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  1. Be Wise—Fear God! –????? “The fear of Jehovah is the start of wisdom.” (Proverbs 9:10) ????? “Do not be afraid on their account. Jehovah the great and the fear-inspiring One keep in your mind.” (Nehemiah 4:14) ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2006565?q=fear&p=par
  2. “Keep Your Minds Fixed on the Things Above” “Keep your minds fixed on the things above, not on the things on the earth.”—COLOSSIANS 3:2. ????? Have we allowed the world’s view of money and possessions to affect us? We show what we really love by what we think about and what we do. Jesus explained this when he said: “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Matthew 6:21) We need to ask ourselves what is most important to us. Do we spend a lot of time worrying about money, thinking about getting a better job, or trying to have a more comfortable way of life? Or do we try to live a simple life and focus on our relationship with Jehovah? (Matthew 6:22) Jesus said that if we focus on storing up “treasures on the earth,” we may lose our relationship with Jehovah.—Matthew 6:19, 20, 24. ????? We are imperfect, so it is easy for us to do things that are wrong. (Read Romans 7:21-25.) If we do not rely on God’s holy spirit, we might become involved in “wild parties and drunkenness,” immorality, or even “brazen conduct,” having no respect for God’s laws. (Romans 13:12, 13) We are constantly fighting our imperfect tendencies. We can win this fight only if we keep our minds fixed on the things above. This requires effort, which is why Paul said: “I pummel my body and lead it as a slave.” (1 Corinthians 9:27) We too need to be strict with ourselves. Let us discuss the examples of two faithful men who did their best to please God.—Hebrews 11:6. ????? SOME EXPRESSIONS EXPLAINED “Keep your minds fixed on the things above”: We do this when we put Jehovah and his Kingdom first in our lives. We are always thinking about how Jehovah feels and views matters, and we think about the future blessings he has promised us. These thoughts affect how we behave, speak, and use our life ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/402014767?q=focus+on+jehovah&p=par#h=30
  3. Almighty God Jehovah is the Creator of heaven and earth. He did not create the earth simply for nothing but he wills to have it filled with people who love him and who want to worship him. ????? When he says “I am Jehovah and there is no one else”, he will show himself to be just that when he makes this earth into a symbol of his Universal Sovereignty. ????? The earth and it’s inhabitants will reflect who Jehovah God is and what kind of power his Kingdom has for all time! - Isa 45:18, Hab 2:14. Tap on Video Link mp4 ____Enjoy! 1 GIF Picture (moving) 1 Regular Picture IMG_7866.MP4
  4. In What Ways Does Jehovah Love Us? ????? The Bible does not reveal whether God created life onany of the other planets in the universe. However, astronomers today have not found proof that life exists on any of these planets and, in fact, know of no planet besides the earth that is at present capable of supporting the life of fleshly creatures. ????? Consider the earth, which Jehovah, the Maker, “has given to the sons of men.” (Ps. 115:15, 16) Scientists have spent vast amounts of money on space explorations to find other earthlike planets. Although hundreds of planets have been identified, scientists are disappointed that not one of those planets has the intricate balance of conditions that makes human lifepossible, as the earth does. ????? The earth appears to be unique among all of God’s creation. Just imagine, out of the unknown number of planets that exist in the Milky Way and beyond, Jehovah created the earth to be not merely a habitable place but a comfortable, beautiful, and safe home for his human creation! (Isa. 45:18) This reflects how Jehovah must love us.—Read Job 38:4, 7; Psalm 8:3-5. ????? Some believe that there is life somewhere out there like us. If there is life like us, Jehovah would have to have been their creator. Is this not true? But he has not mentioned to us anything about their existence. ????? We would need to know if he has established his right to rule over them. Because if he has, then perhaps we don’t need to suffer anymore to prove the universal issue of his right to exercise his sovereign rulership over all creation. ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2015684?q=life+on+other+planets&p=par
