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  1. Before deciding to date it is important you pay close attention to the person you are interested in. How do they treat others? Are they spiritually mature? How do they handle money matters? How do they handle responsibility? What are their strengths? What are their weaknesses? There is never a reason to settle for less. We don’t need to look for perfection, but when it is clear that they require a ton of assembly or when they don’t have very important qualities or skills needed to make a marriage a success, we would be wise to hold off from pursing a courtship. Normally, when purchasing an item we do research to make sure we are getting the best quality. Why would we do any less when it comes to something as life changing and important as choosing a marriage mate. Also, if I am aware that I have a ton of assembly required and lack in many areas of life, why not work on those things first before trying to date. If we really like someone we should want them to have the best, right? “Patience is the key”. (See YPA Vol 2 Chapter 1)
  2. By: @bow_tie_bros_comics Selfie-Centered: Blue Bow helps Green Bow see why he shouldn't be taking selfies while doing Public Witnessing. Philippians 2:4-"as you look out not only for your own interests, but also for the interests of others."
  3. El mundo piensa que esto es extraño Isaías 5:20 ¡Ay de los que dicen que lo bueno es malo y lo malo es bueno Pero creen que esto es normal  ¿Truco o trato? : Isaías 5:20 se aplica mucho al mundo de hoy. ¿Se debe considerar que Halloween es bueno o malo? Considere solo una pequeña parte del origen de Halloween: "La tradición estadounidense de" trick-or-treating "probablemente se remonta a los desfiles del Día de Todos los Santos en Inglaterra. Durante las festividades, los ciudadanos pobres pedían comida y las familias daban los pasteles llamados "pasteles de alma" a cambio de su promesa de orar por los parientes muertos de la familia. La iglesia alentó la distribución de pasteles de alma como una forma de reemplazar la antigua práctica de dejar comida y vino para los espíritus itinerantes, a la que se refería como "ir al souling", eventualmente fue ocupado por niños que visitarían las casas de su vecindario y recibirán cerveza, comida y dinero ... "La tradición de vestirse con disfraces para Halloween tiene características europeas y raíces celtas. Hace cientos de años ... en Halloween, cuando se creía que los fantasmas volvían al mundo terrenal, la gente pensaba que encontrarían fantasmas si abandonaban sus hogares. Para evitar ser reconocidos por estos fantasmas, las personas usarían máscaras cuando salían de sus casas después del anochecer, para que los fantasmas los confundieran con espíritus similares. En Halloween, para mantener alejados a los fantasmas de sus casas, la gente colocaría tazones de comida fuera de sus hogares para apaciguar a los fantasmas y evitar que intenten entrar ". (Http://www.history.com/topics/halloween/history- de-halloween)
  4. Isaiah 5:20 applies greatly to today's world. Should Halloween be considered to be good or bad? Consider just a small part of Halloween's origin: "The American Halloween tradition of “trick-or-treating” probably dates back to the early All Souls’ Day parades in England. During the festivities, poor citizens would beg for food and families would give them pastries called “soul cakes” in return for their promise to pray for the family’s dead relatives. The distribution of soul cakes was encouraged by the church as a way to replace the ancient practice of leaving food and wine for roaming spirits. The practice, which was referred to as “going a-souling” was eventually taken up by children who would visit the houses in their neighborhood and be given ale, food, and money... "The tradition of dressing in costume for Halloween has both European and Celtic roots. Hundreds of years ago...on Halloween, when it was believed that ghosts came back to the earthly world, people thought that they would encounter ghosts if they left their homes. To avoid being recognized by these ghosts, people would wear masks when they left their homes after dark so that the ghosts would mistake them for fellow spirits. On Halloween, to keep ghosts away from their houses, people would place bowls of food outside their homes to appease the ghosts and prevent them from attempting to enter." (http://www.history.com/topics/halloween/history-of-halloween)
  5. Thought this would be a fun way to explain how pride can become fatal. Jehovah's spirit can help us to get though or endure any challenge we face. It can also help us to accomplish amazing things for him in this race to the finish. However, if we allow fear or pride to cause us to rely on our own strength, we may not make it to the final leap to the end. We would even lose out on all the "points" we got along the way. Humbly relying on Jehovah's spirit to the end is the only way to win this awful game Satan has created. Proverbs 16:18 "Pride is before a crash." 1 Corinthians 10:12-"So let the one who thinks he is standing beware that he does not fall." Â
  6. Â Â This applies more to young ones, but can really apply to any one of us. In the world we live in today there are many people looking to take advantage of us by means of social media. There have been many sad stories about people who were robbed or worse because they gave away too much personal information on social media. Some may give out their information that it becomes like posting your private info on the screens in Times Square. Young ones with free and unmonitored access to smart phones and computers have at times found themselves speaking with strangers who seek to do them harm. It's so important that on our personal private accounts we are careful about who we allow to follow us and who we choose to follow. Parents should regularly monitor their children's Internet use and set rules to protect their children as well. Even those claiming to be Witnesses may not be what they seem. Proverbs 22:33-"The shrewd one sees the danger and conceals himself,But the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences." Â
  7. (Eph 5:21-30) An aerialist catapults from his swinging trapeze and folds into a human ball as he somersaults through the air. He snaps out of the spin and extends his arms toward his partner, confident she will be there to catch him. However, his partner is mad at him and unwilling to support him. She refuses to play her role in this very important part of the act. The result is a failed performance, a shocked audience and an injured aerialist. This illustrates the effort required from both husband and wife in a marriage. It takes two to make the marriage a success. However, if one mate refuses to play their God given role as set out in the Bible, the result can be disastrous. We should never let petty differences, or disagreements keep us from doing what God requires of us as a husband or as a wife. This becomes even more important when there is an audience, such as kids, in the home. The way the mother treats the father or vise versa can have a huge effect on them. It could even influence what type of husband or wife they will be in the future. If each member applies the counsel found in the Bible and works together, the "show" can be a success.
