Who Is “the King of the North” Today?

“He will come all the way to his end, and there will be no helper for him.” Daniel 11:45  [Study 20 from ws 05/20 p.12 July 13 – July 19, 2020] The simple answer is NO-ONE. Please see this article which examines the Prophecy of Daniel 11 and Daniel 12, in its biblical...

“Run the Race to the Finish”

“I have run the race to the finish.”—2 Timothy 4:7  [From ws 04/20 p.26 June 29 – July 5 2020] According to the preview, the focus of the article is how all of us can win the race for life, even if we suffer the effects of advancing age or a debilitating illness. The...

“I Have Called You Friends”

“I have called you friends, because I have made known to you all the things I have heard from my Father.”—JOHN 15:15  [From ws 04/20 p.20 June 22 – June 28]   Why use this theme scripture? Who was Jesus talking too? In John 15 Jesus was talking to his disciples,...

Listen, Learn, and Show Compassion

“Stop judging by the outward appearance, but judge with righteous judgment.”—JOHN 7:24  [From ws 04/20 p.14 June 15 – June 21] “As imperfect humans, all of us have a tendency to judge others by their outward appearance. (Read John 7:24.) But we learn only a little...

How Do You View the Fields?

“Lift up your eyes and view the fields, that they are white for harvesting.”​—John 4:35  [From ws 04/20 p.8 June 8 – June 14] What a strange theme for the scripture provided. Does it matter how we view the fields? No, we can view the fields, and regardless of what we...

An Attack Coming From the North!

“A nation has come up into my land.”​—Joel 1:6  [From ws 04/20 p.2 June 1 – June 7] Regarding “Bro C.T. Russell and his associates” the study article states in paragraph 1 “Their method of study was simple. Someone would raise a question, and then the group would...

My Awakening after 30 Years of Deception, Part 3: Achieving Freedom for Myself and My Wife

Introduction: Felix’s wife discovers for herself that the elders are not the “loving shepherds” that they and the organization proclaim them to be. She finds herself involved in a sexual abuse case in which the offender is appointed a ministerial servant despite the accusation, and it is discovered that he had abused more young girls.

The congregation receives the “preventive order” via text message to stay away from Felix and his wife just before the “The Love Never Fails” regional convention. All these situations lead to a fight that the branch office of Jehovah’s Witnesses ignores, presuming its power, but which serves for both Felix and his wife to achieve freedom of conscience.

Love One Another Intensely

“Love one another intensely from the heart.” 1 Peter 1:22  [From ws 03/20 p.24 May 25 – May 31] “ON THE night before he died, Jesus gave his disciples a specific command. He told them: “Just as I have loved you, you also love one another.” Then he added: “By this all...

Examining Matthew 24, Part 13: The Parable of the Sheep and the Goats

Witness leadership use the Parable of the Sheep and the Goats to claim that the salvation of the “Other Sheep” depends on their obedience to the instructions of the Governing Body. They allege that this parable “proves” that there is a two-class system of salvation with 144,000 going to heaven, while the rest live as sinners on earth for the 1,000 years. Is that the true meaning of this parable or do Witnesses have it all wrong? Join us to examin the evidence and decide for yourself.

When is the Right Time to Speak?

“There is … a time to be silent and a time to speak.”​—Ecclesiastes 3:1,7  [From ws 03/20 p.18 May 18 – May 24] A time to speak “Why is it so important that we have the courage to speak up when necessary? Consider two contrasting examples: In one case, a man needed to...

Examining Matthew 24, Part 12: The Faithful and Discreet Slave

Jehovah’s Witnesses contend that the men (currently 8) making up their governing body constitute a fulfillment of what they consider to be the prophecy of the faithful and discreet slave referred to at Matthew 24:45-47. Is this accurate or merely a self-serving interpretation? If the latter, then what or who is the faithful and discreet slave, and what of the other three slaves that Jesus refers to in Luke’s parallel account?

This video will attempt to answer all these questions using Scriptural context and reasoning.