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  1. Chuckle only! Maybe Armageddon is going to start? 😳😂 An actual sinkhole has opened on the White House lawn. It’s growing
  2. Everybody Loves ❤️Jehovah! Joy of Teaching Travels Around the Earth! . .#Repost @kvkellylee ・・・ Grade 6 class Namibia . What must we do every day? Tap on Video Link mp4 _________🎥 B0758DA8-AB35-421B-B1D8-7EFED3195D5E.mp4
  3. Grade 1 class, Namibia. Who is God? Tap on Video Link mp4 ________ 🎥 B79DDB5F-E3E5-4807-8516-FCBAE541A643.MP4
  4. Children Love ❤️ Jehovah! Look 👀 Here! Teacher helping students show appreciation. Tap on Video Link mp4 ______ 🎥 D1770C4A-0C7E-40ED-8886-652B6BA2ABE1.MP4
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    What is the Truth on Numerology?

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    Who wrote the dead sea scrolls?

    Who wrote the dead sea scrolls? Our organization relies heavily on the translation of the new world into these rolls that appeared in clay pots in caves, according to the photo. The other photo exposes parts of these scrolls, which contain writings from the most ancient acquaintances of what is today the Bible. Who wrote the dead sea scrolls and what was qumran? For seven decades, Biblical scholars, historians and archaeologists have argued. The Famous Dead Sea Scrolls were written by the essenes, who had established qumran as a remote religious community. No, qumran was a fortress where the scrolls of the Jerusalem temple library were hidden just before the Roman Siege of Jerusalem. Or was qumran an important ceramic production center and the refugees had hidden the scrolls while fleeing during the great Jewish revolt? Where is the truth, if any truth is yet to be established? Twenty-five years after the rolls came out. The distinguished professor of Hebrew and other eastern languages at Harvard University Frank Moore cross summed up the current thought when he wrote "the dead sea scrolls and the people who wrote them" in biblical archaeology review in 1977: The Scrolls and the people who wrote them can be placed within a broad historical framework with relative certainty under the external controls provided by the archaeologist and the paleógrafo. The Essenes, a Jewish sect who lived in the remote desert in monastic isolation, were the authors of the scrolls, believed cross. He sums up his story: The Essenes of qumran were a community formed and guided by a group of priests. In the second half of the th century bc, after losing hope to recover his former authority in the theocracy of Jerusalem and under the active pursuit of a new house of reigning priests, they fled to the desert and, finding new hopes in apocalyptic dreams, prepared They themselves for the imminent trial when their enemies would be defeated and they, the chosen of God, would receive the final victory according to the predictions of the prophets. These evolved priests were undoubtedly the authors of the dead sea scrolls, according to cross. The evidence was clear as the crystal. The certainty was fleeting. For 1990, in Bible review, Lawrence H. Schiffman was convinced that either the sect sect was not esenia, but was saducea, or that the movement had to be fully redefined as emerging from the beginnings of the sadducees. The Origins of the scrolls themselves have also been challenged. The expert in dead sea scrolls schiffman, professor of and Hebrews studies and the director of the global institute of advanced research in Jewish studies at the university of New York, wrote: Scholars used to think that the library was entirely the product of the inhabitants of qumran. Instead, you can now say, this treasure trove includes material that represents a variety of Jewish groups, as well as controversy against other Jewish groups. Finally, schiffman refutes a recent proposition that qumran was clearly a fortress, not a religious settlement, while pointing out that the graves of women and children found there indicate that the place was neither fortress nor monastery. The truth, at last? Today we have the most recent grant from Sidnie White Crawford, professor at the department of classical and religious studies at the university of Nebraska, Lincoln, and member of the publication team of scrolls. Crawford returns us to the hypothesis, this time using completely different archaeological evidence that had not been quoted previously. Indeed, a casual student of biblical history cannot be blamed for experiencing confusion beyond tolerance in the face of this constantly changing scholarship.
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    Truth or Consequences? Which One?

