Can Jehovah's Witnesses Confess Jesus as Their Lord?

The religious community of Jehovah's Witnesses claims that Jehovah's Witnesses are Christians. They spread this assertion in their writings and try to spread this impression more and more on the Internet. Many silken citizen journalists who fill their websites with basic knowledge about Jehovah's Witnesses and mention them again and again are helpful for this company: Jehovah's Witnesses are Christians.

But if you ask a Jehovah's Witness on the street if he is a Christian, he will answer you very clearly: Yes, all Jehovah's Witnesses are Christians. But if you ask him to confess Jesus Christ as his Lord, you will see the Jehovah's Witness turning his gaze away, a certain nervousness spreading noticeably in him, and he visibly struggling for a way out.

The usual excuse then is: We believe in Jesus too! But in which Jesus they really believe, that they keep quiet at all costs.

The identification mark

The sign of recognition of every Christian is the open, clear confession: Jesus is my Lord. This confession is not possible for Jehovah's Witnesses, although the Bible often identifies him as the Lord.

Römer 10, 9 For if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.

Jesus himself even brings the preview of the judgment by saying: Not everyone who says Lord Lord to me ... Many who call him their Lord are identified as "goats" who will not enter into the bliss of the Lord.

The fatal thing about the Watchtower doctrine is that Jehovah's Witnesses cannot even say Lord to Jesus because they are forbidden to talk to Jesus.

If you want to test a person to see if he is a Christian, ask him who his master is. The reaction is always remarkable. I asked my friend who is Jehovah's Witness. She was always pressing herself to answer that question. For months. At the end came the maximum reaction: "This is my thing."

Jehovah's Witnesses are "Half"-initiates

When we consider that the Watchtower scriptures are stuffed with demonic images, we naturally have to ask ourselves who of the manufacturers makes these "demonic works". It is not easy to find a line in it, for even a Raymond Franz, who was a member of the Jehovah's Witness Governing Body for nine years, does not say a word about machinations within the organization that would suggest there is a group of "insiders" within the organization who have these diabolical inlays inserted into the Watchtower scriptures. But there must be people who know that the Watchtower Jehovah is Satan, and who act according to that knowledge. How does the normal Witness Jehovah classify in this matter?

The normal average witness usually knows nothing about the satanic machinations of the Watchtower Society. Even if he perceives the demons in the Watchtower scriptures as real, he sticks to his idea that the Watchtower Society is the channel of God and Satan is the enemy of the organization. There is only one point in which he obviously serves a Lord who comes from below. It is Jehovah who forbids confessing Jesus and makes it completely impossible for the Jehovah's Witness to say to Jesus, You are my Lord.

This inability to confess Jesus as their Lord is also for them a clear sign that they are working and living against the Word of God. Even if they appear so naive in everything, they will have to recognize at this point that they are in bondage to a God who wants nothing to do with Jesus. The Jehovah of the Watchtower Society is recognizable as a counter-god and thus as Satan because of the confession of Jesus that has become impossible.

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