The plain truth? By Robert King

They would deliver . . . the decrees that had been decided on by the apostles. —Acts 16:4.

Jehovah always does what is right. The challenge for us, however, might be to trust in his human representatives. We might wonder whether those with a measure of authority in Jehovah’s organization really act according to Jehovah’s direction or their own. The plain truth is that we cannot say that we trust in Jehovah if we do not trust in his earthly representatives —those whom Jehovah trusts. Today Jehovah leads the earthly part of his organization by means of “the faithful and discreet slave.” (Matt. 24:45) Like the first-century governing body, this slave oversees God’s people worldwide and gives direction to congregation elders. The elders, in turn, implement the direction in the congregations. We show that we trust in Jehovah’s way of doing things by heeding the direction we receive from the organization and the elders. w22.02 4 ¶7-8
"The plain truth is that we cannot say that we trust in Jehovah if we do not trust in his earthly representatives —those whom Jehovah trusts."

The plain truth? This is probably the most well-crafted, insidiously deceptive statement the GB has ever spun. The fact is, many of God’s appointed representatives down through history have proven themselves to be unfaithful, even treacherous. It goes all the way back to the beginning when a trusted cherub whom Jehovah appointed to oversee Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden went rogue and became the murderous false god known as Satan, the Devil.

Solomon was Jehovah’s earthly representative to whom God appeared twice. He built the magnificent temple in Jerusalem and his writings comprise part of the Bible. Solomon also became an apostate and brought disaster on Israel.

Judas was appointed as a human representative of the King of God’s Kingdom. He was endowed with miraculous powers when he along with the eleven were sent out to preach and heal the sick and expell demons. He was entrusted with the operating funds for Jesus and the apostles. Did Jesus trust him though? Maybe at first, but at some point Jesus knew that Judas had to betray him to fulfill the word of God. And so when he handed the treacherous apostle the morsel he said: “What you are doing, do it more quickly.”

Whatever trust the Governing Body may have acquired has been squandered by their imposition of the vaccine mandate. What clear-headed Christian would consent to accept experimental vaccines that have proven to be ineffective and more deadly than Covid as if it were direction from Jehovah?

As the opening sentence says: Jehovah always does what is right. I believe that with all of my heart. That is why I know that Jehovah would never direct His people to inject themselves with a potentially deadly shot that doesn’t even provide immunity.

As for elders implementing the direction handed down to them, the Governing Body had to resort to strong-arming tactics, threatening elders with judicial action if they spoke out against the Watchtower’s advocacy of the mRNA injections. Elders who had legitimate concerns over the safety and efficacy of the injections were bullied into submission and silenced—just as doctors who spoke out against the vaccinations were de-platformed and bullied by regulators and the media. Some elders chose to step down rather than be a party to such tyranny. I am sure Jehovah respects those who made such decisions. And are Jehovah’s Witnesses now to unreservedly trust the direction they receive from an organization that silences loving shepherds who try to protect the sheep entrusted to them?

As for the faithful slave, JWs would be well-advised to read Jesus’ words more carefully. If you do so you will surely note that Jesus posed it in the form of a question—“Who really is the faithful and discreet slave whose his master appointed?”

How can we know the answer? We can’t. True, there is an appointment—a first appointment to feed the household. Then there is a judgment of those appointed. The faithful slave will only become apparent after the master arrives like a thief in the night to inspect his house.

According to Christ not all of the appointed slaves will be found to have been faithful. That is why Jesus went on to say: “But if ever that evil slave says in his heart, ‘My master is delaying,’ and he starts to beat his fellow slaves and to eat and drink with the confirmed drunkards, the master of that slave will come on a day that he does not expect and in an hour that he does not know, and he will punish him with the greatest severity and will assign him his place with the hypocrites. There is where his weeping and the gnashing of his teeth will be.”

Claiming that the Pentagon-funded bio-weapon is a gift from Jehovah and that it is necessary for everyone to inject themselves multiple times in order to remain in the land of the living not only constitutes the slave cavorting with the power-drunk genocidalists of the world but is a form of beating inflicted upon his fellow slaves.

How many have been sickened and killed or will yet succumb to the toxic injections promoted as having been directed by Jehovah? Rest assured Jehovah knows the exact number. 
Posted in Default Category on June 24 2023 at 01:11 PM

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