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  1. Jehovah said to Joseph: “Get up, take the young child and his mother and flee to Egypt, and stay there until I give you word, for Herod is about to search for the young child to kill him.” Interestingly, Jehovah had always spoken directly to Mary before she became engaged to Joseph. Why did Jehovah now only communicate through Joseph? It is because Jehovah respects the headship arrangement. Certainly a good example for all of us to do likewise. ????????
  2. IMAGINE A NEW WORLD ? WITHOUT PAIN ?????? Earthly life without corruption. What about others of mankind who do not receive heavenly life? The apostle John quotes Jesus as saying: “For God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, in order that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life.” (Joh 3:16) In his parable of the sheep and the goats, those of the nations separated on Jesus’ right side as sheep enter “into everlasting life.” (Mt 25:46) Paul speaks of “God’s sons” and “joint heirs with Christ” and says that “the eager expectation of the creation is waiting for the revealing of the sons of God.” Then he says, “the creation itself also will be set free from enslavement to corruption and have the glorious freedom of the children of God.” (Ro 8:14-23) Adam when created as a perfect human was a “son [or child] of God.” (Lu 3:38) The prophetic vision of Revelation 21:1-4 points to the time of “a new heaven” and “a new earth” and gives the promise that then “death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.” Since this promise is given, not to spirit creatures, but specifically to “mankind,” it gives assurance that a newearthly society of humankind living under the “newheaven” will experience restoration of mind and body to fullness of health and everlasting life as earthly “children of God.” Tap on Video Link mp4 ______Enjoy! ? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1200002739?q=new+world+without+pain&p=par CFA8F3F0-000A-46BF-B0C5-2EBF053181FE.MP4
  3. Local cong in BsAs made the “Jehovah will help you be Bold and brave ” drama. Lil'Abril played the young Israely girl wich fit her like a glove because at her young age she defends the truth just like the young Israely girl. ???????? @andr8z Thank You
  4. Children will praise your name! ????? Lia took my brochure Listen to God and called our neighbor, Anabelle. Lia gave it to her then started browsing it. I let them be, thinking that they were only playing. When it came to Noah’s picture, I donÂ’t know why but Lia called me. I found out that Anabelle do not know Noah so I told them the story. After a while I asked Anabelle if she wanted a bible study. She started to say no when Lia stood up and run inside the house. I was surprised she came back with a Bible and the book Bible Teach. IÂ’ll ask the girl again tomorrow about a bible study because in the end they went inside the house and played. Â #jw
  5. The little one will become a thousand And the small one a mighty nation. I myself, Jehovah, will speed it up in its own time. - Isa 60:22 ????? This is a galaxy that is moving at over 2 million mph. It's going so fast, that the gas is being pulled out of it because it can't keep up. ????? Scientists don't know what force caused this galaxy to move so fast. We may not know exactly what force did this, but we know the source of the power behind that force. ????? Jehovah. Driver of the celestial chariot that we, our congregations, circuits, zones, and even the governing body are so desperately trying to keep up with. ????? May we be like the stars in that galaxy, keeping up with the chariot through regular meeting attendance, prayer, and talking to people about Jehovah whenever we can. We don't want to be like the gas, dragging behind. And just think. The force that will help us keep up with that chariot is the same force that can send galaxies flying. ?????
