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Tal y como se acostumbra año tras año, Octavio Guevara, representantes del servicio de noticias de los Testigos de Jehová, se apersonaron a la sala de redacción del diario Mundo Oriental para dar a conocer la realización de la asamblea regional desde el próximo 19 al domingo 21 de agosto, a partir de las 9: 00 de la mañana en las instalaciones del estadio Enzo Hernández de El Tigre.


Se pudo conocer que el programa de tres días consta de 49 partes que trata sobre la lealtad, es por esto que esta reunión fue denominada “Seamos leales a Jehová”. Un total de 35 videos exclusivamente para esta asamblea y dos películas que se proyectaran los últimos dos días de esta actividad, forman parte de las herramientas que utilizaran además de videos musicales.


Dijeron los representantes de los Testigos de Jehová que “la lealtad es esencial en cualquier relación, la asamblea regional de esta año nos ayudará a estar unidos a nuestras familias y amigos, pero sobre todo a nuestro Dios”.


Desde hace varias semanas los practicantes de esta actividad se encargaron de distribuir las invitaciones en diversas partes de la localidad, con la finalidad de animar a las personas a disfrutar de este programa.


Esta asamblea regional está basada en su totalidad en la Santa Biblia, dijeron los representantes de los Testigos de Jehová que esta actividad ayudará a los asistentes a fortalecer su fe, es por esto que finalmente realizaron la invitación a la comunidad en general para que asisten y disfruten de todo lo que tienen preparado, pues la entrada es gratuita y no se realizan colecta.  “Invitamos a las personas a que lleven su propio ejemplar de la Biblia”. 

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