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I understand the necessity and need and desire to preach the word and it’s urgency, however, would this be a witness if this person were pulled over by a cop? Or speeding? Or cut someone off? Or playing ‘worldlyÂ’ music? ItÂ’s a bit commercialized. I certainly would NEVER want to drive a car with that tag for ‘we all stumble many times.Â’ Driving in a neighborhood could be a ‘warningÂ’ instead of a witness. Idk. How far is too far?

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I think they did go too far personally.

I understand the necessity and need and desire to preach the word and it’s urgency, however, would this be a witness if this person were pulled over by a cop? Or speeding? Or cut someone off? Or playi

Better not go 26 mph in a 25 mph zone or will be bringing reproach on Jehovah and his organization.

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Just the fact for someone to be proud of their religion and God is a step forward. I don't consider this a stumble, and yes it's true we all stumble everyday , James 3:2 reminds us we all stumble,  1 Corinthians 4:5  Therefore, do not judge anything before the due time, until the Lord comes. He will bring the secret things of darkness to light and make known the intentions of the hearts, and then each one will receive his praise from God. So why judge someone now for their heart maybe true and only wishing to share the fine web site that the organization built and made so that any wishing the truth and knowledge of God may find it. I give this person respect and courage for making such a bold action.

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3 hours ago, Montana witness said:

So why judge someone now for their heart maybe true and only wishing to share the fine web site that the organization built and made so that any wishing the truth and knowledge of God may find it.

No one is  ‘judging’.  It’s an opinion- your thoughts on the matter- kinda like you gave your thoughts and opinion.  

You call is a bold action that you give respect for.  Okay.  That’s fine.  I personally think it’s a bit ‘churchy’ and a bit too much. The GB doesn’t even go this far.  No one in Bethel would dare have this tag and I don’t think the organization had this in mind as a way to promote the website.

Is it okay to hang a JW.og flag outside my home? Just sayin’.  It’s just a bit much.

As @Joan Kennedy said, ‘better not go 26mph in a 25mph zone.’

JW- the name comes with heavy responsibilities and driving a car with that tag can open JW.org up to harsh criticism, reproach and embarrassment.  

Imagine getting a red light ticket with your tag number: JW.org.   Imagine folding that up to be mailed!  LoL   Oh my word!  You’d better be the most courteous driver of all time!   

Or imagine someone else drove the car who wasn’t as ‘spiritual’ as this owner.  Hmmmmmm. 

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@Chelita it’s in U.S.

The person who sent me the picture is a family member NOT in the truth and he was shocked.   He asked me, ‘Can y’all do that?’   So, it was an unfavorable witness.  I’m certain they meant well but what is lawful is not always advantageous.  

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On 5/28/2018 at 11:10 PM, Sharon Washington said:

JW- the name comes with heavy responsibilities and driving a car with that tag can open JW.org up to harsh criticism, reproach and embarrassment.  

Imagine getting a red light ticket with your tag number: JW.org.   Imagine folding that up to be mailed!  LoL   Oh my word!  You’d better be the most courteous driver of all time!   

I STRONGLY suspect that If I had a JW ORG license plate, and drove at high speed down a crowded sidewalk, it would cause less actual reproach on Jehovah's name and perceived reputation, than the "Pillowgate" fiasco. which has become the fodder of high profile comedians in their shticks, and an embarrassment to the average JW when they ( if they) find out about it .... as the absolute creepiest thing ever uttered by the Governing Body, through it's "helpers".

We are getting ... correction ... we ALREADY HAVE .... a firmly established public reputation for family cruelty in HOW disfellowshipping is done ... and a firmly established reputation for perverting Justice with child sexual abuse cases through reprehensible legal machinations, and thanks to "Pillowgate", we now as an organization have a well established  reputation for being bat crap creepy, and borderline (?) insane.

In the grand scheme of things, a JW ORG license plate  being reproachable .... is completely irrelevant.

 

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