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ANTI, IM Lovin It2012-03-31 16:34:38bluesku


You mention Jesus's Sermon on the Mount. You say: I like the part, "those persecuted for righteousness’ sake, and those reproached and lyingly spoken against. “Rejoice and leap for joy, since your reward is great in the heavens.” One thing you do not say is how Jehovah's Witnesses fit the bill. Let me ask you, are Jehovah's Witnesses merciful? When Jehovah's Witnesses insist that everyone accept God's name is Jehovah, that everyone must become a Jehovah's Witness to be saved, that all who do not become a Jehovah's Witness will be destroyed at Armageddon, and that those who become a Jehovah's Witness are to ignore everyone they've ever known, how is that merciful? Instead of showing mercy, you deny it to everyone, including yourself. Your whole life revolves around agreeing with everything the organization says and trying to get others to do the same. Again, how is that mercy? You say "I jump for joy everytime I read negitive things as I know my reward is great with Jehovah our God in heaven." You expect people to listen to you but you refuse to listen. You "jump for joy" when people disagree with you. So you admit that you lack mercy and compassion.


 
ANTI, IM Lovin It2009-07-24 08:53:33peterbui


Jesus had some things to say at the The Sermon on the Mount. Here is what he says, As crowds begin to follow him, Jesus goes up into the mountain, sits down, and begins teaching his disciples. He opens this thrilling discourse with nine ‘happinesses’: Happy are those who are conscious of their spiritual need, those who mourn, the mild-tempered, those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, the merciful, the pure in heart, the peaceable, those persecuted for righteousness’ sake, and those reproached and lyingly spoken against. “Rejoice and leap for joy, since your reward is great in the heavens.” He calls his disciples “the salt of the earth” and “the light of the world” and explains the righteousness, so different from the formalism of the scribes and Pharisees, that is required for entering the Kingdom of the heavens. “You must accordingly be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” For all of you out there putting JW's down, I like the part, "those persecuted for righteousness’ sake, and those reproached and lyingly spoken against. “Rejoice and leap for joy, since your reward is great in the heavens.” I jump for joy everytime I read negitive things as I know my reward is great with Jehovah our God in heaven. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK WITH ALL THE NEGITIVITY, I NEED THE ENCOURAGMENT.


 
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