Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 67
The pedestrian area of Wiesloch was unusually busy and many people noticed that Jehovah's Witnesses were hoping for the destruction of all those who were in contact with Jesus. For 45 minutes the seduction of the Watchtower doctrine was thwarted by a clearly stated fact. Many people will remember this and in the future will be more sceptical about the Watchtower doctrine. At the same time, the testimony is for Jesus! Many do not suspect that everyone can come into contact with Jesus. Many think that religion should be forbidden, but they do not realize that then man himself would also have to be forbidden. Religion is as closely interwoven with man as error is with the Watchtower doctrine.
No one saves but Jesus. No religion can save, the only one who can save is God. And God offers every person the saving hand of Jesus Christ.
The testimony for Jesus is always a sensation resting in itself. Life without this testimony is so empty and boring. As soon as you give testimony for Jesus, of course not artificial and not organized like the preaching ministry of Jehovah's Witnesses, you experience a peace that no one can give or take from you. Today, most passers-by in Wiesloch were exceptionally attentive and interested. The two Jehovah's Witnesses, who stubbornly held out for 45 minutes to my advantage, could only look inside with their eyebrows raised and talk to each other.
During this time a third woman joined them and talked to the two Jehovah's Witnesses, who had already fallen into pure gossip anyway. Throughout the conversation with the third woman, one Witness rolled Jehovah's Watchtower and Awake closely together, so one could only suspect that she too could be a Jehovah's Witness. The sermon service of Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch consists to the half only of carrying along the literature, rolled up or casually held aside like a handkerchief or the daily newspaper one has just bought at the kiosk. The hourly absenteeism is only the facade of sermon service, the performance of compulsory hours owed to group pressure, and the fulfillment of the condition for continuing to belong to the club of Jehovah good people.
It is a fact that the two Jehovah's Witnesses could understand this text and relate it to their teaching. One of the two Jehovah's Witnesses was visibly uncomfortably touched. The other sank into her gossip. This is just a stalling routine, time wasting, waiting for the final whistle. What kind of god should be worshipped by such a mechanized sermon service? For Jehovah's Witnesses, preaching is true worship! What kind of God do they worship in this bored manner? Should a God worshipped like a robot, who also demands human sacrifices by bleeding to death, be the God of the Bible? Impossible.
The Watchtower religion is a decidedly conceived counter-religion. The basic features of the religious planning of those who invented the Watchtower Society are: As much truth as necessary and as much lie as possible. And the lie has to be so abstruse and insane that later no one can talk their way out of it before God. According to the planning of the Watchtower Doctrine, there must not be a single Jehovah's Witness who can say before God: "I have always been a Jehovah's Witness with a clear conscience. I could not see the error. I always checked everything honestly."