Friday, May 18, 2012

Warwick Certainty

The Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses know for a certainty that God:

-Does not want you to have even the slightest communication with ex-members, regardless if they are family [Watchtower, April 15, 2012, page 12].

-Gives individuals no salvation or true joy outside their organization [Watchtower, September 15, 1993, page 22].

-Discourages and rather you not pursue a college education [Kingdom Ministry, October 2011].

-Did not provide Jesus Christ as a mediator for all mankind [Worldwide Security Under the 'Prince of Peace', page 10, paragraph 16].

-Wants people, including children and babies to not receive life-saving blood transfusions [Watchtower, June 15, 2000, pages 29-31].

However, the Governing Body admits:

"Although we are not yet certain of Jehovah’s will regarding Warwick...We are proceeding to develop the site with the intention of relocating the world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses there."
[Governing Body member, Guy H. Pierce - Watchtower, August 15, 2012, page 17].

Here is a glance of it:

The above lush, brand-new headquarters housing the Governing Body, the World Headquarters of Jehovah's Witnesses, the 'capital' so to speak of the Watchtower Bible Tract Society, will be built and lived upon. The Watchtower Society will proceed, despite not being certain of Jehovah's will and spend millions upon millions of dollars.

Remember, they are certain: You should shun your family, not go to college, but pursue whatever 'spiritual' goals they set in their organization, refuse blood transfusions, Jesus is not your mediator, and there is no true joy or salvation for you outside their organization.

Nevertheless, what of the Great Tribulation? Armageddon is right around the corner, is it not?  The Governing Body has an answer to that. Again, Governing Body member Guy Pierce states in the same referenced journal:  
"If the great tribulation interrupts our plans, that will be wonderful, absolutely wonderful!"

Not certain of Jehovah's will for the headquarters of the supposedly only true organization serving him, and having plans interrupted by the Great Tribulation.  This comes from Jehovah's only channel of communication that provides the "greatly diversified wisdom of God" [Watchtower, October 1, 1994, page 8].  Does that make sense?

Meanwhile, the 7 million plus members, admonished not to go to college, don't look to improve your life unless in harmony with what the Watchtower Society approves, just serve the organization and obey what they tell you. The Governing Body has everything covered and planned for you, even more so for them.