  5. “Praise Jah!”—Why? “Praise Jah! . . . How pleasant and fitting it is to praise him!”—PSALM 147:1. ????? The psalmist looked at the sky and said that Jehovah “counts the number of the stars” and “calls all of themby name.” (Psalm 147:4) The psalmist could see the stars, but he had no idea of how many there really are. ????? Today, scientists know that there are billions of stars in our galaxy. And there may be trillions of galaxies in the universe! Humans cannot count all the stars, but the Creator can. In fact, he knows each star so well that he has given each one a name. (1 Corinthians 15:41) ????? The God who knows where each star is also knows you. He always knows exactly where you are, how you feel, and what you need! ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/402017486?q=he+knows+them+by+name&p=par
  6. Help Them Return Without Delay! “Whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life.”—JOHN 6:68. ????? Jesus said: “Pay attention to yourselves that your hearts never become weighed down with overeating and heavy drinking and anxieties of life . . . Keep awake, then, all the time making supplication that you may succeed in escaping all these things that are destined to occur.” (Luke 21:34-36) Those who have strayed from the flock but who want to enjoy the happiness they once knew can be encouraged to pray for holy spirit and divine help and to act in harmony with their prayers.—Luke 11:13. ????? Because humans are imperfect, personality clashes occur, and this may stumble an individual. Some have been stumbled when a respected person in the congregation acted in an ungodly manner. If an inactive one has been affected in such a way, the visiting elder might point out that Jehovah does not cause anyone to stumble. So why should anyone sever his or her relationship with God and His people? Instead, should one not keep on serving God, confident that “the Judge of all the earth” knows what took place and will handle matters in the right way? (Gen. 18:25; Col. 3:23-25) If a person literally stumbled and fell, he would not deliberately remain in that position without even trying to get up. ????? A joyful welcome awaits those returning to Jehovah. (Lam. 3:40) Their past experiences in GodÂ’s service undoubtedly brought them great joy. Untold future blessings await those who return to the flock without delay! ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2008842?q=heb+12%3A6%2C11&p=par#h=10 Â
  7. “Do put my tears in your skin bottle.” - Psalm 56:8. - ????? DavidÂ’s touching words about the skin bottle can also have special meaning for us. ????? How so? Well, the Bible explains that Satan controls this world and that he has “great anger” in our day. As a result, there are many who, like David, are faced with emotional, mental, or physical suffering—especially those who are trying to please God. ????? Does that describe you? With courage, “even weeping,” such faithful people never stop trying to live a life of integrity. ????? They can be assured that their heavenly Father sees not only the trials they face but also the emotional impact of those trials. ????? He truly understands the pain afflicting his servants, and he promises to make it all up to them therefore, he compassionately remembers their tears and sufferings, figuratively storing them up in his skin bottle. ????? Â
  8. "THE HELPER THE HOLY SPIRIT" ????? Didn't God's Word and Christ Jesus say " 16 And I will ask the Father and he will give you another helper to be with you forever, 17 the spirit of the truth, which the world cannot receive, because it neither sees it nor knows it. You know it, because it remains with you and is in you." John 14:16,17. ????? Jesus gave his disciples a serious commission by instructing them: “Go therefore and make disciples of people of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you.” (Matthew 28:19, 20) No easy task this, for it was to be accomplished in the face of opposition.—Matthew 10:22, 23. ????? Opposition from outside was to be accompanied by a degree of friction from within the congregation. “Now I exhort you, brothers,” Paul wrote Christians in Rome about 56 C.E., “to keep your eye on those who cause divisions and occasions for stumbling contrary to the teaching that you have learned, and avoid them.” (Romans 16:17, 18) ????? This situation would grow worse once the apostles died. Paul warned: “I know that after my going away oppressive wolves will enter in among you and will not treat the flock with tenderness, and from among you yourselves men will rise and speak twisted things to draw away the disciples after themselves.”—Acts 20:29, 30. ????? GodÂ’s help was needed to counteract these obstacles. He did so through Jesus. After his resurrection, on the day of Pentecost 33 C.E., some 120 of his followers “all became filled with holy spirit.”—Acts 1:15; 2:4. He warned them: “They will deliver you up to local courts, and they will scourge you in their synagogues. Why, you will be haled before governors and kings for my sake, for a witness to them and the nations. However, when they deliver you up, do not become anxious about how or what you are to speak; for what you are to speak will be given you in that hour; for the ones speaking are not just you, but it is the spirit of your Father that speaks by you.”—Matthew 10:17-20. ????? Â
  9. JW - News Newsletter – Today New! Last minute news | the first reports on the effects of hurricane Maria are received On Wednesday, 20 September 2017, Hurricane Maria, the fifth largest hit by the United States, caused great havoc in Puerto Rico. At Present, the entire island is without electricity and the government has decreed a curfew from six o'clock in the afternoon. So far, there is no known brother who has lost his life or injury due to the hurricane. Relief work will begin very soon. A Kingdom Hall will be used which has not suffered damage as a shelter and distribution centre. The home facilities of San Juan suffered some minor damage. But the brothers who live there are fine and none have been hurt. Right now, there's no internet connection at the facility and an emergency generator provides them with electricity. We are certain that the brothers are comforted to see that the organization strives to help as many as possible. (2 Corinthians 1:3).
  10. Betrayal—An Ominous Sign of the Times!“How loyal and righteous and unblamable we proved to be.”—1 THESS. 2:10. ????? When giving the sign of “the conclusion of the system of things,” Jesus said: “Many . . . will betray one another.” (Matt. 24:3, 10) “To betray” means “to give up to, or place in the power of an enemy, by treachery or disloyalty.” Such a lack of loyalty confirms that we are living in “the last days” when, Paul foretold, people would be “disloyal, . . . betrayers.” (2 Tim. 3:1, 2, 4) ????? Even though authors and screenwriters often dramatize and romanticize treacherous acts in literature and in the movies, in real life disloyalty and betrayal cause pain and suffering. Indeed, such acts are an ominous sign of the times! ????? Times of Difficulty ask for Help and Strength to Endure! The End is not yet! Prayer to Jehovah is Essential.... Like Micah, we have to live among selfish people. Many are “unthankful, disloyal, having no natural affection.” (2 Tim. 3:2, 3) ????? We find it distressing when workmates, schoolmates, and neighbors show a self-centered attitude. Some of GodÂ’s servants, though, have an even greater challenge. ????? Jesus said that his followers would face family opposition, and he used words similar to those recorded at Micah 7:6 to describe the impact that his message would have. “I came to cause division,” said Jesus, “with a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a young wife against her mother-in-law. Indeed, a manÂ’s enemies will be persons of his own household.” (Matt. 10:35, 36) ????? What a difficult thing it is to endure the ridicule and opposition of family members who do not share our faith! ????? If we face such a trial, let us not cave in to family pressure. Instead, may we remain loyal and wait patiently for Jehovah to resolve matters. If we constantly ask for his help, he will give us the strength and wisdom needed in order to endure. ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2012282#h=22:0-23:393
  11. What Type of Pain Do You Have? Pain of Heart ?? or Pain of Sickness, or Pain of Trauma? ????? Pain. A sensation of physical discomfort, whether moderate or severe; also acute mental or emotional distress. Because of exhausting labor in cultivating cursed ground (Ge 3:17-19; 5:29), injurious words (Pr 15:1), the unresponsiveness of others to good (Ro 9:2), disease and other adversities (Job 2:13; 16:6), humans have experienced mental, emotional, and physical pain. Dreadful or frightening situations, whether real or visionary, have likewise given rise to pain. ‘No More Pain.Â’ ????? Although unpleasant, the physical sensation of pain serves a beneficial purpose by alerting a person to danger regarding bodily damage and thereby enables him to take steps to avoid serious injury. The fulfillment of GodÂ’s promise that “neither will . . . pain be anymore” (Re 21:4), therefore, could not mean that humans would become insensitive to or incapable of experiencing pain. ????? Rather, mental, emotional, and physical pain that has resulted from sin and imperfection (Ro 8:21, 22) will ‘be no moreÂ’ in the sense that its causes (such as disease and death) will be removed. ????? That bodily perfection does not of itself require absolute painlessness is verified by the fact that even the perfect man Jesus experienced physical and emotional pain in connection with his death and the unresponsiveness of those to whom he ministered. (Mt 26:37; Lu 19:41) ????? It was even foretold that he would be “a man meant for pains.” (Isa 53:3) By curing those “distressed with various diseases and torments” (Mt 4:24), Jesus bore the pains of others.—Isa 53:4. ????? Figurative Use. Often the Scriptures refer to pain in a figurative sense. Depending upon the context, it may denote hard work (Pr 5:10) or a wholesome fear and awesome regard for Jehovah God. (1Ch 16:30; Ps 96:9; 114:7) ????? Waters, mountains, and the earth, when in a state of agitation, are described as being in pain. (Ps 77:16; 97:4; Jer 51:29; Hab 3:10) Pains, or pangs, can also denote a distressing circumstance. ????? With reference to Jesus Christ, the apostle Peter stated: “God resurrected him by loosing the pangs of death, because it was not possible for him to continue to be held fast by it.” (Ac 2:24) Although the dead are not conscious, death is a bitter and distressing circumstance, both in the pain that often precedes it and in the loss of all activity and freedom that its paralyzing grip brings. ?????  3 With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them.+ 4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,+ and death will be no more,+ neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.+ The former things have passed away.”–Revelation 21:3,4. ????? Lesson for today. (Romans 8:21, 22) https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1200003362#h=1:0-6:472 Â
  12. “Be Courageous . . . and Go to Work” ????? “Be courageous and strong and go to work. Do not be afraid or be terrified, for Jehovah . . . is with you.”—1 CHRON. 28:20. ????? Joseph, Rahab, Jesus, and the apostles displayed an inner strength that motivated them to perform good works. Their courage was not overconfidence. It came from reliance on Jehovah. We too face circumstances that require courage. Rather than rely on ourselves, we must rely on Jehovah. (Read 2 Timothy 1:7.) ??????? King David reminded Solomon that Jehovah would be with him until the work of building the temple was finished. (1 Chron. 28:20) With his fatherÂ’s words impressed on his mind and heart, Solomon did not allow his youth and inexperience to become an obstacle. He showed great courage, went to work, and with JehovahÂ’s help completed the magnificent temple in seven and a half years. As Jehovah helped Solomon, he can help us to be courageous and to accomplish our work, both in our family and in the congregation. (Isa. 41:10, 13) When we show courage in our worship of Jehovah, we can be confident of his blessing now and in the future. Therefore, “be courageous . . . and go to work.” ??????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2017564?q=reliance+on+jehovah&p=par#h=17  Â
  13. "I am not alone, because the Father is with me."—John 16:32. ????? During his ministry, Jesus gave glory to his Father. (John 17:4) He did this by preaching about the Kingdom of God. (Luke 4:43) He even taught his followers to pray for that Kingdom to come. (Matthew 6:10) As the future King, Jesus could say to his opposers: “The Kingdom of God is in your midst.” (Luke 17:21) Later, on the evening before his death, Jesus made a covenant “for a kingdom” with his followers. This meant that some of his faithful disciples would become kings with Jesus in GodÂ’s Kingdom.—Read Luke 22:28-30. ????? In what way did Jesus begin to rule in the year 33, but for what would he have to wait? ????? When would Jesus begin to rule as King of GodÂ’s Kingdom? He could not do so immediately. The very next afternoon, Jesus was executed and his followers fled. (John 16:32) However, just as in the past, Jehovah was still in control. On the third day, he resurrected his Son, and on the day of Pentecost in the year 33, Jesus began to rule over the Christian congregation. (Colossians 1:13) But Jesus, the promised son of David, would have to wait to have full power over the earth. So Jehovah told his Son: “Sit at my right hand until I place your enemies as a stool for your feet.”—Psalm 110:1. ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/sysl/r1/lp-e?url=/en/wol/sydp/r1/lp-e/{rsconf}/{library}/r1/lp-e/402014043/24
  14. FINE ART: Nathan The Prophet Reproves King David ????? 40 x 30 inches Oil on canvas Patterson Educational Center Patterson, NY #Repost @edsalazarfineart The account recorded at 2 Samuel 12:1-13 illustrated in this painting reminds us of the importance of accepting counsel. After Nathan masterfully used an Illustrated to reach David's heart, David did not make excuses for his serious sin but simply said "I have sinned". And because of his humility and genuine repentance he was forgiven. On an artistic note, the use of chiaroscuro focuses the attention on David while adding drama to the scene. #edsalazarfineart #nathan #david #jw #oil #painting #biblical #repentance #bible Thank you ????? Â
  15. Love ?? you Mom ??? - Prayers a Hope of Resurrection ????? ”Dear my loving son. I do not know what you will do with your precious life Jehovah has given you. I can only say, unless you use it to serve Jehovah you will always feel empty. Use your life to serve his and you will have joy and happiness. Remember: The blessing of Jehovah makes rich, and he adds no pain with it. I am confident ,that you will enjoy a precious life of Jehovah 's service. Love your mom ”My Mother, who had enjoyed full time service for 32 years, now has a stroke and can't feel me at all because of the aftereffect. However, I tell love and gratitude for my mother everyday. .Shared by @ko1ro1017_jw
  16. CAN YOU BE JEHOVAH’S FRIEND? ????? When some people read about JehovahÂ’s impressive qualities, they feel afraid and think, ‘God is so powerful, so important, and so far away, why would he care about me?Â’ But is that how God wants us to feel? Not at all. Jehovah wants to be close to us. The Bible says that God is “not far off from each one of us.” (Acts 17:27) ????? God wants you to draw close to him, and he promises that “he will draw close to you.”—James 4:8. How can you become GodÂ’s friend? Jesus said: “This means everlasting life, their coming to know you, the only true God, and the one whom you sent, Jesus Christ.” (John 17:3) ????? Keep on learning, and you will come to know Jehovah and Jesus. And then you can have everlasting life. For example, we have already learned that “God is love.” (1 John 4:16) But he also has many other beautiful qualities. The Bible tells us that Jehovah is “merciful and compassionate, slow to anger and abundant in loyal love and truth.” (Exodus 34:6) ????? Jehovah is “good and ready to forgive.” (Psalm 86:5) God is patient and loyal. (2 Peter 3:9; Revelation 15:4) You will learn much more about his beautiful qualities as you read about him in the Bible. How can you feel close to God if you cannot see him? (John 1:18; 4:24; 1 Timothy 1:17) ????? When you read about Jehovah in the Bible, you get to know him as a real Person. (Psalm 27:4; Romans 1:20) As you learn more about Jehovah, you will love him more and more and you will feel closer to him. Imagine that. Jehovah, the Creator of the universe, wants you to be his friend! ????? Lesson for today. (James 4:8) https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102015141?q=god far away&p=par#p23