  6. God is very approachable. Just as a loving father is glad to have his children speak freely with him, Jehovah God welcomes our prayers. At the same time, like any wise father, God has good reasons for not answering some requests. ???????? The apostle John explains: “This is the confidence that we have toward him, that, no matter what it is that we ask according to his will, he hears us.” (1 John 5:14) ???????? Our requests must be in harmony with GodÂ’s will. Some pray for things that are clearly not GodÂ’s will. Others pray with improper motives. The disciple James warns against such abuse of prayer, saying: “You do ask, and yet you do not receive, because you are asking for a wrong purpose, that you may expend it upon your cravings for sensual pleasure.”—James 4:3. ???????? On the other hand, Jehovah will always listen to the sincere prayers of worshippers who are doing their best to serve him according to his will. ???????? The apostle Paul prayed for relief from what he called his “thorn in the flesh.” (2 Corinthians 12:7) This “thorn” may refer to a chronic eye affliction or to the constant harassment of opposers and “false brothers.” (2 Corinthians 11:26; Galatians 4:14, 15) Paul wrote: “I three times entreated the Lord that it might depart from me.” However, God knew that if Paul continued preaching despite this nagging “thorn in the flesh,” it would clearly demonstrate GodÂ’s power and PaulÂ’s implicit trust in Him. So rather than grant PaulÂ’s request, God told him: “My power is being made perfect in weakness.”—2 Corinthians 12:8, 9. ???????? Yes, God knows better than we do whether granting certain requests is in our best interests. Jehovah always responds for our good, in harmony with his loving purposes recorded in the Bible. jw.org
  7. "For I will pour out water on the thirsty one And flowing streams on the dry ground.I will pour out my spirit on your offspring And my blessing on your descendants." (Isaiah 44:3) - ????? Even in hot, dry country, stands of trees can flourish by water sources. When Jehovah provides his life-giving waters of truth and pours out his holy spirit, Israel will flourish mightily, like trees alongside irrigation canals. (Psalm 1:3; Jeremiah 17:7, 8) Jehovah will give his people the strength to carry out their role as witnesses to his Godship. ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102001025?q=isa+44%3A3&p=par
  8. A prayer of the oppressed one when he is in despair and pours out his concern before Jehovah. ????? 16 For Jehovah will rebuild Zion; He will appear in his glory. 17 He will pay attention to the prayer of the destitute; He will not despise their prayer. 18 This is written for the future generation, So that a people yet to be brought forth will praise Jah. 19 For he looks down from his holy height, From the heavens Jehovah views the earth, 20 To hear the sighing of the prisoner, To release those sentenced to death, 21 So that the name of Jehovah will be declared in Zion And his praise in Jerusalem, 22 When the peoples and kingdoms Gather together to serve Jehovah." Psalm 102:16-22 fin.
  9. Why should you serve the true and living God? ????? Revelation 4:11 gives the main reason: “You are worthy, Jehovah, even our God, to receive the glory and the honor and the power, because you created all things, and because of your will they existed and were created.” Jehovah is the wonderful Creator of everything in existence. How beautiful the earth is! The trees, the flowers, the animals, the oceans, the mountains, and the waterfalls—Jehovah has made them all. ????? “The earth is full of [GodÂ’s] productions,” states Psalm 104:24. ????? How grateful we can be that Jehovah has lovingly given us a body and a mind that allow us to enjoy the earth and the good things on it! Should not heartfelt appreciation for the wondrous creation make us want to serve him! ????? Beautiful Japanese Maple by Stanley Zimny ????? Tap on Video Link mp4 ____Enjoy! 1B2BA072-727D-4E1D-83E1-7674CD20A41A.MP4
