Jehovah`s Witness/wedding

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the one who knows all wrote at 2013-09-11 01:29:58
Weddings are the total responsibility of the groom.  If anything goes wrong at a JW wedding the groom is held responsible. There is no rule as regard who pays, but the principle is that the  final responsibility falls on the groom.  Weddings should be modest and within the limits of what the COUPLE CAN AFFORD.  If other parties (i.e. parents of bride or groom) want to volunteer money to help pay that is the occasion that is fine, but not a requirement.


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I will attempt to answer any questions that have to do with major Jehovah’s Witness doctrine. I will also try to give an accurate and honest explanation from the "Truth" (the Word of God). I am not a Jehovah’s Witness. I was never baptized as one. I am a "witness" for Christ. I love talking about God and the piercing Word that He has provided for us. If I don't know the answer to a question I will be more than happy to research it and get an answer. So, let’s talk.

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I have grown up in the religion known as Jehovah’s Witnesses. Nearly all of my family (immediate and extended) are Jehovah’s Witnesses. I have been to probably hundreds of meetings, several assemblies and have had many in-depth bible studies with Witnesses. I love these people and admire their great zeal to do what they believe is truth. I have done extensive research into this area. I have a great passion in Jehovah’s Witness doctrine and beliefs.

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I do not have any particular educational credentials that affect this field. I believe that I have been very educated in this field of Jehovah’s Witness doctrine by my own experience and extensive studies. I also believe in my heart that the Spirit of God has educated me in this area and will continue to do so.

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