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The "Truth"

according to Jehovah's Witnesses

(as I see it) by Gary Busselman)

 

God is the creator, but since he only created Michael,

and Michael created everything else ("all other things"),

that would seem to make Michael the real creator,

but only in a sense, since Michael is Jesus and Michael said to Satan.

"the Lord rebuke you" makes the Lord powerful over Satan.

however when Michael had to throw Satan out of heaven in 1914 he

had to do battle with his own creations. Satan and his angels,

and in 1918 when he selected Joe Rutherford to be his earthly

channel and had to put the truth in the mind of Joe so he could

write the truth in the Watchtower and build Beth Sarim.

 

All this would be hard to understand if it were not for

the "salvation" doctrine, which is easy to understand since

the living evildoers will all be made dead at Armageddon and the

dead evildoers will be made alive at Armageddon.

thus the living sinners will die and the dead sinners will live,

except the dead who are made alive will not really be made

alive again but when they die God kinda makes a computer chip,

in a sense, of all the information in their brains,

like their memories, thoughts, and personality and keeps this

stored in heaven and the angels that don't join up with Satan

help and then after Armageddon, God makes a perfect

replica body and somehow inserts this memory chip in the

perfect replica body and then he will judge that new

creation of the old person who

was dead but is now alive by how he treats the anointed who

are mostly dead but are represented by the Governing Body,

who are not inspired but only receive divine direction, and by

how well he follows the directions of the Organization

and if he sins he dies.

 

To survive Armageddon, the only way is to be serving God in

the only organization that has the truth, Jehovah's Witnesses.

The truth is defined as the current teachings of the Governing Body

which largely consist of denying their own past teachings

and condemning views that are held by other groups that

the Governing Body will someday adopt as

their "new light" and "the truth."

 

Serving God is defined as attending the five weekly meetings

of Jehovah's Witnesses reading all of the week's lessons before

the meetings, including underlining the answers to the questions

at the bottom of the pages in the paragraphs with a red marker

(yellow highlighter is optional as long as it is used in moderation)

answering any questions you may come up with by yourself,

while you keep those questions secret and to yourself,

by looking up the proper subject headings in the Index

published by the Society and referencing to the proper

Watchtower article while attending meetings for field service

and going out in cars to try to recruit new members into the group

and to solicit contributions to be turned into the group leaders in

exchange for Watchtower publications that members paid for

at the Kingdom Hall using the voluntary donation arrangement

that was adopted after the Society failed in their attempt

to defend Jimmy Swaggart in the Supreme Court of California

after the Superior Authorities fell out of love with him and

charged him with avoiding sales tax on literature sales and all

Witnesses must do this or they die.

 

Loyalty to "Jehovah's Organization" is important since surviving

Armageddon is contingent on how well we vindicate Jehovah's name

which is really YHWH and pronounced Yahweh by most Biblical

scholars only since that was changed to sanctify and it now is

to exalt Jehovah's Name, not to vindicate anymore, and to

announce the kingdom that was set up in heaven in 1914 after

Jesus returned invisibly in I874 and again in 1914 for the

separating of the sheep and the goats by selling Watchtower

publications door to door and then in 1995 this was changed

to not separating the sheep from the goats but to require

all Jehovah's Witnesses to believe that the separating of the

sheep and the goats will be a future event to begin after the

start of the Great Tribulation, except that Jesus had to

actually start his judging of the sheep and the goats in 33AD and

that he only picked 144,000 Jehovah's Witnesses and the number

was filled in 1935 and then the earth was going to be used for the

testing ground for all the recreated dead sinners and Jehovah's Witnesses

for 1000 years because this all ties into the date of 1914 which

was arrived at by Nelson Barbour by adding 30 years to

William Miller's failed Apocalypse expectation date of l844

which was arrived at by adding a year to the previously failed date

of 1843. to arrive at 1874, which when the end didn't come,

he added 40 more years to come up with 1914 which

Charles Taze Russell adopted and changed to 1915 when the

Apocalypse didn't come in 1914 then to 1918 when it didn't

come in 1915, then he died.

 

This is all so simple that a child could understand especially in view

of the fact that the seven trumpets of Revelation were the seven

Jehovah's Witness District assemblies from 1922 to 1928,

starting with Cedar Point, Ohio and ending with Detroit, Michigan,

only they weren't called Jehovah's Witnesses then but since

Jehovah picked them in 1918 he waited

until 1931 to give them his name while the generation

living in 1914 and of the age of understanding,

about 12 or 15, when World War One

broke out, except it had been breaking out for a number of years

before 1914, meaning that the generation that saw 1914 would

by no means pass away before Armageddon started and

"by no means" indicates that the majority would be living

and never die since Jesus told Joe Rutherford that

"Millions Now Living Will Never Die" by an angel

and Joe wrote a book about the dead Princes, Abraham,

Isaac, and Jacob and others who would be resurrected to the

earth in 1925 and live in a house he built for them in 1929

in San Diego CA, except he lived in it himself because he thought

the start ofWorld War Two would be the beginning of Armageddon

and then he died.

 

Usually this is best understood by believing the truth as

Nathan Knorr and Fred Franz wrote about it in the Watchtower

since they knew that field service was the answer and

that six thousand years since

Adam and Eve ended in 1975 and that maybe, might, could, should

be the start of Armageddon, but they don't remember writing

anything about 1975 and they couldn't say for sure when Eve was

created and besides so many were going to prison because they were

loyal to God by refusing alternative service to active military duty

and no one was taking organ transplants or buying Girl Scout cookies

and then they died.

 

Sometimes the truth comes as flashes of light and the vaccinations,

and organ transplants are now all okay and the drafted boys don't go

to prison but stay at home to be elders and pioneers instead of going to

jail and the sheep are waiting and the goats are waiting too and the

generation of 1914 waited too, then they died. ###

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