  10. Psalm 13:5, 65 “As for me, I trust in your loyal love; My heart will rejoice in your acts of salvation. 6 I will sing to Jehovah, for he has richly rewarded me.” ????? Anxiety Anxiety has two faces. One is a liability; the other, an asset. The Bible helps us to recognize both kinds. Is it normal to be anxious? ??? THE REALITY Anxiety involves feelings of uneasiness, nervousness, or worry. Because we live in an uncertain world, bouts of anxiety can overtake any of us. WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS ????? King David wrote: “How long will I have anxious concern, with grief in my heart each day?” (Psalm 13:2) What helped David to cope? He poured out his heart to God in prayer, trusting fully in God’s loyal love. (Psalm 13:5; 62:8) In fact, God invites us to unburden ourselves to him. “Throw all your anxiety on [God], because he cares for you,” says 1 Peter 5:7. ????? Often, though, we can allay anxieties by addressing them in a practical way. For example, when the Bible writer Paul felt “anxiety for all the congregations,” he worked hard to comfort and encourage those for whom he was concerned. (2 Corinthians 11:28) In that respect, his anxiety proved to be an asset, for it moved him to extend needed help. The same can be true of us. The opposite attitude—apathy or indifference—would indicate a lack of loving concern.—Proverbs 17:17. ????? How can you deal with undue anxiety? THE REALITY People may be anxious about past misdeeds, the future, or finances.* ??????? WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS Concern about past misdeeds: Before becoming Christians, some people in the first century were drunkards, extortioners, sexually immoral, and thieves. (1 Corinthians 6:9-11) Rather than dwell on their past, they changed their ways and trusted in God’s great mercy, which he extends willingly. “With you [God] there is true forgiveness, so that you may be held in awe,” says Psalm 130:4. ??????? Uncertainty about tomorrow: “Never be anxious about the next day,” said Jesus Christ, “for the next day will have its own anxieties.” (Matthew 6:25, 34) His point? Address today’s concerns. Do not compound them by bringing tomorrow’s forward, which can cloud judgment and lead to rash decisions. Also keep in mind that many anxieties may later prove to be unwarranted. Money worries: A wise man once prayed: “Give me neither poverty nor riches.” (Proverbs 30:8) Instead, he sought contentment—a feeling that merits God’s approval. At Hebrews 13:5, we read: “Let your way of life be free of the love of money, while you are content with the present things. For [God] has said: ‘I will never leave you, and I will never abandon you.’” Unlike money, which can—and does—fail, God never fails those who trust in him and lead a simple life. ????? “I have not seen anyone righteous abandoned, nor his children looking for bread.”—Psalm 37:25. Will we ever be free of anxiety? ????????????????????????? WHAT PEOPLE SAY “We are entering a new age of anxiety,” said journalist Harriet Green in a 2008 article in The Guardian. In 2014, Patrick O’Connor wrote in The Wall Street Journal that “Americans are registering record levels of anxiety.” WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS ????? “Anxiety in a man’s heart weighs it down, but a good word cheers it up.” (Proverbs 12:25) An especially “good word” can be found in the good news of God’s Kingdom. (Matthew 24:14) That Kingdom, a government by God, will soon do what we alone could never do—eliminate all anxiety by removing the root causes, including sickness and death! “[God] will wipe out every tear from [our] eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.”—Revelation 21:4. ????? “May the God who gives hope fill you with all joy and peace by your trusting in him.”—Romans 15:13. Note: ? People suffering from serious anxiety disorders may be wise to consult a doctor. Awake! does not recommend any particular therapy or treatment. https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/102016047?q=ps+13%3A5&p=par
  11. “Let your brotherly love continue.”—HEBREWS 13:1. ????? The most important reason to show brotherly love is that Jehovah tells us to do so. We cannot really love Jehovah if we refuse to love our brothers. (1 John 4:7, 20, 21) Another reason is that we need one another, especially during difficult times. When Paul wrote his letter to the Hebrew Christians, he knew that soon some would have to leave their homes and personal things. Jesus had described how difficult that time would be. (Mark 13:14-18; Luke 21:21-23) So before that time came, those Christians would need to strengthen their love for one another.