Jehovah's Witnesses believe they must protect God's organization from his enemies. First, let's ask this question. Who are Jehovah's enemies? And secondly, is it reasonable to believe that our Creator has enemies? Is it possible that God is afraid of us? Of course not.
Ok, if God has no enemies that can harm him, does he have enemies that can harm his people here on earth? Perhaps he does. Who are God's enemies that stand in the way of world peace and security? And who are his people? Are the Jehovah's Witnesses God's chosen ones? Jesus gave us a clue in God's word.
Jesus said, 'But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without expecting to get anything back. Then your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High, because he is kind to the ungrateful and wicked.' Luke 6: 35
Therefore if we want to be sons of the Most high and his people, we must love our enemies, do good to them, and treat all with kindness including the ungrateful and the wicked. Doesn't that make sense? God's people treat everyone with kindness like Jesus did, even the ones who cause trouble and don't deserve it. Because of their unconditional love, Jesus says they are sons of the Most High.
Who then are God's enemies? Who stands in the way of God's plan for world peace? It could be anyone who doesn't follow God's example of unconditional love. Critics point to the Watchtower organization, and question whether their claims about being God's channel of communication are truthful or not. Are they 'sons of the Most High'? If so, what evidence do we have that they are following the instructions of Jesus in Luke 6:35? Are they treating the ungrateful and the wicked with the same love God does? Examine the evidence. See Apostate Jehovah's Witnesses, and Disfellowshipping