But of the Son He says, “YOUR THRONE, O GOD, IS FOREVER AND EVER, AND THE RIGHTEOUS SCEPTER IS THE SCEPTER OF HIS KINGDOM. YOU HAVE LOVED RIGHTEOUSNESS AND HATED LAWLESSNESS; THEREFORE GOD, YOUR GOD, HAS ANOINTED YOU WITH THE OIL OF GLADNESS ABOVE YOUR COMPANIONS.” Hebrews 1:8
Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Believe They Must Preach Door to Door and Be Loyal to the Watchtower Organization for Eternal Life? Yes They Do!
HOW TO EFFECTIVELY WITNESSES TO JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES IN 3 MINUTES! The video explains how to share the gospel of grace in a loving and personal way pointing the Jehovah’s Witnesses to Jesus Christ for salvation alone. Below are official Watchtower Bible and Tract Society quotes on what a Jehovah’s Witnesses must believe and do to be saved, get eternal life, and that salvation is only found in God’s one organization on earth which is the Watchtower Organization!
The Jesus of the Watchtower: firstborn? first created? a god? Michael?
Ever had a knock on the door from a Jehovah’s Witness? It is very probable that you have had an encounter with a Jehovah’s Witness but did not know what to say in response to what they had to share. Jehovah’s Witnesses go door to door sharing what they believe to be the Word of God, however what they have been taught is heretical.
What do the Jehovah’s Witnesses believe about the Trinity, Jesus and Salvation?
The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society is the religious organization that is in control of what Jehovah’s Witnesses believe and what they are to teach others. The history of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society has gone through many doctrinal changes and prophetical allusions. The founder of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society organization is Charles Taze Russell, who died in 1916. After the death of Charles Taze Russell a man identified as judge F. Rutherford took control of the group at that time called International Bible Students, and he died in 1942. The major theological doctrines, prophecies, and practices of the Jehovah’s Witnesses have come from Charles Taze Russell and judge F. Rutherford, whether they acknowledge this or not it is a fact.
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society says: “No one can understand the Bible without the aid of the faithful and discreet slave’s publications!”
The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society is a religious organization which controls their members lives, actions, and thinking. Jehovah’s Witnesses go from place to place preaching what they believe to be the truth because that is what they have been taught to believe. In other words, Jehovah’s Witnesses cannot go against or disagree with what the Watchtower teaches, because to do so would mean to be going against God’s only provision for spiritual guidance. Below are some quotes which prove that the Watchtower claims total control of their members in which they cannot think or interpret the Scriptures for themselves, but only through the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society!
Jehovah’s Witnesses False Prophecies: The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society says Examine past publications
Most Jehovah’s Witnesses today are not taught nor encouraged to examine the many changes of the Watchtower’s history and false prophecies. However, throughout the Watchtower’s publications they have given the green light for those who are curious or suspicious of their history and doctrines, but do Jehovah’s Witnesses have access to these materials? In some Kingdom Halls they still have old publications, but for the most part the average Jehovah’s Witness does not have access to them.
The Destruction of Jerusalem: 586 BCE or 607 BCE?
Jehovah’s Witnesses teach the destruction of Jerusalem took place in 607 B.C.E. when they believe the beginning of the end days began. What if it happened in 586 B.C.E.? What would that do to the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ beliefs on the end days? The following information will be dealing with the time period when the destruction of Jerusalem took place historically with plenty of information with facts and evidence proving the Jehovah’s Witnesses have been deceived to believe inaccurate information which shows the Watchtower organization to be false.
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society Quotes Teaching: The Deity of Jesus Christ, Jesus is the Almighty, Jesus is Alpha and Omega
The following quotes are from what the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society has taught concerning Jesus Christ in the beginning which changed through the years. Jehovah’s Witnesses have had lots of changed doctrines or what they call “New Light” over the years, and the purpose of this information is to provide the truth concerning what Jehovah’s Witnesses believe and have been taught. If you have any questions concerning these quotes please contact us.
Prophecy of 1975 proving the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society a False Prophet
The Watchtower claims to be a modern day prophet of God. Jehovah’s Witnesses have set false prophecies of 1914, 1918, 1925, and here 1975. Armageddon was predicted to happen before the end of 1975 by Jehovah’s Witnesses, Armageddon did not happen in 1975, therefore the Watchtower is a false prophet. Below are quotes the false prophecies of the Watchtower concerning the end times and Armageddon in 1975.
Is Jesus Really Michael the Archangel?
Jehovah’s Witnesses teach Jesus is Michael. The Jehovah’s Witnesses Organization known as the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society currently teaches that Michael the archangel is Jesus Christ. I will provide evidence that Jesus is not Michael the archangel from the Bible, and will show that both past and present Watchtower teachings do not coincide.
The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society says the Bible teaches the Trinity Doctrine: What do Jehovah’s Witnesses believe?
The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society is the spiritual guidance and authority for Jehovah’s Witnesses. In one of the Watchtower’s magazines they said the following:
“They say that it is sufficient to read the Bible exclusively, either alone or in small groups at home. But, strangely, through such ‘Bible reading,’ they have reverted right back to the apostate doctrines that commentaries by Christendom’s clergy were teaching 100 years ago…” (The Watchtower, August 15, 1981, pages 28-29)