Jehovah's Witnesses are told by the Governing Body that they have "the truth". The Witnesses refer to their religion and it's beliefs as "the truth". This blog examines these extraordinary claims.
Just wanted to tell you how much I appreciated this video. I can soooo relate to all these experiences. I left after 30 years 10 which were a leaning experience, another 10 with several doubts popping up and the last 10 working my way out in such a way as not to give anyone in the organization the authority to disfellowship me. So in 1990 I finally quit attending/doing anything that would relate me to JW's. The next 20 or so years were spent trying to figure out what to do about God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Ten years ago, my son who is an elder in Sacramento, gave me a new name APOSTATE and he and his wife, children and grandchildren stopped talking and associating with me.God has his own way of reaching who he wants and thru an incredible amount of circumstances I have come to accept Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior and have the Holy Spirit to guide me with the goal of having/keeping and sharing God's Love. My middle son has taken the same route thru those incredible circumstances and now we can say with FULL CONFIDENCE, "we are forgiven children of God". We have Grace available every minute of everyday, AMEN. Our stories are much longer but this is as much as I feel I should send you now. Thank you so very very much. Lois
Thanks so much for sharing your experience, and praise God for your freedom, Lois!Revelation 19:10 "I am a fellow servant with you and with your brothers who hold to the testimony of Jesus. Worship God! For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy."