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Jehovah's Witness

Letting Go

Yet, Jesus said those things would never occur again. That completely rules out them happening again on a any scale. What part of that do you not understand?  (May 14, 2016 | post #12)

Jehovah's Witness

Letting Go

A manufactured religion that has manufactured an endtime crisis. That's what the religion of Jehovah's Witnesses is. The beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses are imaginary and are not grounded in the the truth of the Bible. Jesus parousia occurred in the 1st century when the temple was destroyed according to the prophecy at Matthew chapter 24 and Luke 21. So why do Jehovah's Witnesses choose to ignore this biblical and historical fact and manufacture the 1914 date for his parousia? Because like the evil Pharisees who crucified the Son of the Living God, they do not care about truth but only seek to establish themselves by deceitfully using God to do it.  (May 11, 2016 | post #7)

Jehovah's Witness

NWT is by far the best Bible

I personally feel that the NWT purposely renders certain verses in Scripture erroneously in order to support their mistaken 1914 endtime doctrine. Take for example Matthew chapter 28 verse 20. The NWT reads this way: 20 teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you. And look! I am with you all the days until the conclusion of the system of things.” ---- At first glance, there may seem to be nothing wrong with the way they render that verse. However, their decision to render the last part of that verse with "the conclusion of the system of things" is misleading. The accurate way to render it is "the end of the age" which keeps in it in context with what Jesus was saying earlier about the horrible things that would come upon that 1st century Jewish age in 70 AD and his subsequent parousia which would immediately follow it. By saying as the Watchtower does "the conclusion of the system of things," the Watchtower is able to mislead the uninformed into thinking that such a momentous event it is still in our future instead of nearly 2,000 years in our past. There are numerous other instances where the Watchtower does this very thing. Interestingly, the Watchtower mentions that the verse refers to the end of an epoch or age in the footnote of that verse. So, why didn't that just use "the end of the age" to begin with? It's because the correct rendering lends itself more to a 1st century fulfillment of the Olivet prophecy instead of a future one. As more JWs become aware of these things and realize that the things they have spent their entire lives looking forward to have already occurred nearly 2,000 years in the past, some of them won't hang around even if they have family and friend still trapped in the Watchtower's delusion.  (May 9, 2016 | post #570)

Jehovah's Witness

CHURCHOIDS came to MY door!!!

I'll take Easter eggs any day over that phony, unbiblical Watchtower 1914 horse$hi#! The Bible say nothing about either one of them. However, Jehovah's Witnesses have inserted the date 1914 into their own Bible thus adding to Holy Scripture, which is condemned by God Almighty. The church makes no such claims about the Easter bunny. They are clear about it being only a harmless childhood tradition with no Biblical connection whatsoever. If it bothers some people they don't have to participate. Just go away and don't spoil it for everyone else. JWs on the other hand, MUST have complete conformity. No individuality. No independent thought. Your whole life is directed by the Watchtower from cradle to crematorium.  (Apr 11, 2016 | post #182)

Jehovah's Witness

CHURCHOIDS came to MY door!!!

Hi Dee, Yes, we all know the sort like Mad JW." He's obviously got some real problems with his religion and the only way he can think to deal with it is to lash out at others who are only trying to help him. He's determined to defend that false religion right down to the bitter end. He's welcome to it. Always enjoyed reading your comment. Be blessed, my sister in Christ our Lord and Savior.  (Apr 11, 2016 | post #181)

Jehovah's Witness

CHURCHOIDS came to MY door!!!

Typical JW. They are against kids having good, clean fun if it involves associating with fellow members of Christianity outside of the congregation. His GB frowns on that sort of thing. Yet they still get together in JW only groups for their skating parties, softball games and Superbowl gatherings every single year. HYPOCRITES!! Blind guides is what these people are.  (Apr 3, 2016 | post #44)

Jehovah's Witness

CHURCHOIDS came to MY door!!!

Remember, God also told Adam that he would die that very day if he ate from that tree. As you know, Adam lived for over 900 years. So, you believe God is a liar. The Bible says that Jesus died and was dead for 3 days. "Churchoids " believe that. YOU are the one saying that they don't. WE believe the Bible not YOU!!  (Apr 3, 2016 | post #43)

Jehovah's Witness

Wayne Carter - The worst Circuit Overseer ever!

That may have been him but not likely. I think he would be more likely be traveling on a broomstick than a bike.  (Apr 3, 2016 | post #376)

Jehovah's Witness

Wayne Carter - The worst Circuit Overseer ever!

You're exactly right. The fact is that Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses is a complete fraud. They were never appointed by God. All they have are a bunch of baseless claims of divine authority. God has nothing to do with them or their false religious organization and it's credulous followers. Their entire existence is built on a foundation of pure fiction and empty-headed speculation. They cannot point to a single concrete thing as proof of that they alone have been chosen as God's channel on earth. Their followers are so thoroughly indoctrinated in their lies that they can no longer think for themselves and do not wish to. They have chosen to remain deceived and seperated from the actual truth of Holy Scripture. God bless.  (Mar 4, 2016 | post #371)

Jehovah's Witness

2016 Yearbook Numbers

You're wrong. Jehovah's Witnesses are Dispensationalists . Dispensationalism is a heresy. It is not a Bible teaching.  (Feb 11, 2016 | post #244)

Jehovah's Witness

personally....!

None of that even matters. Why? Because Jehovah's Witnesses are Dispensationalists . That simply means that the subscribe to the end-time heresy of a future Great Tribulation; something that Scripture does not teach! Dispensationalists are an odd bunch since they are also Partial Preterists.  (Feb 11, 2016 | post #603)

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personally....!

Oh no! Double blasphemy!!  (Feb 5, 2016 | post #561)

Jehovah's Witness

personally....!

Like I said before, I wasn't there at the time. Buy can you imagine them sitting around the fire making Jiffy Pop popcorn without the "J"? Blasphemy!!  (Feb 5, 2016 | post #558)

Jehovah's Witness

Jesus Arrives when, really....?

No, I was talking about you. You're funny. You say the funniest things. Lol.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #51)