Jehovah`s Witness/Bride and groom
Hello Pam B
I was sitting reading a few posts here and there!
And have to ask a question!
We have a bride and groom.
The date is set for the wedding, were they can become one!
And maybe they live happy ever after.
Now as you are a believer in maybe! What you have been brought up in!
Plus you have never maybe! Known any different!
How then can you say for sure that what you have only ever known to be true?!
With so many different groups out there!
Proclaiming to be in the truth!
How can you be so so sure?
That's it's your group?
Every bodies group could be a burned offerings
And just die a death!
With no meaning.
Jesus could say .
I never knew you!
If one does not have the freedom to search for the Spirit to teach them without fear being pressed on them
That they have to listen to some kind group
Is this really free will ?
There is so many groups out there.
How would you if you were asked!
Yes like I am asking you!
Prove to me that you and you're group is right?
Plus if someone did show an interest in your group!
How long would you as a group show interest in the individual in teaching them?
And when would you give up?
Plus does an individual have to go to your place of worship to be interested in God?
Thank you Pam B for answering the questions and of your time.
Thank you for your question.
Those who are serious about religion should think that the one they’ve chosen is acceptable to God and Jesus. Jesus Christ said: “Narrow is the gate and cramped the road leading off into life, and few are the ones finding it.” (Matthew 7:14) Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that they’ve found that road. Otherwise, they’d look for another religion. When it comes to choosing the right religious road, we need a reliable spiritual road map. That map is the Bible, which declares: “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.”—2 Timothy 3:16.
Keep in mind Jesus’ words regarding how we can distinguish good religion from bad. He said: “A good tree produces good fruit, and a bad tree produces bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot produce good fruit.” (Matthew 7:17, 18, Contemporary English Version)
Good Religion Promotes High Moral Standards:
Good Religion Promotes Brotherly Love:
Good Religion Promotes Respect for God’s Word: