On the page www.bible-only.org* there is the information: "JW doctrine: The Last Days began in 1914, when Christ established his invisible kingdom in heaven and threw Satan to the earth; so Christ is invisibly present since 1914; there is no visible return of Jesus Christ ..."
After consultation with an expert on the Watchtower doctrine, the following corrective statements must be made:
It is true that for Jehovah's Witnesses the Second Coming of Jesus seems to have been long over. They live in the awareness that the King Jesus (to whom they are not even allowed to say Lord in a personal address) is working on earth using the Holy Spirit. But it is all the more serious that they refuse to talk to the King Jesus. How beautiful could this belief be that this King Jesus is already reigning on earth. But every Jehovah's Witness knows at the bottom of his heart that he must not seek this reign of the only indirectly present King Jesus, because otherwise he would violate the guidelines of the faithful and understanding slave. For the King Jesus supposedly communicates himself by means of the Holy Spirit exclusively to the Governing Body of the Watchtower Society.
What a fantastic situation that would be! Jesus works invisibly on earth! (Even if only about the borrowed vehicle "power of God". According to the teachings of the Watchtower Society, Jesus is not God and consequently only has the power of an angel.) The return of Jesus has already happened as the establishment of his kingdom in heaven. How much reason would this circumstance be to address him personally? How can I accept him as effective through the Holy Spirit and worship God through him, but ignore him myself? Especially since Jesus himself says of himself: The sheep know the voice of the shepherd and follow him!
The return of Christ cannot have already happened because Jehovah's Witnesses ignore Jesus. For with his coming he will also appear visible and audible to the whole world. His presence will make people follow him concretely or not. This decision will be visible for all to see with his coming. But this decision has long been made by those who do not ignore Jesus and manifests itself invisibly in the faith of those who acknowledge Jesus as their Lord and follow His voice.
If Jesus, who according to WTS began as perfect Adam and ascended step by step in the hierarchy of heaven, was now made king, then what became of God? But if God is the Lord King, is Jesus an under King?
All the Hebrew Scriptures point out to us that Jesus is the God-installed realizer of His grace. How should this work if Jesus has to be ignored by people? According to the Watchtower teaching, Jehovah's Witnesses are not allowed to pray to him. They can only value him. (This esteem is not further defined.) How should Jesus be able to act as the great actor in world history when his disciples are not even allowed to speak to him? And how does Jesus use the power of God for his work without being God? According to the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses, he would then have been delegated only to use the power of God. Just as the treasurer in the club has the treasurer under him. So according to the WTS doctrine Jesus is an angel with all divine powers because he can use the Holy Spirit. But he is not God!
So he should not be God at one time, but at another time he should have all the peculiarities of God and act like God. Only the thesis that Jesus had a beginning (only begotten Son) stands like a rock in the surf for the fact that Jehovah's Witnesses do not want to and are not allowed to see Jesus as God. But the last sentence of the Bible alone says that the question of a beginning is unimportant. For God will be all in all. Then the entire creation in God will be like Himself. So when the unification of the entire being in God will take place, the question of being a creature or of not being a creature will become obsolete.
How does the fact that Jesus in Revelation 5, 13 and 14 is worshipped by all creation as the one who sits on the throne fit into these intricate views of Jehovah's Witnesses? (And every creature that is in heaven and on earth and under the earth and on the sea and everything that is in it, I heard say: To him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be praise and glory and glory and violence from eternity to eternity! And the four living creatures spoke: Amen! And the elders fell down and worshipped.)
So if the Bible already reports that there is not the slightest difference between the Father and the Lamb, why do Jehovah's Witnesses have to refrain from turning to Jesus? They must ignore parts of the Bible! For example John 14, 13 and 14: And what you will ask in my name, I will do, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. What you're going to ask me in my name, that is what I will do.
Has the Watchtower Society shot itself in the knee with its teaching? No! It deliberately tried to shoot Jesus in the knee. And with every Jehovah's Witness who does not want to hear the voice of the Lord, she has accomplished a ministry that is not oriented toward Jesus or the Bible, but exclusively toward Satan. Because the opponent of Jesus laughs at everyone he can fundamentally keep away from the influence of Jesus, half dead. This is Satan's real joy: to close people to the power of Jesus.
Thus the indifferent views of Jehovah's Witnesses toward Jesus appear as their normal standard attitude. They share this with almost all people in the world. They are deeply connected to the world in their ignorance of Jesus. They are even not only related to the world through the conscious act of ignorance and deafness against his voice, but in this way they form exactly the hard core of the system of things. They reject the renewal through Jesus. They do not attract the new man. They do not let Jesus guide them. They have created their own shepherd.
The enemies of Jehovah are all those who do not follow the faithful and intelligent slave. Everything that is not in bondage to the Watchtower Society will be destroyed. So also all who hear the voice of Jesus are enemies of Jehovah. For those who hear the voice of Jesus can never follow the Watchtower Society! So whoever lets himself be led by Jesus and takes his words seriously is Satanist or something like that in the eyes of Jehovah's Witnesses. Conversely, of course, for those who have grasped Jesus in faith, the teaching of the Watchtower Society is an act of Satan.
If Jehovah's Witnesses were really the shepherd's sheep, then the Watchtower Society would have to allow prayer to Jesus. And not only that, it would even have to command prayer to Jesus! But it does not. This means that this Jehovah of the faithful and intelligent slave cannot be God. But since we don't have much choice, Lucifer is the only alternative.
The spirits divide in Jesus. Whoever rejects Jesus as God now and here will not be destroyed. He has already been destroyed. But he can be redeemed from this state of being far from God. Through Jesus, the shepherd, and by listening to his voice.
Dear Jehovah's Witnesses! Don't rely on human wisdom! Accept the decision of God who has bound His grace to Jesus for all of us. Read the first chapter of the Letter to the Corinthians!