    Truth or Consequences? Which One? A missionary from a distant town was transfer to a city. Some weeks after his arrival, he had an appointment that made him to board a bus to another part of the city. When he sat down, he discovered that the driver had mistakenly given him his balance in excess of #50. As he considered what to do, he thought within him, 'You'd better give this money back. It would be wrong to keep it'. Then another thought came, "Oh, forget it, it's only #50; who would worry about this little amount, after all the bus company makes so much money on fares; they will never miss it. Accept it as 'a gift from God' and keep quiet. "When he was getting down from the bus, he paused momentarily at the door, and then handed the #50 to the driver and said, 'Take; the balance you gave me was over'. The driver, with a smile, replied,'Aren't you the new preacher in town?' 'Yes I am' he replied.'Well, I have been thinking a lot lately about where to go to worship. I just wanted to see what you would do if I give you balance in excess. I'll worship with you at your kingdom hall this Sunday. When the missionary stepped off the bus, he grabbed a nearby electric pole, looked up and said, 'Oh Jehovah I almost sold your sheep for #50. Our lifestyles are the only Bible some people will ever read. This is just a subtle example of how much people watch us as Jehovah witness, and will put us to the test! Always be on guard -- and remember -- You carry the name of Jehovah on your forehead and shoulders once you call yourself a Jehovah's witness. 'Watch your thoughts;they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habits. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; it mean ur life'. I'm glad a friend forwarded this to me as a reminder and I chose to forward it to you. Now you would have reminded someone of serving Jah whole souled. After reading this it remind me what the bible book of 2cor 6vs3 say, In no way are we giving any cause for stumbling, so that no fault may be found with our ministry. Thank you Obinna Onwueme
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    Is the UN preparing to attack Religion?

    @The Librarian Jehovah Knows! Be Courageous!
  9. Be Courageous! Rely on Jehovah! Like The Boy David did! Who Won the Victory? JEHOVAH! 👑 🏹🎯☄️🗯 His Reliance on Jehovah saved himself and others! What Lesson for Us?
  10. YOUR HISTORY! In 1958 when Brooklyn tours were still going strong. At the end of this month (May) the tours comprising of 117 Adams St. and 90 Sands St. complex in Brooklyn will cease forever. A new chapter will soon begin at Warwick. (Credit: @master_o_sass)(Archives)
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    Signature of Isaiah Discovered in Jerusalem

    @Julie Bayley Thank Jehovah and your comments to encourage others here! The Truth of the Bible is undeniably true! FACTS Jehovah Bless! ❤️👑❤️👑❤️
  12. Spring at Warwick Bethel New World Headquarters Warwick, New York, USA...
  13. IS MONEY THE FIRST THING IN YOUR LIFE? CAN'T LIFE WITHOUT? 💰💸💵💴💰 (Proverbs 18:11) The valuable things of the rich are his strong town, and they are like a protective wall in his imagination." The spirit of the world promotes “the desire of the eyes” by encouraging greed and materialism. (1 John 2:16) because everything in the world—the desire of the flesh and the desire of the eyes and the showy display of one’s means of life—does not originate with the Father, but originates with the world." It has nurtured in many a determination to be rich. (1 Timothy 6:9-10) However, those who are determined to be rich fall into temptation and a snare and many senseless and hurtful desires, which plunge men into destruction and ruin. 10 For the love of money is a root of all sorts of injurious things, and by reaching out for this love some have been led astray from the faith and have stabbed themselves all over with many pains." That spirit would have us believe that a stockpile of material things will provide lasting security. We should ask ourselves, ‘Has my life become focused on a quest for material comforts and pleasures?’ By contrast, God’s spirit-inspired Word encourages us to have a balanced view of money and to work hard to provide material necessities for ourselves and our family. (1 Timothy 5:8) Certainly if anyone does not provide for those who are his own, and especially for those who are members of his household, he has disowned the faith and is worse than a person without faith." God’s spirit helps those who receive it to reflect Jehovah’s generous personality. Such ones are known as givers, not takers. They value people more highly than things and gladly share what they have when they can afford to do so. (Proverbs 3:27-28) Do not hold back good from those to whom it is owing, when it happens to be in the power of your hand to do [it]. 28 Do not say to your fellowman: “Go, and come back and tomorrow I shall give,” when there is something with you." And they never allow the pursuit of money to take precedence over serving God.
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    Purple Flower in Vancouver, WA

    @admin Rhododendrum Beautiful is it not? 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