That's one of the big things that we humans have a hard time understanding. God was never created,, and never began. He always was. You'll get a lot of mean comments here about how "there is no God", but you can find a warm group of people who truly care about you and who worship God the way he...
Best answer: That's one of the big things that we humans have a hard time understanding. God was never created,, and never began. He always was. You'll get a lot of mean comments here about how "there is no God", but you can find a warm group of people who truly care about you and who worship God the way he requies at your local Kingdom Hall. The (peaceful) public is always welcome, in most areas of the world. In some areas, they've been banned by the government. But is there any wonder why? Jesus said that his followers would be hated everywhere.
I'm being serious, and sincerde.
Most people just believe whatever they hear about this group of Christians and never bother to find out the truth from the source. But don't be like those lazy people. I watched them for fourteen years before becoming one as an adult. I wanted to make sure I knew exactly what I was getting into. I've been to 70 Kingdom Halls across the U.S. and Canada, and they are the same great, loving people everywhere. I'll get a tom pof thumbs down, but that just illustrates my point. It really IS easier to believe any old thing people say. I found out for myself, from my own copy of the Bible, that what they teach is true.
God. We worship the one true and Almighty God, the Creator, whose name is Jehovah. (Psalm 83:18; Revelation 4:11) He is the God of Abraham, Moses, and Jesus.—Exodus 3:6; 32:11; John 20:17.
Bible. We recognize the Bible as God’s inspired message to humans. (John 17:17; 2 Timothy 3:16) We base our beliefs on all 66 of its books, which include both the “Old Testament” and the “New Testament.” Professor Jason D. BeDuhn aptly described it when he wrote that Jehovah’s Witnesses built “their system of belief and practice from the raw material of the Bible without predetermining what was to be found there.”
While we accept the entire Bible, we are not fundamentalists. We recognize that parts of the Bible are written in figurative or symbolic language and are not to be understood literally.—Revelation 1:1.
Jesus. We follow the teachings and example of Jesus Christ and honor him as our Savior and as the Son of God. (Matthew 20:28; Acts 5:31) Thus, we are Christians. (Acts 11:26) However, we have learned from the Bible that Jesus is not Almighty God and that there is no Scriptural basis for the Trinity doctrine.—John 14:28.
The Kingdom of God. This is a real government in heaven, not a condition in the hearts of Christians. It will replace human governments and accomplish God’s purpose for the earth. (Daniel 2:44; Matthew 6:9, 10) It will take these actions soon, for Bible prophecy indicates that we are living in “the last days.”—2 Timothy 3:1-5; Matthew 24:3-14.
Jesus is the King of God’s Kingdom in heaven. He began ruling in 1914.—Revelation 11:15.
God's kingdom is just a condition of the heart. It's a real government in heavrn that will change human life as we know it. (my words).