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  1. Queen Esther

    Keto Food Pyramid

    This Keto Food Pyramid, alias Atkins Diet, is very unhealthy for our body. I will look for another pyramid and link , the people can thinking about and better decide, what is really good. - Thanks ! .
  2. THE TRUTH ABOUT CHRISTMAS...... The year was 1928, when Jehovah's people came to understand the God-dishonoring roots of Christmas. Since then, the pagan roots of Christmas customs have become general public knowledge..... but few people have made changes in their way of life as a result. But, Jehovah's Witnesses are always willing to make the needed changes in order to become more acceptable as servants of Jehovah God. When shown that celebrating the birth of Jesus had actually become of greater interest to people than the ransom provided by his death; that the revelry of the holiday and the spirit in which many gifts were given did not honor God; that the magi whose gift-giving was being imitated were actually demon-inspired astrologers; that parents set an example for their children in lying by what they told them about Santa Claus; that "St. Nicholas" (Santa Claus) was admittedly another name for Satan the Devil himself; and that such festivals were, as acknowledged by Cardinal Newman in his "Essay on the development of Christian Doctrine" were "the very instruments and appendages of demon-worship" the church had adopted.... When made aware of these things, Jehovah's Witnesses promptly and permanently ceased having any part in Christmas celebrations. Jehovah's Witnesses do have good times with their family and friends. But, they do not participate in holidays and celebrations that are linked with pagan gods (as is true of such holidays as Easter, New Year's Day, May Day and Mother's day). Read, 2.Cor. 6:14-17. Like the early Christians, Jehovah's Witnesses do not even celebrate birthdays. They also respectfully refrain from sharing in national holidays, that memorialize political or military events and also refrain from giving worshipful honor to national heroes. WHY ? BECAUSE JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES ARE NO PART OF THE WORLD ! Reference, Proclaims Book, pages 198-200.... ( by Brother Roger B. Elder ) Thank you Brother Elder !
  3. The CO - class, learning in a course in Bethel *Mill Hill* - Left side first is GB Brother Barba ! A friend-sister met him by a New york Bethel visit, she got alot pictures That picture is from the past ~ Bro. Barba is now in Heaven by the others from NY.
  4. 17. November 2017 400 km/h und 1.000 Kilometer Reichweite: Premiere für den neuen Tesla Roadster von Mads Danner Elon Musk wird die Modellpalette von Tesla weiter vergrößern. Mit der Vorstellung des neuen Tesla Roadster und desTesla Semi-Truck will der Hersteller gleich in zwei hart umkämpften Klassen punkten. Die Neuauflage des Roadster könnte selbst gestandene Supersportwagen in den Schatten stellen. Macht Lust auf den Elektrosportwagen: 2020 soll der neue Tesla Roadster auf den Markt kommen. Elon Musk will wieder einmal Großes schaffen: Auf einer Präsentation in Kalifornien ließ der Tesla-Chef eine echte Bombe platzen und rollte die Neuauflage des Tesla Roadster auf die Bühne. Die Leistungsdaten des Sportwagens sind beinahe unwirklich – und doch soll das Elektroauto 2020 auf den Markt kommen. Außerdem hatte der Multimilliardär noch eine zweite Überraschung parat. Ist das wirklich zu machen? Kann Elon Musk dieses Versprechen schon bis 2020 einlösen? Fragen, die unweigerlich nach der gestrigen Weltpremiere des neuen Tesla Roadster im Raum stehen. Dass es schon bald einen Nachfolger des Elektrosportlers geben würde, war den meisten klar. Doch mit derartigen Leistungsdaten hat bislang niemand gerechnet: Der völlig neu entwickelte Roadster protzt nicht nur mit einer Reichweite von 1.000 Kilometern (620 Meilen). Als erstes Serien-Elektroauto überhaupt soll der 2+2-Sitzer auf eine Höchstgeschwindigkeit von 400 km/h beschleunigt werden können. Tesla Roadster als ultimativer Elektrosportler Und auch wenn die Zahlen definitiv beeindruckend und die Begeisterung groß ist: Die ganze Wahrheit ist das natürlich nicht. Denn Musk fügte unter anderem hinzu, dass die riesige Reichweite nur "bei Highway-Geschwindigkeit" möglich sei. In US-Maßstäben bedeutet das rund 110 km/h. Wer also auf deutschen Autobahnen immer am Limit unterwegs ist, wird die 1.000 Kilometer weit verfehlen. Auch die Höchstgeschwindigkeit von 400 km/h soll nur im weiterentwickelten Ludicrous-Mode verfügbar sein und dann auch nur für kurze Zeit. Angesichts der wenigen Möglichkeiten, 400 km/h im Alltag auszufahren, dürfte das allerdings für weniger Probleme sorgen. Für maximalen Fahrspaß bei jedem Wetter ist der neue Roadster wieder mit einem abnehmbaren Targa-Dach ausgerüstet. Setzt der neue Roadster Maßstäbe für E-Sportwagen? Trotz der Einschränkungen sind die von Elon Musk genannten Werte beeindruckend. Eine reale Reichweite von 600 bis 700 Kilometern kann als Meilenstein bezeichnet werden – weiter kommt auch kein Sportwagen mit V8-Motor im Heck. Erreicht werden soll dieser Wert mit einem neuen Akku, der bis zu 200 Kilowattstunden fassen soll – doppelt so viel Kapazität wie beim derzeit größten Tesla-Akku im Model S P100 D. Über die Preise des neuen Tesla Roadster ist noch nichts bekannt. Da allerdings bereits die P100-D-Modelle von Model S und X über 150.000 Euro kosten, dürfte der Roadster kaum günstiger werden. Tesla Semi-Truck soll schon 2019 antreten Neben dem Sportwagen rollte der Tesla-Boss gleich noch das Kontrastprogramm auf die Bühne: Der neue Tesla Semi-Truck wird der erste Elektro-Lkw des Unternehmens und zugleich auch das erste Nutzfahrzeug der Kalifornier. Mit vier Elektromotoren und einer angepeilten Reichweite von 800 Kilometern setzt auch dieses Fahrzeug Maßstäbe. Der Akku soll darüber hinaus in 30 Minuten auf die halbe Kapazität geladen werden können. Preise nennt Musk auch hier noch nicht, betont aber, dass Diesel-Lkw im Betrieb pro Kilometer 20 Prozent teurer seien.
  5. Very rare and never seen in Europe... a SO young sister before her baptism ! But I saw it in pic's and reports - its really true !! I will soon post it here... Its great - how mature the kids in Asia and Africa... wow !
  6. Some things are more important... ( a loving family with time, always helping each other ) SON: "Daddy, may I ask you a question?" DAD: "Yeah sure, what is it?" SON: "Daddy, how much do you make an hour?" DAD: "That's none of your business. Why do you ask such a thing?" SON: "I just want to know. Please tell me, how much do you make an hour?" DAD: "If you must know, I make $100 an hour." SON: "Oh! (With his head down). SON: "Daddy, may I please borrow $50?" The father was furious. DAD: "If the only reason you asked that is so you can borrow some money to buy a silly toy or some other nonsense, then you march yourself straight to your room and go to bed. Think about why you are being so selfish. I work hard everyday for such this childish behavior." The little boy quietly went to his room and shut the door. The man sat down and started to get even angrier about the little boy's questions. How dare he ask such questions only to get some money? After about an hour or so, the man had calmed down, and started to think: Maybe there was something he really needed to buy with that $ 50 and he really didn't ask for money very often. The man went to the door of the little boy's room and opened the door. DAD: "Are you asleep, son?" SON: "No daddy, I'm awake". DAD: "I've been thinking, maybe I was too hard on you earlier. It's been a long day and I took out my aggravation on you. Here's the $50 you asked for." The little boy sat straight up, smiling. SON: "Oh, thank you daddy!" Then, reaching under his pillow he pulled out some crumpled up bills. The man saw that the boy already had money, started to get angry again. The little boy slowly counted out his money, and then looked up at his father. DAD: "Why do you want more money if you already have some?" SON: "Because I didn't have enough, but now I do. "Daddy, I have $100 now. Can I buy an hour of your time? Please come home early tomorrow. I would like to have dinner with you." The father was crushed. He put his arms around his little son, and he begged for his forgiveness. It's just a short reminder to all of you working so hard in life. We should not let time slip through our fingers without having spent some time with those who really matter to us, those close to our hearts. Do remember to share that $100 worth of your time with someone you love? If we die tomorrow, the company that we are working for could easily replace us in a matter of days. But the family and friends we leave behind will feel the loss for the rest of their lives. And come to think of it, we pour ourselves more into work than to our family. Some things are more important
  7. NEW UNDERSTANDING, THAT ALMOST HAPPENS INADVERTED..... At the last meeting of the Watchtower, we were considering the article "Jehovah loves those who" bear fruit with endurance " In this article a new understanding on the part of the slave was opened to our mind. Paragraph 9 specifically says: "What is the fruit that we must produce?" Without a doubt, it must be something that we can all carry out, and what work has Jehovah commanded us all his servants? The preaching of the message of the Kingdom. Not many brothers and sisters captured this new understanding since they even came to quote me at the end of the meeting, an appointment that was made precisely the previous meeting based on a 2008 Watchtower, which says: 8:15. To be one of those who "retain [the word] and bear fruit with endurance", we must understand, assimilate and recognize the value of the Word of God. When we read the Bible and Christian publications, we need to pray and meditate. The first type of terrain is hard, the second is shallow and the third is full of thorns. The fourth, on the other hand, is a good land that produces fruit (Luke 8: 8). Remember that the sower of the parable can not control the results. Knowing this comforts all Christians and in particular those who have been many years, even decades, preaching faithfully without much apparent results. Why is that fact comforting them? The sower's fidelity is not measured by the results of their work. This was confirmed by Paul when he said: "Each person will receive his own reward according to his own work" (1 Corinthians 3: 8). What is rewarded is the work, not the results A sower of the word may not see that his work is bearing much fruit; however, that does not mean that you have been less diligent or faithful than others (end of quote) According to the brothers, what was said in paragraph 9 of the study of the Watchtower IS THE SAME thing that the Watchtower of 2008 already said. Even the one in 2010 and the one in 2015, said the same thing. BUT THEY ARE IN AN ERROR It really does not say the same thing. Let's look good. According to these ancient Watchtowers, what is called FRUIT? TO THE RESULTS, to the disciples. Therefore, the slave used to say that we should not worry if we do not get much fruit in the form of disciples. But now, the new understanding, makes us see that the FRUIT IS THE OWN PREACHING and that the seed that we sow, does not produce fruits, but more seeds. This understanding is more adjusted to Jehovah's way of thinking, where endurance applies more to the fruit of PREACHING, and is what our Father rewards.
  8. VERY SAD, WATCHING THIS I SAW THAT PICTURE WITH FOOD, WE CAN SEND INTO THE POOR AREA'S.... ALSO NICARAGUA AND STILL MANY OTHER POOR COUNTRIES !! LET'S PRAY FOR ALL PLEASE THANK YOU
  9. Queen Esther

    HUNGER IN VENEZUELA

    Seems to be the results of our bad sick world In many countries the same...
  10. Hello my dear friends :x

    After a serious time and one week in a hospital....  I'm back by Camping.  I had alot luck, yes.  And I hope, all is ok now.

    A great week to you all,  health and much Love from Germany❤️?

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      Guest

      I'm glad to hear you are back and doing better 

    3. Queen Esther

      Queen Esther

      Thanks to you all :)  I'm very thankful to be back ! 

      I had some problems with the Internet this year by Camping and  to same time suddenly big health problems. I needed the help from a hospital here.  But I not accepted 2 special investigations, bec. I was not in the right JW hospital...  too dangerous for me. Also not accepted 3 weeks in a Reha - Clinic, NO :D  I wanted go back to Camping again and my Comp.technic,  haha

      Living more healthy now should be enough !

      Many greetings to you, I missed you, yes❤️

       

    4. The Librarian

      The Librarian

      Oh my!!  This is the first time I have seen this news. What happened?

      Are you doing better since?

  11. Hello all my dear friends :x

    I am away for ca.8 weeks, by Camping.....

    This year some mystery difficulties with my Internet :( 

    Tmw. I buy a special  Mobile Wlan Router,  ( Hotspot, LTE, Cat 4 )

    Then I hope,  be back here on our website ! :D 

    Greetings to ALL, from our this year VERY hot North Germany....  always 30 -38' C. ???  ?☀️?

    ( more than on the Maldives... )

     

  12. Anastasia Makivich says: "I'm new here. I was baptized at our regional convention 2018, Saturday -7th July. It was the day I will remember forever. I'm glad to be one of Jehovah's servants Thank you for sharing your Video you are welcome! Welcome our dear sister Anastasia ❤ .•*¨`*•..¸♥☼♥¸.•*¨`*•. ❤
  13. Thanks so much, my dear Brothers and Sisters Many greetings from my last weeks very very hot North Germany☀️???? ( max.38' C.)
  14. They are born..... So many stars are born in the universe, And so small I feel before You! What glow is the dust of a verse, How much is Jehovah worth my life? How Jehovah is worth a star When galactics come out of your hand - Are you alive? Too Great God, what is my life? A moment from your eternal eternity! But your supreme gesture rages me, When for man You let him die, From your first universe Violin, The holy word for the first time! Everything you loved most, the first son, To taste death for everyone It is in spirit that man becomes alive And death to be ashamed! Your Jehovah's love barks me, And you give me power to overcome the fall, The pain worlds do not hurt, Taste Your Sweet Word Like Honey! ❤ .•*¨`*•..¸♥☼♥¸.•*¨`*•. ❤
  15. Also thank YOU, dear Brother @Alzasior Lutor..... Many nice summer greetings to you, from our very hot North Germany☀️??? PS. My iPad Internet Flatrate is perfect, but I need my Laptop for posting here.... hope, I work it with my son's help ! Wish you a nice sunday
  16. Hello all my dear friends :x

    I am away for ca.8 weeks, by Camping.....

    This year some mystery difficulties with my Internet :( 

    Tmw. I buy a special  Mobile Wlan Router,  ( Hotspot, LTE, Cat 4 )

    Then I hope,  be back here on our website ! :D 

    Greetings to ALL, from our this year VERY hot North Germany....  always 30 -38' C. ???  ?☀️?

    ( more than on the Maldives... )

     

  17. Thanks for your interesting comment, dear @wii.all.4.raro.... ? Many greetings from my home country, North Germany ??? ( just now a very rare, hot summer-time )
  18. Queen Esther

    Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Ahm a gonna be RICH!

    Yes, we'we some mystery users and members here.... I also got many different mails in good 2 years ! But we can't block Members I heard, sorry
  19. Texas, USA..... This baptism took place in Edinburgh, Texas on 07/07/18 in a state prison. For the first time we were allowed to take pictures. She cries for joy because she has reached her baptism and in the picture they ask the 2 most important questions for the candidates to baptize ❤ .•*¨`*•..¸♥☼♥¸.•*¨`*•. ❤
  20. You was right, @Gone Away.... my type mistake, sorry Not she, but HE Greetings from our just very hot North Germany ☀️????
  21. Setting the mind on the spirit means life and peace.—Rom. 8:6. This does not imply that a person needs to think and talk of nothing other than the Bible or his love for God and his hope for the future. Let us recall that Paul and others in the first century who pleased God were living rather normal lives in many respects. They consumed food and drink. Many married and enjoyed family life, working to support themselves. (Mark 6:3; 1 Thess. 2:9) However, those servants of God did not allow such normal aspects of life to become the center of their lives. After showing that Paul worked as a tentmaker, the record reveals what his life was centered on: He regularly gave attention to the Christian preaching and teaching work. (Acts 18:2-4; 20:20, 21, 34, 35) And those were the activities that he recommended to his brothers and sisters in Rome. Yes, Paul’s life centered on spiritual provisions and activities. The Romans needed to imitate him, and so do we.—Rom. 15:15, 16. w16.12 2:5, 15, 16 https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/dt/r1/lp-e/2018/7/22
  22. The one showing favor to the lowly is lending to Jehovah, and He will repay him for what he does.—Prov. 19:17. We can be sure that Jehovah appreciates every effort that we make to serve him. He understands any insecurities or self-doubts that we may have. He shows us compassion if financial burdens weigh us down or our health or emotions tend to limit our sacred service. And we can have full confidence in Jehovah’s tender regard for what his servants do to stay faithful to him. (Heb. 6:10, 11) Bear in mind, too, that we can approach the “Hearer of prayer” with the confidence that he will give attention to our concerns. (Ps. 65:2) “The Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort” will unstintingly give us the emotional and spiritual support that we need, perhaps doing so by means of our fellow worshippers. (2 Cor. 1:3) It touches Jehovah’s heart when we show compassion toward others. (Matt. 6:3, 4) And he promises to reward that kindness. w16.12 4:13, 14 https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/dt/r1/lp-e/2018/7/23
  23. Setting the mind on the spirit means life and peace.—Rom. 8:6. This does not imply that a person needs to think and talk of nothing other than the Bible or his love for God and his hope for the future. Let us recall that Paul and others in the first century who pleased God were living rather normal lives in many respects. They consumed food and drink. Many married and enjoyed family life, working to support themselves. (Mark 6:3; 1 Thess. 2:9) However, those servants of God did not allow such normal aspects of life to become the center of their lives. After showing that Paul worked as a tentmaker, the record reveals what his life was centered on: He regularly gave attention to the Christian preaching and teaching work. (Acts 18:2-4; 20:20, 21, 34, 35) And those were the activities that he recommended to his brothers and sisters in Rome. Yes, Paul’s life centered on spiritual provisions and activities. The Romans needed to imitate him, and so do we.—Rom. 15:15, 16. w16.12 2:5, 15, 16 https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/dt/r1/lp-e/2018/7/22
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