feed my lambs.” 16&#8239;Again he said to him, a second time:“Simon son of John, do you love me?” He said to him:“Yes, Lord, you know I have affection for you.” He said to him:“Shepherd my little sheep.” 17&#8239;He said to him the third time:“Simon son of John, do you have affection for me?” Peter became grieved that he said to him the third time:“Do you have affection for me?” So he said to him:“Lord, you know all things; you are aware that I have affection for you.” Jesus said to him:“Feed my little sheep. 18&#8239;Most truly I say to you, When you were younger, you used to gird yourself and walk about where you wanted. But when you grow old you will stretch"
Where is Jesus' congregation located in your area?

Since: Jul 11

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#11 Jun 24, 2013
UNchained wrote:
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Where is Jesus' congregation located in your area?
Like I'm gonna tell you that on a forum full of nutters
Thirdwitness

United States

#12 Jun 24, 2013
truthsetsfree wrote:
In my time on this forum I've noticed that all apostates seem to be EX-Watchtower followers rather than EX-Jehovah's Witnesses.
There is a difference here it is.
Jehovah's witnesses can think for themselves. They can weigh up the pros and cons, they can put scripture together with scripture and draw their own conclusions, they can join the dots, they can work out their own salvation
"keep working out YOUR own salvation with fear and trembling"
Watchtower followers cannot!!
They are the ones in our organization who never make the truth their own. Their the ones who when asked a question say things like "Well because the watchtower says so", these are the ones who think the governing body are inspired and perfect. These are the ones who look to men for their salvation rather than the scriptures. These are the ones who are in danger of becoming apostates.
Becoming a watchtower follower is not recommended this is just one thing of many that the WTBTS have to say on the subject.
"How necessary, not only to learn the “first principles” of Jehovah’s teaching, but also to be “carefully examining the Scriptures daily,” by digging down into the Bible with all provided study aids! In this way one will become convinced in his faith and equipped to confidently explain all the wonderful facets of the truth to others. Make the truth your own, and walk in it.—Acts 17:11"
Watchtower followers can't think for themselves and the danger is they will turn into apostates who can't think for themselves.
Jehovah's witnesses on the other hand are brothers of the watchtower society who support them 100% in their efforts
Excellent! And true.

Watchtower followers do not accept the fact that Bible prophecies say that God's people would need refining and cleansing because they would have some things wrong.

When we see a list of changes made by JWs it should strengthen our faith in the Bible and make us appreciate how God's people allow holy spirit to direct and adjust them as needed. Watchtower followers however are instead stumbled because they cannot comprehend that mistakes would be made and changes would be necessary.

Since: Aug 12

Portsmouth, UK

#13 Jun 24, 2013
truthsetsfree wrote:
In my time on this forum I've noticed that all apostates seem to be EX-Watchtower followers rather than EX-Jehovah's Witnesses.
There is a difference here it is.
Jehovah's witnesses can think for themselves. They can weigh up the pros and cons, they can put scripture together with scripture and draw their own conclusions, they can join the dots, they can work out their own salvation
"keep working out YOUR own salvation with fear and trembling"
Watchtower followers cannot!!
They are the ones in our organization who never make the truth their own. Their the ones who when asked a question say things like "Well because the watchtower says so", these are the ones who think the governing body are inspired and perfect. These are the ones who look to men for their salvation rather than the scriptures. These are the ones who are in danger of becoming apostates.
Becoming a watchtower follower is not recommended this is just one thing of many that the WTBTS have to say on the subject.
"How necessary, not only to learn the “first principles” of Jehovah’s teaching, but also to be “carefully examining the Scriptures daily,” by digging down into the Bible with all provided study aids! In this way one will become convinced in his faith and equipped to confidently explain all the wonderful facets of the truth to others. Make the truth your own, and walk in it.—Acts 17:11"
Watchtower followers can't think for themselves and the danger is they will turn into apostates who can't think for themselves.
Jehovah's witnesses on the other hand are brothers of the watchtower society who support them 100% in their efforts
Au contraire my friend...it is due to conscientious bible trained decisions, intelligent thought and a bit of humanitarianism that many have left (something many JWs will never understand in this lifetime).

I used to think exactly like you at one point. It's weird looking back on it now :)

Since: Jul 11

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#14 Jun 24, 2013
Open minded JW wrote:
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Au contraire my friend...it is due to conscientious bible trained decisions, intelligent thought and a bit of humanitarianism that many have left (something many JWs will never understand in this lifetime).
I used to think exactly like you at one point. It's weird looking back on it now :)
LOL seriously have you been reading the apostate argument?

Since: Aug 12

Portsmouth, UK

#15 Jun 24, 2013
truthsetsfree wrote:
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LOL seriously have you been reading the apostate argument?
I can't speak for everyone here (not been here long enough), but I certainly know very intelligent and reasonable ex JWs.

What is the "apostate argument"?

Since: Jul 11

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#16 Jun 24, 2013
Brother P wrote:
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I can't speak for everyone here (not been here long enough), but I certainly know very intelligent and reasonable ex JWs.
What is the "apostate argument"?
Straw man argument. That's what it is

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#17 Jun 24, 2013
Thirdwitness wrote:
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Excellent! And true.
Watchtower followers do not accept the fact that Bible prophecies say that God's people would need refining and cleansing because they would have some things wrong.
When we see a list of changes made by JWs it should strengthen our faith in the Bible and make us appreciate how God's people allow holy spirit to direct and adjust them as needed. Watchtower followers however are instead stumbled because they cannot comprehend that mistakes would be made and changes would be necessary.
Exactly.

That's why our loving brothers on the governing body say "make the truth your own" . They advise strongly against being Watchtower followers and rightly so

Since: May 13

Saint Augustine, FL

#18 Jun 24, 2013
True Jehovah witnesses LEAVE the watchtower when they see the TRUtH about the truth.

Those who will change their TRUTH on July 15th 2013 after reading that Watchtower are Watchtower followers....

You don't deserve the title of being a witness of the most height God, you have blamed HIM for all your failed escathology......You profane his name !

"TRUTHSETSFREE" is a Witchtower brainwashed FOLLOWER of men, that will change her mind on July 15th on stuff that has been preached for 100 years ......

Shalom :)

Since: Jul 11

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#19 Jun 24, 2013
Ptme wrote:
True Jehovah witnesses LEAVE the watchtower when they see the TRUtH about the truth.
Those who will change their TRUTH on July 15th 2013 after reading that Watchtower are Watchtower followers....
You don't deserve the title of being a witness of the most height God, you have blamed HIM for all your failed escathology......You profane his name !
"TRUTHSETSFREE" is a Witchtower brainwashed FOLLOWER of men, that will change her mind on July 15th on stuff that has been preached for 100 years ......
Shalom :)
Ptme proves once again he can't read.

Good job
jace

Woodbridge, VA

#20 Jun 24, 2013
Thirdwitness wrote:
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When we see a list of changes made by JWs it should strengthen our faith in the Bible and make us appreciate how God's people allow holy spirit to direct and adjust them as needed.

Watchtower followers however are instead stumbled because they cannot comprehend that mistakes would be made and changes would be necessary.
You got to love this guy. He has reversed
What actually has happened.

That wt editorial staff writes an article calls it the truth- food from god -and spirit directed by Holy Spirit
Anyone not accepting it is rejecting god message thru his mouth pc -US

Since the information has been shown to wrong by Father Time the critical thinking question must be asked

Was the information from god or merely the opinion of the wt editorial staff?

The wt then announces we have Nee light from god

Problem is your claim was that the Old Light was from god as well

Once again this new light proves to wrong and so now the wt claims Again we got some New new light from god

It reaches a point where the wt claim of their source really is not god but merely their human opinion

So in fact jw are followers of the wt editorial staff because every twist and turn they make the JW follows

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