—Romans 12:9. ????? We need to strengthen our brotherly love now because it will help us to endure whatever trials we may have in the future ????? The greatest tribulation in mankindÂ’s history is coming soon. (Mark 13:19; Revelation 7:1-3) We will need to obey the counsel: “Go, my people, enter your inner rooms, and shut your doors behind you. Hide yourself for a brief moment until the wrath has passed by.” (Isaiah 26:20) Those “inner rooms” may refer to our congregations. That is where we worship Jehovah with our brothers and sisters. But we must do more than just meet together regularly. Paul reminded the Hebrew Christians that they should encourage one another to show love and to do good for one another. (Hebrews 10:24, 25) We need to strengthen our brotherly love now because it will help us to end ????? ?“Do not forget hospitality.” (Read Hebrews 13:2.) ?“Keep in mind those in prison.” (Read Hebrews 13:3.) ?“Let marriage be honorable among all.” (Read Hebrews 13:4.) ?Be “content with the present things.” (Read Hebrews 13:5.) ?“Be of good courage.” (Read Hebrews 13:6.) ?“Remember those who are taking the lead.” (Read Hebrews 13:7, 17.) SOME EXPRESSIONS EXPLAINED ? Brotherly love: A strong, warm feeling between family members or close friends. As JehovahÂ’s Witnesses, we do not pretend to be brothers and sisters. We are brothers and sisters Tap on Video Link mp4 ___Enjoy! https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/402016042?q=heb+13%3A1&p=par#h=21 106DD5D4-B800-4C62-80A4-C78A4BF41F9A.mp4
  12. "O Lord, I am conscious that a man’s way is not in himself: man has no power of guiding his steps." (Jer. 10:23) “The Bible in Basic English.” ????? - Bible Speaks - https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102015151?q=jer+10%3A23&p=par
  13. Proverbs 2:1-6 – "My son, if you will receive my sayings and treasure up my own commandments with yourself, 2 so as to pay attention to wisdom with your ear, that you may incline your heart to discernment; 3 if, moreover, you call out for understanding itself and you give forth your voice for discernment itself, 4 if you keep seeking for it as for silver, and as for hid treasures you keep searching for it, 5 in that case you will understand the fear of Jehovah, and you will find the very knowledge of God. 6 For Jehovah himself gives wisdom; out of his mouth there are knowledge and discernment."Â ?????
  14. Thank you ????? - #Repost @jw_kingdommelodiespiano ・・・ Song 139 "See Yourself When All is New" Tap on Video Link mp4 _____Enjoy! IMG_9024.MP4
  15. "With the exception of two these are the pioneers from Rockwood Park Congregation in Chesterfield, Virginia. Nine of us are new pioneers. ????? The differing circumstances of each of us really proves that with JehovahÂ’s help anything is possible. One brother is in his 80Â’s, while another brother started straight out of high school. ????? There are four married couples, and many with full-time jobs. Some of us, like my husband and I, have children at home (we have 4 under 8). One sister is a single mom with two teenagers, while another sister is caregiver to her husband who is wheelchair bound. ????? One sister is a widow, and another young sister is making use of her gift of singleness. ????? Two of our pioneers are elders and two are ministerial servants. Some of this group have been pioneering for years, while others of us are just getting started. ????? Regardless of our circumstances, we are all so thankful to Jehovah to have the privilege of sharing in full-time service. Thank you ?Â
  16. "Praise Jehovah from the earth, You great sea creatures and all deep waters." (Psalms 148:7). ????? Oarfish are large, greatly elongated, pelagiclampriform fish belonging to the small familyRegalecidae.[1] Found in all temperate to tropical oceans yet rarely seen, the oarfish family contains four species in two genera. One of these, the giant oarfish (Regalecus glesne), is the longest bony fish alive, growing up to 11 m (36 ft) in length. That is not enough to qualify as the longest fish, however, as some of the cartilaginous fish such as the basking shark and whale shark are even longer. ????? The common name oarfish is thought to be in reference either to their highly compressed and elongated bodies, or to the now discredited belief that the fish "row" themselves through the water with their pelvic fins.[2] The family name Regalecidae is derived from the Latinregalis, meaning "royal". The occasional beachings of oarfish after storms, and their habit of lingering at the surface when sick or dying, make oarfish a probable source of many sea serpent tales. Although the larger species are considered game fish and are fished commercially to a minor extent, oarfish are rarely caught alive; their flesh is not well regarded for eating due to its gelatinous consistency.