  17. GuiltדCleanse Me From My Sin” ????? GUILT can be a crushing burden. “My errors loom over my head,” King David wrote. “Like a heavy burden, they are too much for me to bear.” (Psalm 38:4) Some Christians have become overwhelmed by excessive sadness, convinced that Jehovah could never forgive them. (2 Corinthians 2:7) ????? “Let Us Set Matters Straight Between Us” Jehovah does not abandon repentant sinners. In fact, he reaches out to them! In the parable of the prodigal son, Jesus compared Jehovah to a loving father whose son abandoned his family and pursued a debauched life. In time, the son decided to return home. “While [the son] was still a long way off, his father caught sight of him and was moved with pity, and he ran and embraced him and tenderly kissed him.” (Luke 15:11-20) ????? Do you wish to draw closer to Jehovah but feel that you are “still a long way off” from him? Like the father in JesusÂ’ illustration, Jehovah is moved with tender compassion for you. He is eager to welcome you back. ????? But what if you believe that your sins are too serious or too numerous for Jehovah to forgive? Please consider JehovahÂ’s invitation recorded at Isaiah 1:18: “‘Come, now, and let us set matters straight between us,Â’ says Jehovah. ‘Though your sins are like scarlet, they will be made as white as snow.’” Yes, even sins that seem as indelible as scarlet dye on a white garment are not beyond JehovahÂ’s forgiveness. ????? Jehovah does not want you to keep suffering with a guilty conscience. How, then, can you experience the relief that comes from GodÂ’s forgiveness and a clean conscience? Consider two steps that King David took. First, he said: “I will confess my transgressions to Jehovah.” (Psalm 32:5) ????? Remember, Jehovah has already invited you to approach him in prayer and to “set matters straight” with him. Accept that invitation. Confess your sins to Jehovah, and share your feelings with him. From personal experience, David could confidently pray: “Cleanse me from my sin. . . . A heart broken and crushed, O God, you will not reject.”—Psalm 51:2, 17. ????? “Happy Is the One Whose Transgression Is Pardoned” ????? Admittedly, you may feel that confessing your sins to Jehovah God and approaching the elders would be among the most difficult things you could do. David evidently had similar feelings. He “kept silent” for some time about his sins. (Psalm 32:3) Afterward, however, he appreciated the benefits of confessing his sins and correcting his course. A major benefit was that David regained his joy. He wrote: “Happy is the one whose transgression is pardoned, whose sin is forgiven.” (Psalm 32:1, footnote) He also prayed: “O Jehovah, open my lips, so that my mouth may declare your praise.” (Psalm 51:15) ????? Relieved of his guilt and grateful for GodÂ’s forgiveness, David was motivated to tell others about Jehovah. ????? Jehovah wants you to experience the relief of a clean conscience. And he wants you to tell others about him and his purposes, not with feelings of guilt, but with sincerity and deep joy. (Psalm 65:1-4) Remember his invitation “to get your sins blotted out, so that seasons of refreshing may come from Jehovah himself.”—Acts 3:19. ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102015406?q=Jehovah+comes+first&p=par#h=9
  18. Plant your Garden and Reap Bountifully! ????? How to Plant Your Garden...no dirt required!!! How To Plant Your Garden First, you Come to the garden alone, while the dew is still on the roses.  FOR THE GARDEN OF YOUR DAILY LIVING , PLANT THREE ROWS OF PEAS 1. Peace of mind 2. Peace of heart 3. Peace of soul   PLANT FOUR ROWS OF SQUASH: 1. Squash gossip 2. Squash indifference 3. Squash grumbling 4. Squash selfishness PLANT FOUR ROWS OF LETTUCE: 1. Lettuce be faithful 2. Lettuce be kind 3. Lettuce be patient 4. Lettuce really love one another NO GARDEN IS WITHOUT TURNIPS: 1. Turnip for meetings 2. Turnip for service 3. Turnip to help one another TO CONCLUDE OUR GARDEN YOU MUST HAVE THYME: 1. Thyme for God 2. Thyme for each other 3. Thyme for family 4. Thyme for friends WATER FREELY WITH PATIENCE AND CULTIVATE WITH LOVE. THERE IS MUCH FRUIT IN YOUR GARDEN BECAUSE YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW.
