Whoever is confronted with the Watchtower doctrine wonders how so many people can follow these claims. The crowd who see the Watchtower Doctrine as the only true thing under the sky impresses the naÃ¯ve listener, and the question arises whether it is not worth listening to this peculiar doctrine. It is precisely the twisted, the incomprehensible, the almost absurdly graceful, the incomprehensible for outsiders that is a characteristic of Christians. Who knows! Perhaps the Jehovah's Witnesses with their square patterns of thought are something like the only true path to heaven or earthly paradise!
The Catholic Church has so strongly exaggerated the game with the extravagant statements, by which Christians are easily recognizable, that apart from birth, blindness and deafness hardly anything can lead into this alone beatifying organization of Catholicism. In this lie-moloch, which is led by someone who already firmly steps into Jesus' face with his title "Holy Father", the measure of the lie is already so overfulfilled that an average Bible reader quickly realizes: This religion of the Blessed Mother cannot really be derived from the Bible. This religion, which, for example, answers the simple prohibition of Jesus "no one can be called father" with the highest title claimed by the Pope "Holy Father", which only God is entitled to, can never be in contact with the Son of God, no matter how many so-called laymen are contained in it who honestly try to reconcile Bible and catechism.
If now a fraud concept betrays itself by exaggerating the lie to such an extent that a sober assessment can only trigger a head shake, how necessary will a compensation concept be, which lies just as audaciously, but still seems halfway credible by repeatedly using words like: "logically", "appropriately", "according to the scriptures" or "appropriate"? The Watchtower doctrine is this balancing concept that is necessary to catch those who have recognized Catholicism as a religion of lies and want to go in search of God. In all basic lines one remains faithful to the anti-Christian religion of Catholicism and turns the lies just in such a way that the man formerly bathed in Catholicism now takes the supposed opposite direction. The process is nothing other than the age-old marketing trick of selling a product under a different name.
While the Pope officially imposes his false doctrines infallibly on the "Christendom" dependent on him, the Watchtower doctrine strikes in a hidden way, but no less successfully. The lie is common to the Catholic Church and the Watchtower Society. They both live from the lie and they both are not content if they cannot fully do the lying injustice to their addicts. The Watchtower doctrine is not so easily constructed to be transparent, although the imaginary lies of absurdity have no less to offer than the teachings of the Catholic Church with its leader, who makes God ridiculous on a daily basis by virtue of his claimed title of God. The Watchtower doctrine is the same in its approach, but it does not offer for sale the fantasy so obviously devised by oneself, but rather pretends to be logically and theoretically trimmed with fidelity to the word, which already suffers from the fact that the word itself has been changed.
But the bone-hard instrumentalization of the Bible for one's own benefit is the trademark of the Watchtower Society like that of the Catholic Church.
The Bible - What's it trying to tell us? Page 30:
In the booklet "The Bible - What does it want to tell us?" on page 30, almost at the very end of the "Bible overview" from the point of view of the faithful and circumspect slave from New York, the Writing Department of the Governing Body writes a small paragraph that strikes a naked lie against someone who knows the Bible. The casual brutality with which the Watchtower writers insert this lie and simply let it ferment unexplained in the willing reader, this cheeky Watchtower lie hardly attracts the attention of non-Christians and Jehovah's Witnesses, although this self-invented statement stands in screaming contrast to the Bible.
John sees Jesus as a lamb in heaven with 144000 chosen from mankind. They "are called kings ... reign with him". Revelation thus reveals that the promised seed includes 144,000 other people besides Jesus (Revelation 14:1; 20:6).
For comparison with the Bible:
Revelation 14:1 And I looked, and, behold, the Lamb stood on Mount Zion, and with him an hundred and forty-four thousand, having his name and the name of his father written on their foreheads.
Revelation 20.6 Blessed is he that partakeeth in the first resurrection, and holy is he that partakeeth in the first resurrection. Over these the second death has no power; but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and reign with him a thousand years.
The promised seed of which the Watchtower Society speaks here and represents him as 144001 persons (Jesus + 144000) exists as a concept and thought in the Bible only in relation to this one Saviour who is the Saviour. There is not a single reference in the entire Bible to the fact that the promise of salvation was made to mankind in 144001. Also, there have never been any prophecies that speak of 144001 pierced. Not one word in the Bible refers to 144001 pregnancies caused by the Holy Spirit, not one word in the Bible speaks of 144001 people dying for the sin of the world. No 144001 virgins became pregnant and no 144001 bore sons. There were no 144001 callers in the desert preaching repentance at the Jordan and preparing the way of the 144001 Lords.