[3] Picture enclosed of servicemen:' United States servicemen holding a 23-foot (7.0 m) giant oarfish, found washed up on the shore near San Diego, California, in September 1996 ????? SEA MONSTER This generally translates the Hebrew word tan·nin? (tan·nim?, “sea monster” at Eze 29:3 and “marine monster” at Eze 32:2). This term is rendered “big snake” when not mentioned in connection with the sea or water (Jer 51:34) or when a reference to snakes is definitely indicated by the context. (Ex 7:9, 12; compare Ex 4:2, 3.) Undoubtedly tan·nin? includes a variety of large marine animals (Ge 1:21; Ps 148:7) ????? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oarfish#
  17. Don't let fear and anger, grief, worry, stress take over your body....they destroy the body! - We have a resting place with Jehovah! - The wicked will be shown up! - ????? We need to Pray for deliverance and put it in Jehovah's hands....He says: "They will do no harm nor cause any ruin in all my holy mountain,” Jehovah has said. This is what Jehovah has said: “The heavens are my throne, and the earth is my footstool." ????? (1 Peter 3:10-18) . . .For, “he that would love life and see good days, let him restrain his tongue from what is bad and [his] lips from speaking deception, 11 but let him turn away from what is bad and do what is good; let him seek peace and pursue it. 12 For [the] eyes of Jehovah are upon the righteous ones, and his ears are toward their supplication; but [the] face of Jehovah is against those doing bad things.” 13 Indeed, who is the man that will harm YOU if YOU become zealous for what is good? 14 But even if YOU should suffer for the sake of righteousness, YOU are happy." ????? (Isaiah 65:24-66:2) . . .And it will actually occur that before they call out I myself shall answer; while they are yet speaking, I myself shall hear. 25 “The wolf and the lamb themselves will feed as one, and the lion will eat straw just like the bull; and as for the serpent, his food will be dust. They will do no harm nor cause any ruin in all my holy mountain,” Jehovah has said. 66 This is what Jehovah has said: “The heavens are my throne, and the earth is my footstool. Where, then, is the house that YOU people can build for me, and where, then, is the place as a resting-place for me?” 2 “Now all these things my own hand has made, so that all these came to be,” is the utterance of Jehovah. “To this one, then, I shall look, to the one afflicted and contrite in spirit and trembling at my word." ????? jw.org
  18. "Jehovah is our Judge, Jehovah is our Statute-giver, Jehovah is our King."—Isa. 33:22. - ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102002027?q=jehovah+creator&p=par
  19. Thank you ????? Song 132 "Now We Are One" Tap on Video Link mp4 ____Enjoy! @jw_kingdommelodiespiano IMG_8612.MP4
  20. THE POPE'S CHURCH IS THE LARGEST, RICHEST CORPORATION IN THE WORLD. ????? Matthew 19:21-24 - Jesus said to him: "If you want to be perfect, go sell your belongings and give to the poor, and you will have treasures in heaven; and come be my follower." When the young man heard this, he went away grieved, for he had many possessions. Then Jesus said to his disciples: "Truly I say to you that it will be difficult for a rich man to enter the kingdom of the heavens. Again I say to you, it is easier for a camel to get through a needle's eye then for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God." Please Visit: JW.Org. A Revelation to John 18 "After this I saw another angel descending from heaven with great authority, and the earth was illuminated by his glory. 2 And he cried out with a strong voice, saying: “She has fallen! Babylon the Great has fallen, and she has become a dwelling place of demons and a place where every unclean spirit and every unclean and hated bird lurks! 3 For because of the wine of the passion of her sexual immorality, all the nations have fallen victim, and the kings of the earth committed sexual immorality with her, and the merchants of the earth became rich owing to the power of her shameless luxury.” 4 And I heard another voice out of heaven say: “Get out of her, my people, if you do not want to share with her in her sins, and if you do not want to receive part of her plagues. 