  19. Praying for all those who are ill right now - Soon all pain and sorrow will be gone forever! - We can just persevere and pray for those that need support right now! - Please share these scriptures, we are many and the hope we have and endurance will help many to endure! Don't Give Up! Brothers and Sisters World-Wide your Father Loves you! ????? Christians thus have a basis for hope and abundant proof that through the resurrected Jesus Christ and by means of God’s Kingdom, obedient mankind will receive, not merely temporary treatment of disease, but permanent release from sin, disease, and death traceable to Adam. For this all praise is due Jehovah, identified by David as the one “who is healing all your maladies.” ????? (Psalm 41:1-4) . . .Happy is anyone acting with consideration toward the lowly one; In the day of calamity Jehovah will provide escape for him. 2 Jehovah himself will guard him and preserve him alive. He will be pronounced happy in the earth; And you cannot possibly give him over to the soul of his enemies. 3 Jehovah himself will sustain him upon a divan of illness; All his bed you will certainly change during his sickness. 4 As for me, I said: “O Jehovah, show me favor.. . . ????? (Ecclesiastes 6:1-2) . . .There exists a calamity that I have seen under the sun, and it is frequent among mankind: 2 a man to whom the [true] God gives riches and material possessions and glory and who, for his soul, is in no need of anything that he shows himself longing for, and yet the [true] God does not enable him to eat from it, although a mere foreigner may eat it. This is vanity and it is a bad sickness. ????? (Matthew 25:39-40) . . .When did we see you sick or in prison and go to you?’ 40 And in reply the king will say to them, ‘Truly I say to YOU, To the extent that YOU did it to one of the least of these my brothers, YOU did it to me. . .(Exodus 15:26) . . .And he went on to say: “If you will strictly listen to the voice of Jehovah your God and will do what is right in his eyes and will indeed give ear to his commandments and keep all his regulations, I shall put none of the maladies upon you that I put upon the Egyptians; because I am Jehovah who is healing you.” ????? (Isaiah 35:5-6) . . .At that time the eyes of the blind ones will be opened, and the very ears of the deaf ones will be unstopped. 6 At that time the lame one will climb up just as a stag does, and the tongue of the speechless one will cry out in gladness. For in the wilderness waters will have burst out, and torrents in the desert plain. ????? (Matthew 8:14-17) . . .And Jesus, on coming into Peter’s house, saw his mother-in-law lying down and sick with fever. 15 So he touched her hand, and the fever left her, and she got up and began ministering to him. 16 But after it became evening, people brought him many demon-possessed persons; and he expelled the spirits with a word, and he cured all who were faring badly; 17 that there might be fulfilled what was spoken through Isaiah the prophet, saying: “He himself took our sicknesses and carried our diseases.” ????? (Psalm 103:1-3) 103 Bless Jehovah, O my soul, Even everything within me, his holy name. 2 Bless Jehovah, O my soul, And do not forget all his doings, 3 Him who is forgiving all your error, Who is healing all your maladies, ????? (Revelation 21:1-5) 21 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the former heaven and the former earth had passed away, and the sea is no more. 2 I saw also the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God and prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. 3 With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his peoples. And God himself will be with them. 4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” 5 And the One seated on the throne said: “Look! I am making all things new.” Also, he says: “Write, because these words are faithful and true. . ."
