Jesus Christ is for the Watch Tower Society only a nice man. The Watchtower drives a systematic elimination of Jesus Christ. He is extracted by the Jehovah's Witnesses from the unity of God and is presented as a angels being, so that his death on the wood has no effect. Jesus' words, I can do everything the father can, is obscured by all means and portrayed as unimportant. At all costs they are keen to separate the identity of Jesus from the identity of God, to take it out, and calculate it in any case as somehow ungodly.
For this destination the Watchtower uses a basic thesis that all Jesus disesteeming religions have in common: God is one God. This view, which led to the crucifixion of Jesus, the Watchtower uses without cease to separate the people from Jesus.
But the work of Jesus gets not till then the from the father desired meaning, when we open the eyes of faith and accept the relationship between father and son, and find in it the unity which is God himself. For in contrary to what the Watchtower says, God himself is the one, who dresses us in Jesus with a new man. Jesus is not only an ever-ready tool in the hand of a god, who is to bewitch with good works, but he does good work on and in us by his own hand. That testifies Isaiah!
Isaiah testifies that God is the one who clothes us with salvation and righteousness. This gift, which no one could work out among people at all, gives us God in vain and only on faith in Jesus Christ and he gives it in Jesus as God himself. If Jesus and the Father were not one identity, Isaiah could no longer be a prophet. For he writes that God clothes us with righteousness. We experienced that in Jesus.
This for us strange righteousness, this work of God, he has shown and presented us in Jesus. It all depends on us whether we accept it or faile.
At this point the Watch Tower Society picks up. It tries to portray this justice, which can only come in the person of Jesus and only by God, as not existing. As a replacement, it offers a path that is based solely on self-focused, home-made and self-satisfying effort. It proclaims the way of self-perfection by the Watchtower teaching. It makes Jesus do just the rest - as a hope for those who feel the forlornness of the activity delusion of the Jehovah's Witnesses in human efforts.
These doubting about their own efficiency as Jehovah's Witnesses are very close to that which gives us Isaiah. They instantiate quite clearly that they are lost, when they build on their own strength and repudiate the gift of Jesus, by not confessing him. These Jehovah's Witnesses the Bible calls: Confess Jesus before men and he will confess you before God.
But the Watchtower Society has only one interest: It wants to take people far from Jesus and seek that what God has rejected. It wants so many people as possible to trust themselves and their own good will. It shows the people a way distracting from the decision to salvation through Jesus. It encourages people that they can make it also without the grace that God has given us in Jesus.
But anyone who takes Jesus seriously, he must confess that he has to rely entirely on his mercy. There is no excuse in a mixture of self-effort and supporting promotion by the Watch Tower Society. There's not a labyrinthine path that we must first decipher. There is only one. The commitment to Jesus that one can succeed only with him. The fact that he accomplishes only in oneself. This commitment inevitably causes that we are committed to Jesus and realize that he is God.
And who confesses Jesus before men, he will confess before the Father. Blessed is he that he has demeaned himself for us until death. Praised be Jesus Christ.
Jehovah's Witnesses, who you don't profess Jesus before men, conform at last to the will of the Father!