5 For her sins have massed together clear up to heaven, and God has called her acts of injustice to mind. 6 Repay her in the way she treated others, yes, pay her back double for the things she has done; in the cup she has mixed, mix a double portion for her. 7 To the extent that she glorified herself and lived in shameless luxury, to that extent give her torment and mourning. For she keeps saying in her heart: ‘I sit as queen, and I am not a widow, and I will never see mourning.’ 8 That is why in one day her plagues will come, death and mourning and famine, and she will be completely burned with fire, because Jehovah God, who judged her, is strong. 9 “And the kings of the earth who committed sexual immorality with her and lived with her in shameless luxury will weep and beat themselves in grief over her when they see the smoke from her burning. 10 They will stand at a distance because of their fear of her torment and say: ‘Too bad, too bad, you great city, Babylon you strong city, because in one hour your judgment has arrived!’" (Revelation 18:1-10.) Tap on Video Link mp4 ____Time is Short! IMG_8326.mp4
  21. "Go therefore and make disciples of people of all the nations."—(Matt. 28:19) ????? As followers of Christ, we pattern our ministry after his example. Hence, we leave no stone unturned when it comes to giving “a thorough witness.” (Acts 10:42) Like Jesus, we call on people in their homes. (Acts 5:42) We adjust our schedule, if necessary, so that we can call at a time when they are more likely to be at home. We also search out and discreetly preach to people in public places—on streets, in parks, in stores, and in the workplace. ????? We keep “working hard and exerting ourselves” in the ministry, for we take this work seriously. (1 Timothy 4:10) Deep, heartfelt love for others motivates us to keep looking for opportunities to preach wherever and whenever people can be found.—1 Thessalonians 2:8. ????? Another way that Jesus trained his disciples was by providing them with extensive instruction. Before sending out first the 12 apostles and later the 70 disciples to preach, Jesus held what amounted to training sessions. (Matthew 10:1-15; Luke 10:1-12) ????? The training produced good results, for Luke 10:17reports: “The seventy returned with joy.” Let us consider two of the important lessons Jesus taught, keeping in mind that his words are to be understood against the background of Jewish customs in Bible times. ????? Jesus taught his disciples to trust in Jehovah. He told them: “Do not procure gold or silver or copper for your girdle purses, or a food pouch for the trip, or two undergarments, or sandals or a staff; for the worker deserves his food.” (Matthew 10:9, 10) ????? It was common for travelers to take along a girdle purse for money, a food pouch for provisions, and an extra pair of sandals.* By instructing his disciples not to worry about such things, Jesus was, in effect, saying: “Place your trust entirely in Jehovah, for he will take care of your needs.” Jehovah would provide for them by moving those who accepted the good news to extend hospitality, which was a custom in Israel.—Luke 22:35. ????? Jesus also taught his disciples to avoid unnecessary distractions. He said: “Do not embrace anybody in greeting along the road.” (Luke 10:4) Was Jesus telling them to be cool or aloof? Not at all. In Bible times, greetings often involved much more than a simple hello. ????? Customary greetings included various formalities and lengthy conversation. One Bible scholar states: “Salutations among the Orientals did not consist, as among us, of a slight bow, or extension of the hand, but [were] performed by many embraces, and inclinations, and even prostrations of the body on the ground. All this required much time.” By telling his disciples not to engage in the customary greetings, Jesus was, in a sense, saying: “You must make the most of your time, for the message you bear is urgent.”* ????? We take to heart the instructions that Jesus gave his first-century disciples. In carrying out our ministry, we place our complete trust in Jehovah. (Proverbs 3:5, 6) We know that we will never lack the necessities of life if we “keep . . . seeking first the kingdom.” (Matthew 6:33) ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102007051?q=matt+28%3A19&p=par
