Do Apostates Hate The Organization?

Perhaps some do hate the organization. This is not what Jesus taught. Jesus told us to love everyone. We need to remember that it's the Watchtower Society that taught Jehovah's Witnesses that 'Godly hate' is a good quality. (See Why Do Jehovah's Witnesses Fear Apostates and Apostate Jehovah's Witnesses.) So if some Witnesses 'hate' the organization when they leave, it's based on the hate the Watchtower Society has taught them. After a few years, most Jehovah's Witness who leave, discover God's love that Jesus taught and they abandon hateful practices.

We do not condone hate in any form. It is wrong. It is not Christian. Even if the Watchtower Society hates people who leave, we should not hate the Watchtower Society, or Witnesses who make up the rules for the organization, or Witnesses who defend hateful practices Jesus did not teach. It is a serious case of 'wrong doing' to hate anyone!

Jesus specifically told his followers that they must not hate anyone personally. However just like Jesus rebuked the Pharisees for their self righteous, pompus teachings, it is proper for Jehovah's Witnesses who leave the organization to speak out against injustices and religions who have 'run ahead' of the teachings of Christ. 2 John 1: 9.

Speaking out against the organization is not 'persecution', - it's exposing darkness, just like Jesus exposed the beliefs of the Pharisees. Jesus wasn't persecuting the Pharisees. He was merely speaking out against unloving, self-righteous behaviors. Jesus said, 'Woe to you Pharisees, because you give God a tenth of your mint, rue and all other kinds of garden herbs, but you neglect justice and the love of God.' Luke 11:42

All articles on this website are written with love. We will not publish any articles sent to us that are written with hateful words. It is our hope that the Watchtower Society will see the error of their ways and repent. It's time for all religions to abandon hatred, judgement, self righteousness, and bigotry.

God is now in the process of restoring world peace and his kingdom by transforming minds from hate to love. Imagine a peaceful, paradise earth, where all people are happy and free. In God's new world all people are united in their unconditional love for themselves and all people, - especially those who are different.

People in God's kingdom will disagree. They'll debate philosophy, religion, and moral issues just like they do today, but all interactions will be based on the love Jesus taught. The words, 'I hate you because you're not as righteous as I am'', will be replaced with the words, 'I love you because you are a different expression of God'.

It's time for the organization to read the words of Jesus and understand God's love for everyone, not just Jehovah's Witnesses. (What Can Rainbows Teach Us About God, Religion, and World Peace.)