The Truth About Jehovah's Witnesses.

Don't listen to gossip and rumors that aren't true. Learn the truth about Jehovah's Witnesses in only five minutes by watching the organization in action at their 2015 Watchtower convention which was attended by 25,000 Jehovah's Witnesses.

Proof Jehovah's Witnesses Don't Follow Jesus.

This is one of the best videos about the Jehovah's Witnesses that's ever been produced because in just a few minutes you'll know everything that's important.

This video is not a debate about doctrines. It's about the everyday conduct of Jehovah's Witnesses.

In this video a polite, soft spoken Christian minister asks Jehovah's Witnesses if they imitate Jesus. Except for a couple people, no one talks with him. They walk right by like he's invisible.

This video is not just about the behavior of one or two JW's but hundreds of them at a large gathering open to the public. Many were told they were being video taped. Notice that they had no shame at all about the way they were behaving because they do this all the time. It's a way of life and something they do every day. It's 'normal' in their society. They've been doing this for so many decades, no one questions that it might be unkind and inappropriate for Christians who say they imitate Jesus.

Learn everything you need to know about the Watchtower religion in five minutes. Watch hundreds of Jehovah's Witnesses tell us the truth about what they believe, - not with their words, but with their conduct. Actions speak louder than words.

As you watch this short video, ask yourself these three questions.

  1. Do the Jehovah's Witnesses imitate Jesus? Matthew 10:34 [1]
  2. Are Jehovah's Witnesses kind and loving like Jesus was?
  3. What is the truth about Jehovah's Witnesses?

This video nicely illustrates what it's like to be shunned if you're 'an apostate'. It's exactly how your Jehovah's Witness parents, children, and other close family members would treat you if the Watchtower 'disfellowshipped' you. Millions have been disfellowshipped since 1952 and continue to be shunned for the rest of their lives.

In 1981 the Watchtower made it a sin to leave their organization. They say that leaving is 'wrong doing'. If you formally resign because your conscience no longer allows you to be a JW, you are judged and shunned just like the millions of JW's who have been excommunicated (i.e. disfellowshipped) for failing to obey Elders and/or the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses. [2]

At the 2016 convention of Jehovah's Witnesses, attendees were told Jehovah wants them to break off all contact with 'long time inactive Jehovah's Witnesses' in addition to the people who have voluntarily resigned or have been excommunicated.

WARNING. If you have friends or family members that are JW's, NEVER ever agree to a 'Bible Study'. First of all you will not be studying the Bible. You will be studying their literature. And secondly if you drop out of your 'Bible' studies and decide you don't want to be a JW, you will be shunned like an evil apostate for the rest of your life.

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141 Rules Of Jehovah's Witnesses.

1. According to the Bible, followers of Jesus love their enemies and do good to those who persecute Christians. Jesus taught love towards strangers, people we don't like, - and even enemies. He taught compassion and told his followers not to judge. He associated with and greeted everyone, even the Pharisees, prostitutes, and sinners.

In Matthew 5:47 Jesus said, 'And if you greet only your own people, what are you doing more than others? Do not even pagans do that?'

Jesus said, 'But love your enemies, do good to them, ... Then your reward will be great, and you will be children of the Most High, because he is kind to the ungrateful and wicked.' Luke 6:35

2. Watchtower quote. 'Persons who make themselves “not of our sort” by deliberately rejecting the faith and beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses should appropriately be viewed and treated as are those who have been disfellowshipped for wrongdoing.' Watchtower magazine, Sept 15, 1981, p 23, par 14-16 See the Watchtower policy of basic Human Rights