  22. "If . . . it produces fruit in the future, well and good; but if not, you shall cut it down."—Luke 13:9. - ????? Jesus used trees in some of his illustrations stressing the need for fruitfulness in true righteousness, as John the Baptizer had done before him. (Mt 3:10; 7:15-20) Since fruit trees were taxed in Palestine in that time, an unproductive tree (as good as dead) was an undesirable burden to the owner and, hence, a tree to be chopped down and destroyed. (Lu 13:6-9) ????? Not to be presumed upon. While Jehovah has great mercy toward those who draw near to him in sincerity, he will by no means exempt from punishment those who are unrepentant and really deserving of punishment. (Ex 34:6, 7) A person cannot presume on God’s mercy; he cannot sin with complete impunity or be exempted from the natural results or outworking of his wrong course of action. (Ga 6:7, 8; compare Nu 12:1-3, 9-15; 2Sa 12:9-14.) ????? Jehovah may mercifully show patience and long-suffering, giving persons the opportunity to correct their wrong course; though manifesting disapproval, he may not completely abandon them but may mercifully continue supplying them a measure of aid and direction. (Compare Ne 9:18, 19, 27-31.) But if they do not respond, his patience has its limits and he withdraws his mercy and acts against them for his own name’s sake.—Isa 9:17;63:7-10; Jer 16:5-13, 21; compare Lu 13:6-9. ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1200002994?q=luke+13%3A9&p=par
  23. How to spell “ENCOURAGEMENT” E- Stands for ENDURANCE in what is good It encourages others to do the things they should. N- Is for NEIGHBORS for whom grief disappears When the marvelous comfort of God's Word they hear. C- Is for COURAGE our dear brothers show Regardless of hardships, to meetings they go. O- Calls for OBEDIENCE to god rather than men Even our youths for the true faith contend. U- Stands for UPBUILDING conversation we employ In bringing to others real happiness and joy. R- Reminds us of the future REWARD we so highly prize Which we need to keep constantly before our eyes. A- Is for ATTENTIVE listeners which Christians want to be To encourage others might just hold the key. G- Stands for GOOD news we want to impart At every opportunity to build up mind and heart. E- Calls for EXPERIENCES that bring Jehovah praise That motivate others to walk in His ways. M- Is for God's MERCY of which we have received It should move us to help others believe. E- Calls for EMPATHY - defined as fellow feeling As well as giving the Kingdom hope they're needing. N- Is for not NEGLECTING the sick and the ill Encouraging them to continue to do God's will. T- Stands for TIME spent teaching the truth to others That they will be encouraged to become our Brothers and Sisters ???????
  24. ????? Song 38 "He Will Make You Strong" SONG 38 He Will Make You Strong! (1 Peter 5:10) 1. There was a reason why God brought the truth to you And called you from the darkness to the light. Within your heart, he saw the longing that you had To search for him and practice what is right. You promised him in prayer to do his will; He helped you then, and he will help you still. (CHORUS) With Jesus’ blood He bought you, to God you now belong. So he will make you firm, and he will make you strong. He’ll guide you and protect you, as he has all along. Yes, he will make you firm, and he will make you strong. 2. God gave his own beloved Son in your behalf; On this account, He wants you to succeed. If He did not withhold the gift of His dear Son, Then never doubt He’ll give the strength you need. He won’t forget the faith and love you’ve shown; He will not fail to care for all His own. (CHORUS) With Jesus’ blood He bought you, to God you now belong. So he will make you firm, and he will make you strong. He’ll guide you and protect you, as he has all along. Yes, he will make you firm, and he will make you strong. (See also Rom. 8:32; 14:8, 9; Heb. 6:10; 1 Pet. 2:9. Tap for Video Link mp4 ______Enjoy! IMG_8286.MP4
  25. Thank you ??????? Song 135 "Jehovah's Warm Appeal: "Be Wise, My Son" @/jw_kingdommelodiespiano #jw #jwitalia #jwitaly #jwworld #jehovahswitnesses #singtojehovah #jwmusic #jwrome #jwonly #jwfriends #jworg #jwbrasil #jwfamily #jwfriends #jwjapan #dontgiveup #jwmelody #jwmusic #jwespaña #jwengland #jwrussia #jwportugal #thebestlifeever #jwbroadcasting #singingtojehovah #kingdomsong #tj #kingdommelody #nontiarrendere #jwlife #onlyjw #jwvenezuela #jwbrasil #jwfamily Tap on Video Link mp4 ____Enjoy! IMG_8162.mp4
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