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Asamblea de Testigos de Jehová se hará en Lesco

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Con el objetivo de transmitir un mensaje positivo a aquellas personas que por alguna razón se sienten tristes o decepcionadas, los Testigos de Jehová efectuarán su Asamblea, pero de una manera distinta. En esta ocasión, será completamente en Lesco.

La actividad se efectuará durante tres días, iniciando este viernes 15 de setiembre y se extenderá hasta el domingo 17.

Según indicaron los Testigos, dicha actividad va dirigida específicamente a la comunidad no oyente del país, bajo el lema “No se rinda”.

“Cada tarde se podrá seguir por medio de una película una historia de una familia que llega a entender por qué Jesús dijo: ‘Acuérdense de la esposa de Lot’”, señalaron.

“Estabilidad en el matrimonio, valores morales, educación de los hijos, la situación económica y las enfermedades, serán entre otros, los temas que se analizarán para que las personas en un mundo convulso no se rindan”, continuaron los Testigos de Jehová.

Otra actividad que se podrá presenciar consiste en la ordenación de nuevos ministros, a partir de las 11:45 a.m. del sábado. Pero, además, se divulgará el discurso “No se rinda ante el temor”.

La Convención tendrá como sede el salón de asambleas de los Testigos de Jehová, en La Asunción de Belén, Heredia. Específicamente, frente a las instalaciones de Unilever.

Las actividades del viernes y sábado darán inicio a las 9:20 a.m. y se extenderán hasta las 4:45 p.m., mientras que el domingo, se hará el encuentro desde las 9:20 a.m. y hasta las 3:30 p.m. y se brindará otro discurso: “Nunca pierda la esperanza”.

Toda aquella persona que desee participar podrá hacerlo y la entrada es totalmente gratis.


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