We all have a choice to believe in something, I choose to believe in God!

Monday, March 19, 2012


Well, hm, it's my understanding of other people's interactions with Jehovah's Witnesses that I might have to look forward to Mr. Ben returning frequently. I hear tell that he might try to convert me. Shameful, if true. Why? Because that's like walking into a church and going up to a congregant and saying, "you don't want to worship here, come with me and become a member of our congregation." And using manipulation to lure that person away from their current church or faith, to theirs.

Here's 2 reasons why it will never happen. Number one, I'm not leaving the bonds of religion to join a group of people that love the Lord but operate in their flesh. As I told Ben when he came last time, "Jehovah's Witnesses seem to believe that it's by their might and not by His Spirit that you have to live." He was confused by that statement. I picked up on the vibe. I said in more plain terminology, "you and your colleague seemed to come here the first time in the spirit of doing and not in the spirit of love." I said this with gentle respect, of course. They had an agenda, for sure.

Here's something else I noticed. This was subtle when he said it, but it spoke volumes to me. I asked him if they had any luck making connections on the mountain (where I live) with the other residents. To which he replied, "no, not really. Yours was the best 'door' we had all day." Hm, I thought. He referred to me as "the best door." That says to me that they do indeed see people on their trail as things to be done. I can't really explain my view much better than that.

Here's the 2nd reason I wouldn't become a Jehovah's Witness. They don't believe in the Trinity. It's in their book. They're argument is quite weak really. And I quote:

"Matthew 28:19 is usually cited to prove the doctrine. The text from the King James Version quotes Jesus: 'Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.' True, the Father, the Son, and the holy ghost (or spirit) are all mentioned in this text. However, nothing is said about their being one."

Are you serious? There's a lot of things about the world that's not written in scripture. This is one thing that is. The quoted scripture, "...in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost...," (and we capitalize it, Mr. Jehovah's Witness) is self-explanatory as it clearly states, "...in the name..," and then it includes the 3 persons that are included in "...the name."

Well, that's all I'll say for now, but stay tuned. My next post is going to reveal something that few have paid any attention to or noticed. It has revealed a mighty nugget of blessed reality as to who our Jesus is. I have school tonight. Gotta go get ready so I'll leave off here.