  8. Ruby encourages Opal to take a difficult step in order to get her mind off of Blue. Jesus tells us at Matthew 5:30, "Also, if your right hand is making you stumble, cut it off and throw it away from you. For it is better for you to lose one of your members than for your whole body to land in Ge·henʹna." Jesus didn't mean we should literally cut off our hands, but rather take drastic measures to remove anything that may cause us to stumble. Maybe it's a certain movie, TV program, the Internet or game. Maybe it's an associate (family, workmate, schoolmate) that brings out the worst in us or tries to get us involved in wrong doing. Maybe it's social media and the amount of time we spend on it or possibly jealous or hurt feelings we get when we see other's posts of them having fun that we may not have been invited to. Whatever it is that causes us to feel or do things God hates we should be quick to remove it from our lives. This may require drastic measures, but it will be better for us in the long run. In any case we should be understanding of those who may refrain from certain things or activities so as to keep from stumbling. (This comic is not implying that if we have an issue with a brother or sister that we should cut them off. We want to at all time demonstrate love toward our brothers and sisters and keep peace in the congregation. In real life If we have an issue with a brother or sister we should lovingly try to solve the issue.)
  9. Often in the bible the God's word is compared to life giving water. How important it is that we keep taking in the water Jehovah provides and keep it in our hearts.
  10. tie_bros(REPOST) Covering Sin: Psalms 32:3-5 David tells us that when he hid his sin he felt miserable. However, once he confessed his sins to Jehovah he felt relief. Though it may be embarrassing, confessing our sins and asking for forgiveness will give us peace of mind and help us to remain close to Jehovah.
  11. The meetings are like a dinner party where we have the opportunity to enjoy a lovingly prepared meal in the way of Bible education. We show appreciation for this gathering by bringing our own dish to pass (our well prepared comments) and by partaking of the food that is being offered (paying attention as the talks are presented). It could be viewed as rude to habitually arrive to the gathering late or to leave before it ends. Also, this is a great time to catch up with old friends or meet new ones. We also want to be alert to thank the loving waiters (those who give parts on the program) for all their hard work. As well as to clean up after ourselves so the hall is ready for the next group coming in for a delicious meal. Most importantly we should thank the Host (Prayer to Jehovah) for arranging such beautiful gatherings where we can be nourished and refreshed. Matthew 24:45-" Who really is the faithful and discreet slave whom his master appointed over his domestics, to give them their food at the proper time?" Heb 10:25-"not forsaking our meeting together, as some have the custom, but encouraging one another, and all the more so as you see the day drawing near."
  12. By: @bow_tie_bros_comics Going nowhere: Trying to serve Jehovah while also trying to be involved in the world is like trying to use two escalators going in different directions at the same time, and thinking you can still get to the top. The sad reality is that the only thing you will have accomplished by doing this is hurting yourself and possibly stumbling others. We must pick the right path and stick to it if we are to have a real relationship with God.
  13. By @bow_tie_bros_comics We should never leave our spiritual Father and refuse to speak with him because of the actions of our imperfect spiritual brothers and sisters. Blaming God for the actions of others is like blaming your parents because your sibling broke your toy. When a sibling does something to hurt us, as a kid, our childish viewpoint of justice may desire a punishment far more extreme then what the parents deem actually necessary. Maybe we have been hurt by someone in the congregation and we hope that they face some form of extreme punishment when in reality Jehovah sees everything and knows what the correct discipline should be and when it should happen, if at all. We need to trust that no matter what has been done to us, that Jehovah sees and will handle matters in his own perfect way just as any good parent would. It's also important that we remember that we are all imperfect and at some point will hurt the feelings of one another. We may even inadvertently cause some to stumble. That's why we should always be ready to forgive others just as we would like to be forgiven for our errors. Also notice how the little one is still holding on to the source of the problem. Sometimes we need to just let it go and move on or give it to our father who can "sew up" what has been torn. Colossians 3:13 ( An illustration that came to mind after looking at this weeks study Watchtower)
  14. By: @bow_tie_bros_comics Based on a talk I heard when I was young. Lu 17:4 Even if he sins seven times a day against you and he comes back to you seven times, saying, ‘I repent,’ you must forgive him.” Eph 4:26 Be wrathful, but do not sin; do not let the sun set while you are still angry. Holding on to anger or resentment that we may have built up toward another can be dangerous for our health, both mentally and physically. While those toxic emotions spread throughout our heart and mind, the person we are secretly upset with may be completely unaware that they have even offended us. So we suffer while they continue to live out their life. It's like drinking poison hoping the other person will be harmed. How much better it feels to just let it go or settle matters with our friend or family instead of holding it in.
  15. http://www.jw-archive.org/post/101677361073/gotham-metropolitan-witnessing-program-a-success
  16. Marriage can be a beautiful thing when done properly. However, if you marry for the wrong reasons you can find yourself in a relationship that is not what you thought it would be. Look beyond the physical to the 'secret person of the heart'. Take your time,and if you are young keep in mind 1 Cor 7:36-"But if anyone thinks he is behaving improperly by remaining unmarried, and if he is past the bloom of youth, then this is what should take place: Let him do what he wants; he does not sin. Let them marry." Emphasis on "past the bloom of youth." Most importantly keep Jehovah in your decision making at all times.(Though the comic shows the guy in the dog house the situation can go either way.)

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