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On June 15, 2016 at 20:31, Melinda Mills said:

Nice comment. You meant Jonah, not Noah.

Yes I did mean to say Jonah, but didn't know how to change it afterwards. Not sure if it was the auto-correct that usually messes things up for me or absent-mindedness. Thanks for the clarification. 

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Il serait vrai de dire qu'il y a des hommes méchants dans toute organisation religieuse (y compris la nôtre parfois). Il est également vrai de dire que nous avons utilisé pour être très graphique, spécifique et expressive dans notre description des autres religions. 

Dans le climat actuel cependant, tact devient important et nous devons souvent choisir nos mots avec soin afin de maintenir les normes de Jéhovah, et pourtant ne pas aliéner les gens qui pourraient devenir nos frères et sœurs, ou apporter inutilement des restrictions gouvernementales / juridiques qui restreindre notre prédication travail. 

Nous ne voulons pas sonner comme «ennemis», tout en essayant d'atteindre ces mêmes personnes (que ce soit au sujet de la religion ou de mode de vie). Cela ne veut pas dire que nous approuvons ou tolérer la méchanceté, mais nous devons garder aussi contre "la peinture avec un pinceau large" des millions de personnes de toute la persuasion qui aiment le Ninivites Jonas a été envoyé à - «ne connaissaient pas leur main gauche de leur droite main." Mon voisin se trouve être musulman a été l'un de mes anciens employeurs. Ils étaient très gentils avec moi. Je ne peux pas imaginer comment ils se sentiraient si je commençais référence à tous les musulmans méchants ou comment ils seraient réceptifs à notre message avec cette description. Je suis sûr que l'affiche n'a pas l'intention de faire de larges généralisations (même si nous savons que Jéhovah va détruire Babylone la Grande), mais mon point est que nous devons faire preuve de tact dans la façon de nous rapporter à d'autres qui nous voulons atteindre .

 Thanks b4ucuhear

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What is wonderful about being 'neutral' about human governments and active for the real government of Jehovah (and being cautious and at peace with everyone) is that one can see the political activities of Babylon the great (world empire of false religion) in the political arena.

So many religions are becoming violent and are being "worked up in their emotions" towards other religions and their governments......(which may eventually bubble over to people killing each other ....but the governments will put in "peace and security" measures to keep the peace).  Buddhists are killing Muslims as we speak; Hindi culture has been declared the national culture in India by the far right government; and we already know that extreme Islam (with its terror tactics to force all people to become Muslims) is clearly visible for all to see.  When Christians in America fight the government to bring in laws that reflect their Christian views - they are also being political.  Most of them love the NRA which protects their right to bear arms...  and they may even use them in future... Jesus never used any arms and chastised those who did (Peter). 

Jehovah is preparing us to go through Armageddon so we can truly stay neutral regarding human institutions.  However, more of us will have to learn to be verbally 'cautious'  when preaching because people in future will become more prone to take offense - some may even become violent.  I wish to speculate that our freedom of "speech" may be curtailed in future (UN is already regularly tabling decisions to this affect but it has not been voted in yet) - when one will not be allowed to say anything about another person's religion because they can use it as a reason to persecute you.  People may call the cops when they feel you are using "hate speech' against their religion.  This will make our preaching work so much harder. 

At present hate speech is viewed as saying something nasty about another religion (even if it is true) but it eventually may become hard to say anything - even if one tries to tactfully expose false religion.

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