We are overturning . . . every lofty thing  raised up against the knowledge of God. (2 Corinthians 10:5)   Fundamentalists of Christendom teach that the  universe, including our earth and all life on it, is  only a few thousand years old. Those who teach  this doctrine—known as creationism—may have  high regard for the Bible, but they contend that God  created all things in six 24-hour days just a few  thousand years ago. They reject credible scientific  evidence that contradicts their view…

We are overturning . . . every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God. (2 Corinthians 10:5) Fundamentalists of Christendom teach that the universe, including our earth and all life on it, is only a few thousand years old. Those who teach this doctrine—known as creationism—may have high regard for the Bible, but they contend that God created all things in six 24-hour days just a few thousand years ago. They reject credible scientific evidence that contradicts their view…

They are . . . alienated from  the life that belongs to God. (Ephesians 4:18)   To become reconciled to God, people must first be  convinced that Jehovah exists and that there are  good reasons for drawing close to him. We can  help them to gain that knowledge by encouraging  them to examine creation. When people study  creation with an open mind, they learn of God’s  wisdom and power. (Rom. 1:19, 20) Even so, those  who learn only from creation will not find answers  to some of life’s most…

They are . . . alienated from the life that belongs to God. (Ephesians 4:18) To become reconciled to God, people must first be convinced that Jehovah exists and that there are good reasons for drawing close to him. We can help them to gain that knowledge by encouraging them to examine creation. When people study creation with an open mind, they learn of God’s wisdom and power. (Rom. 1:19, 20) Even so, those who learn only from creation will not find answers to some of life’s most…

Help Yourself & Others by Using God’s Word All Scripture is inspired of God and beneficial. (2 Timothy 3:16) When the elders consider whether a Bible student qualifies to participate in the field ministry, they ask themselves, ‘Do the person’s expressions show that he believes that the Bible is the inspired Word of God?’ For someone who desires to become a Kingdom publisher—in fact, for all of God’s servants—the answer must be a clear yes. Why? Our confidence in God’s Word and our ability to…

Help Yourself & Others by Using God’s Word All Scripture is inspired of God and beneficial. (2 Timothy 3:16) When the elders consider whether a Bible student qualifies to participate in the field ministry, they ask themselves, ‘Do the person’s expressions show that he believes that the Bible is the inspired Word of God?’ For someone who desires to become a Kingdom publisher—in fact, for all of God’s servants—the answer must be a clear yes. Why? Our confidence in God’s Word and our ability to…

The Consequences of Treachery/Referencing 1 Corinthians 5:11-13(Romans 14:10-12)(2 Corinthians 2:5-10)(Luke 3:8)

The Consequences of Treachery/Referencing 1 Corinthians 5:11-13(Romans 14:10-12)(2 Corinthians 2:5-10)(Luke 3:8)

London, England - Sharing from the Bible with the public the Good News of God's Kingdom to Come on Earth! -JW.org Bible based information in 600 languages!

London, England - Sharing from the Bible with the public the Good News of God's Kingdom to Come on Earth! -JW.org Bible based information in 600 languages!

Not that we are the masters over your faith, . . . for it is by your faith that you are standing. (2 Corinthians 1:24) // With these words, Paul acknowledged that the brothers in Corinth stood firm, not because of him or any other human, but because of their own faith in God. Hence, Paul saw no need to control the faith of his brothers, and he had no desire to do so. He was confident that they were faithful Christians who wanted to do what was right. (2 Cor. 2:3) Today, elders follo...

Not that we are the masters over your faith, . . . for it is by your faith that you are standing. (2 Corinthians 1:24) // With these words, Paul acknowledged that the brothers in Corinth stood firm, not because of him or any other human, but because of their own faith in God. Hence, Paul saw no need to control the faith of his brothers, and he had no desire to do so. He was confident that they were faithful Christians who wanted to do what was right. (2 Cor. 2:3) Today, elders follo...

Benefits of the Ransom    “The Things Upon The Earth”  Being Reconciled To God, Is , A Present Reality!      Namely, that God was by means of Christ  reconciling a world to himself, not counting their  offenses against them, and he entrusted to us  the message of the reconciliation. Therefore, we are ambassadors substituting for  Christ, as though God were making an appeal  through us. As substitutes for Christ, we beg:  “Become reconciled to God.” (2 Corinthians 5:19, 20)

Benefits of the Ransom “The Things Upon The Earth” Being Reconciled To God, Is , A Present Reality! Namely, that God was by means of Christ reconciling a world to himself, not counting their offenses against them, and he entrusted to us the message of the reconciliation. Therefore, we are ambassadors substituting for Christ, as though God were making an appeal through us. As substitutes for Christ, we beg: “Become reconciled to God.” (2 Corinthians 5:19, 20)

Hundreds of years before it happened, the Bible prophesied how Babylon would be conquered. (Isaiah 44:27–45:2)

Hundreds of years before it happened, the Bible prophesied how Babylon would be conquered. (Isaiah 44:27–45:2)

This is a scripture to think about deeply. If the unrighteous are in a burning hell, why then would they be resurrected? The bible teaches that hell is the grave of all mankind. The righteous are those who knew and served God. The unrighteous are those whom God deems worthy of a resurrection and a 2nd chance to do what is right See also Matt. 5:28,29

This is a scripture to think about deeply. If the unrighteous are in a burning hell, why then would they be resurrected? The bible teaches that hell is the grave of all mankind. The righteous are those who knew and served God. The unrighteous are those whom God deems worthy of a resurrection and a 2nd chance to do what is right See also Matt. 5:28,29

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