Shalowm, my friend.It is to us God has revealed them through his spirit, for the spirit searches into all things, even the deep things of God ... no one has come to know the things of God, except the spirit of God. Now we received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is from God, that we might know the things that have been kindly given us by God. These things we also speak, not with words taught by human wisdom, but with those taught by the spirit, as we combine spiritual matters with spiritual words.
In harmony with those words of 1 Corinthians 2:10-13, the apostle Peter himself was taught by Gods outpoured spirit on the day of Pentecost to say what he did about the fulfillment of the prophecies of Joel 2:28-32 and Psalms 16:8-11 and 110:1, scriptures that Christs disciples had never understood before.(Acts 2:1-36)
Since the close of World War I in 1918 we students of Gods Word have needed the assistance of Gods spirit just as much as those first Christians did on that day of Pentecost of A.D. 33. Otherwise we could not have discerned the marvelous fulfillment of the Bible prophecies giving proof to our eyes, minds and hearts that Gods Messianic kingdom was established in heaven A.D. 1914 to put down all Gods enemies and to give mankind a perfect government of righteousness.(Matthew, chapters 24, 25; Mark 13; Luke 21; Rev. 11:1512:10)
Gods Bible is charged with his spirit, and anyone who prayerfully takes the Bible to heart feels the effect of that spirit. Concerning the spoken word Jesus said:It is the spirit that is life-giving; ... The sayings that I have spoken to you are spirit and are life.(John 6:63)
So it is with the written Word of God: it has Gods spirit in it and is therefore instructive.
Agape, my friend
Based strictly on your mention of 1914...
How accurate do you think your organization is?
I ask because I've wondered if Jehovah's Witnesses made the same error when coming to this date as Harold Camping did by not taking into consideration the three major calender changes made since the southern kingdom was made subject to Babylon? Granted, the Babylonian calender was rather similar, except for the names of the months and days, but the Julian and Gregorian calenders are much different.