  20. "No man can come to me unless the Father, who sent me, draws him."—John 6:44. ????? Jesus—“The Bread of Life” He explains: “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will not get hungry at all, and whoever exercises faith in me will never get thirsty at all. But as I said to you, you have even seen me and yet do not believe. . . . I have come down from heaven to do, not my own will, but the will of him who sent me. This is the will of him who sent me, that I should lose none out of all those whom he has given me, but that I should resurrect them on the last day. For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life.”—John 6:35-40. ????? It is written in the Prophets: ‘They will all be taught by Jehovah.Â’ Everyone who has listened to the Father and has learned comes to me. Not that any man has seen the Father, except the one who is from God; this one has seen the Father. Most truly I say to you, whoever believes has everlasting life.”—John 6:43-47; Isaiah 54:13. ????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102014657?q=john+6%3A44&p=par#h=11
  21. "Return to me, and I will return to you,” says Jehovah of armies." (Malachi 3:7) ??????? Does this mean that those who have left the truth will never be allowed to return to the congregation? Or does it mean that there is no hope for someone who has not yet dedicated his life to Jehovah? No, the opportunity is still there to become JehovahÂ’s friend before the start of the great tribulation. Jehovah calls out to them: “Return to me, and I will return to you.” (Malachi 3:7) ??????? Jehovah really wants those who have left Him to return. The father in the illustration never stopped hoping that his son would return. When he saw his son coming from “a long way off,” he ran to meet him. The father wanted his son to know that he was welcome. The illustration should motivate those who have left the truth to return to Jehovah right away. Their relationship with him might be very weak, they may feel embarrassed, and it could seem too difficult to come back, but it is worth the effort! When they return, Jehovah, Jesus, and the angels will rejoice.—Luke 15:7. ??????? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/402014925?q=mal+3%3A7&p=par
  22. https://www.jw.org/en/news/releases/by-region/india/floods-20170914/ ?????
  23. https://www.jw.org/en/news/releases/by-region/finland/ SEPTEMBER 4, 2017 Jehovah’s Witnesses Offer Comfort After Attack in Turku, Finland
  24. Are You Daily Asking, “Where Is Jehovah?" - Is He In Control? ????? JEREMIAH was in tears. He was affected both by the present condition of his people and by what God had him foretell about their future. He wished that his head were like a water source and his eyes a fountain so that he could cry without stopping. Jeremiah had reason to grieve over the condition of the nation. (Jer. 9:1-3; read Jeremiah 8:20, 21.) The Jews kept rejecting divine law and did not obey JehovahÂ’s voice, thus calamity would come.—Jer. 6:19; 9:13. ????? Have you been regularly asking, “Where is Jehovah?” when you are making decisions and choosing your course? Some may feel that they have not been as conscientious as they should have been. If in some sense that might be true of you, do not be downhearted. Even the faithful patriarch Job struggled in this regard. When he was under pressure, he was wrapped up in himself. Elihu had to remind him of the common tendency of mankind: “No one has said, ‘Where is God my Grand Maker?’” (Job 35:10) Elihu encouraged Job: “Show yourself attentive to the wonderful works of God.” (Job 37:14) Job needed to observe the mighty works of Jehovah in the creation around him and in GodÂ’s dealings with humans. Through his own experience, Job came to understand JehovahÂ’s ways. After he had endured his ordeal and had seen how Jehovah handled the matter, Job said: “I talked, but I was not understanding things too wonderful for me, which I do not know. In hearsay I have heard about you, but now my own eye does see you.”—Job 42:3, 5. ????? We may not feel that we have any doubt about GodÂ’s justice and the wisdom of how he both accomplishes and will yet accomplish his will. Nevertheless, we can benefit from reflecting on what Jeremiah went through and bringing up in our prayers how we feel at heart. Our expressing ourselves in that way can reinforce our confidence in Jehovah, that his will iscertainly going to be accomplished. Even if we do not fully understand at present why things are developing as they are, or why GodÂ’s will is proceeding at the rate it is, we can express in prayer to him our confidence that he is in complete control. His will is going to take place inthe way and at the pace he knows isbest. This is guaranteed; we have no reason to doubt it. We will continue to ask, “Where is Jehovah?” in the sense of prayerfully seeking to comprehend his will and to see evidence of its outworking.—Job 36:5-7, 26. ????? If we approach him in prayer even more frequently and fervently. Trust that as we daily keep asking, “Where is Jehovah?” he will show us his way.—Isa. 30:21. ????? "We are overturning . . . every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God."—2 Cor. 10:5. ????? How can we use GodÂ’s Word to overturn the “strongly entrenched” doctrines of evolution and creationism? (2 Cor. 10:4) We can do so by gaining accurate knowledge of the Bible. https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102010149?q=god+is+in+control&p=par Â
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