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A 4 year old child showing love for all that Jehovah has done for her

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Of course now that more and more of us are no longer using cash... her generation is now being offered automatic donations via our website jw.org

Train your child about routing numbers during her infancy.

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easy tiger, sarcasm, with a little taste of wt to go with it. 

At a relative's house, their 4 year old daughter showed the same appreciation, and asked if she could "say grace" at dinner. She bowed her head, put her fingers together, and prayed "Our Fa

Overruled. How is that people are not suppose to know anything about such groups when it is in their faces and all over the place and embedded in their communities, specifically, urban communitie

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On 10/22/2018 at 5:52 AM, Space Merchant said:

In the Boys and Girls clubs, as well as YMCA

Blasphemy !  Blasphemy !  Patooie! Shame, shame!  You are not supposed to know anything about those sick devil groups.

 

Is it true that for religious reasons Jehovah’s Witnesses may not become members of the YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association)? ... We have long recognized that the YMCA, though not being a church as such, is definitely aligned with the religious organizations of Christendom in efforts to promote interfaith.
w79 1/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—1979

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2 hours ago, Shiwiii said:

Blasphemy !  Blasphemy !  Patooie! Shame, shame!  You are not supposed to know anything about those sick devil groups.

Is it true that for religious reasons Jehovah’s Witnesses may not become members of the YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association)? ... We have long recognized that the YMCA, though not being a church as such, is definitely aligned with the religious organizations of Christendom in efforts to promote interfaith.
w79 1/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—1979

Overruled.

How is that people are not suppose to know anything about such groups when it is in their faces and all over the place and embedded in their communities, specifically, urban communities? They donate and gain resources to send out - do they not? They receive donations, monetarily - do they not? They flaunt this in the faces in the public so I ask you, how is it that no one is aware or suppose to know things?

Goodwill, The Salvation Army, and a list of others are not too shy from doing exactly the same thing as others are doing in clubs churches and schools.

Perhaps the rock you are under is way too big, Shiwiii, you have to see that people are aware of these types of clubs and any branches in connection to them. Nice try though.

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19 hours ago, Space Merchant said:

Overruled.

How is that people are not suppose to know anything about such groups when it is in their faces and all over the place and embedded in their communities, specifically, urban communities? They donate and gain resources to send out - do they not? They receive donations, monetarily - do they not? They flaunt this in the faces in the public so I ask you, how is it that no one is aware or suppose to know things?

Goodwill, The Salvation Army, and a list of others are not too shy from doing exactly the same thing as others are doing in clubs churches and schools.

Perhaps the rock you are under is way too big, Shiwiii, you have to see that people are aware of these types of clubs and any branches in connection to them. Nice try though.

easy tiger,

sarcasm, with a little taste of wt to go with it. 

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