The promised seed is God, who entered into humanity and humbled himself to death. The invented 144,000 leaders of the Watchtower Society, however, do not humiliate themselves, but only others to death, for example by bleeding to death. They cannot be part of Christ.
The truth is that an infinite number of people can be part of Christ. But these are never the "promised seed". The prophecies of the one who is born to us always refer only to the person of Jesus Christ and are fulfilled in him. The expansion of the term "promised seed" so typical of Watchtower arbitrariness reflects the clear intention of the Watchtower slave to take the reins off Jesus Christ. By making itself equal to Jesus even in the concept of "promised seed," the Watchtower elite once again asserts that it is itself the saving factor. And 144000 times more than Jesus.
Besides, you have to ask yourself how a Bible book can become a traitor. Revelation "betrays" something that has been kept secret throughout the Bible. What is this God who brings hundreds of prophecies, but keeps the essential secret, and then lets it be betrayed by Revelation? Can such a God be relied upon at all? "No!" claims the Watchtower Society and recruits from it its special function, which consists in the fact that without its special assistance the Bible cannot be understood at all and only saves the Bible study according to its instructions. Here, too, Jesus no longer saves, but the special study method of the Watchtower Society.
The Watchtower Society has in common with the Catholic Church the abysmal audacity to see itself as alone justified and empowered to understand the Bible correctly at all. Also the Catholic Church was and is so bold as to tell people that they could not understand the Bible at all if they, the Catholic Church, were not asked. All the promises of Jesus, which apply to all people and refer to the fact that everyone can understand the message of Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit, are thoroughly taken ad absurdum by the Watchtower Society and the Catholic Church.
The technique of the Watchtower lie is simple and tailored to seekers who are disappointed by Catholicism. An association founded by a Freemason sends a thousand times his own people to their physical death and a million times to their spiritual death, but markets his product as a life-saving one, and in the great uniformity of his doctrine he uses many unexplained assertions and in this way produces a carpet of lies that no one can fully see through anymore.
The uninterrupted, never-ending flooding of the Watchtower subscribers with lyrics that have been brought together again and again ensures that these people from the Watchtower coma can no longer wake up. The visible organization of Jehovah puts into practice what the Pope quite openly practices by acquiring the highest title of God despite Jesus' prohibition, by absolutely equating its 144,000 allegedly spiritually anointed functionaries with Jesus.
The Antichrist is someone who claims to be the Christ of himself. This is what the Watchtower Society actually and extensively does. For Jehovah's Witnesses, Jesus is only one among 144001.
After Jehovah's visible organization on earth trivialized Jesus from Satan's point of view so that no one would put his hope in Jesus anymore, she offers herself as a substitute.
What does the Bible really teach?, page 150
The Watchtower Society writes:
If we serve Jehovah with his people, we gain far more than we can ever lose.
Jehovah Witnesses have a pagan God for whom they may have to bleed themselves to death. Then they lose their physical lives, which in themselves are a greater loss than the supposed gain of working with Jehovah's Witnesses. Much more important, however, is the certain loss of spiritual life that Christians receive in rebirth. The rebirth is denied by Jehovah's Witnesses, both for the inferior Jehovah's Witnesses, who may only hope for an earthly paradise, and for the anointed, who are those ominous 144,000 Jesus-like functionaries of the Watchtower Society.
But Jesus says:
John 3:4-7 And Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Unless any man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. Nicodemus says to him, "How can a man be born when he is old? Can he then walk again in his mother's womb and be born? Jesus answered, "Truly, truly, I say to you, unless someone is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. What is born of the flesh is flesh; and what is born of the Spirit is spirit. Do not wonder that I have told you: You must be born again.
Jehovah's Witnesses hope for the Watchtower Organization as world government. They hope as humanity, they hope not as individuals, but as global unity.
Jesus' true followers preach God's kingdom as the only hope for mankind.
The hope offered by the Watchtower Society is nothing more than the hope for a socialist one-world order under the leadership of the Watchtower Society Unity Party. Jehovah's Witnesses have no contact with Jesus, nor do they hope for him as their personal Saviour, because according to their teachings, he died exactly for Adam's and Eve's transgressions. Therefore, Jehovah's Witnesses must earn their salvation through street advertising. And if you look at the appearance of Jehovah's Witnesses on the street, then you realize that saving a Jehovah's Witness one's own deserved salvation is more impossible than beatifying the devil. Both the anti-Christian teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses and their own methods of spreading their false teachings diametrically contradict salvation. If, however, the Watchtower Society is responsible for the salvation of Jehovah's Witnesses (for it makes itself like Jesus Christ), then the grace of men must be greater than the grace of Jesus Christ. Can people pardon themselves?