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Just think about it: Jehovah could have chosen anyone he wanted to serve Him. But He reads HEARTS, and out of all the people on this planet, He chose you. Look at it this way –

You walk into an antique shop. You look around and you see something you like. You turn it over and the price tag is $1,000. So you walk up to the till and you offer the shop owner $10. Imagine how he would react! Now think of us. Jehovah PAID a dear price for you with the blood of His Son's sacrifice.

We are  PRICELESS  to Jehovah. You know that Jehovah would not pay the price if we were not worth it. Now, how do you think Jehovah feels if we place a much smaller price tag on ourselves? He would be insulted!

You are a very special person, priceless, hand-picked out of all the world of mankind personally by Jehovah to know the truth and to serve the greatest person in the universe. And He did all of this while we were still imperfect and unworthy of this honor.
You keep on hanging in there. Remember, Jehovah NEVER forgets his people and neither do we. When you feel buffeted by the world and of little value, think of yourself as a hundred dollar bill. Would you accept a gift of a crisp new note? Of course! What if the bill were not new, but slightly used? Still, just as good, right? What if you found the bill in the mud? Still, worth a hundred, right? But what if it's tattered and smudged and the corners are worn? Is it worth any less? Not at all! Whether bright and new or battered and beaten, a hundred is still a hundred.

And we are precious to Jehovah and to our brothers, whether things are going fine or we have been through the mill. It's not the outer appearance or the current condition that determines worth, but what backs us up that gives us our value.

Our currency is backed by the First Universal Bank of Jehovah. And you will remain just as valuable as ever, as long as you stay in circulation.

So keep enduring, and one day we will all be in 'mint' condition.


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You are welcome, yes ! ;o)  I posted different true stories here... and I try doing more for you all !

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PS.  A  GLASS  OF  MILK,  PAID  IN  FULL...   is  also  a  loving  story and  very  noble-minded  of  the later  adult  Doc.

Jehovah  is  same  thinking  and  never  forget  our  good  doings...  What  a  loving  God  we  have ❤

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Please  tell  me,  if  you  all  like  my  true  stories....   then  I  will  post  more  -  also  in  German  I  posted  some  ;o)

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You are welcome Brother, thanks for your comment !  Yes, I got alot positive feedbacks of all my true stories... I transfered them from the other JW. Archive org. to our new JW Website. I will try posting more ;-)

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Very encouraging sis. Thanks for all these small things that help strengthen our faith, in some way. I enjoy them. And thank you for allowing me to share them with my fellow congregation members. They have need to for such encouragement. Agape!

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