Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Food On The Table of Demons

The following exceprts are from a fairly recent WT article [The Watchtower, July 1, 1994, pp. 11-13] shows the absolute desperation the Watchtower society is facing regarding the worldwide flood of exposure of its lies, false prophecies and inhuman dictatorial treatment of its members:
Beware of the Poisonous Food on the Table of Demons
Comment: can you believe this title?
Geeesh! The Watchtower loves to call names, doesn't it?
"Food on the table of demons is poisonous. Consider, for example, the food dispensed by the evil slave class and the apostates. It does not nourish or build up; it is not wholesome. It cannot be, for the apostates have stopped feeding at Jehovah's table."
Comment: first sentence: demonic food is poisonous.
Second sentence: the "evil slave and apostates" are demonic. No proof. No evidence. Just assertion presented as fact. Well, this is usual for the Watchtower.
"As a result, whatever they had developed of the new personality is gone."
Translation: "as a result, whatever braindead robotics they used to perform as Watchtower slaves is gone and we're going to punish them for it."
"What motivates them is, not holy spirit, but vitriolic bitterness. They are obsessed with only one aim -- beating their former fellow slaves, as Jesus foretold. -- Matthew 24:48, 49."

Comment: Nah, we don't want to beat our former fellow slaves. The Watchtower society has a fabulous infrastructure designed for just that purpose. We couldn't top their time-tested tecniques if we tried.
"Yes, apostates publish literature that resorts to distortions, half-truths, and outright falsehood."

Comment: of course the WTS won't give any examples of this assertion. Moreover we've given ABUNDANT examples of the Watchtower's distortions, half-truths and outright falsehoods. It is sad that many JWs accept this kind of slanderous trash at face-value and are not even allowed to see if it is true or not. A sincere Jehovah's Witness has to ask himself, "if this is so true, then why can't I verify these statements for myself without being excommunicated?"
"They even picket Witness conventions, trying to trap the unwary."
Comment: this one really got to me!
Did the writer forget that for over a dozen years, Da Judge used to routinely order Jehovah's Witnesses by the hundreds and even thousands to swarm all over the neighborhood churches wearing sandwich cards which said "Religion is a Snare and a Racket", and to harass the peaceful church-goers with their unwanted tracts and message? This is a form of false argument called Special Pleading.
"Hence, it would be a dangerous thing to allow our curiosity to move us to feed on such writings or to listen to their abusive speech! While we might not think it a risk for us personally, the hazard remains.
Why? For one thing, some of the apostate literature presents falsehoods by means of "smooth talk" and "counterfeit words." (Romans 16:17, 18; 2 Peter 2:3)
Abusive speech? Are they serious? It's ok for the Watchtower to call all other religions "whores" and "spiritual fornicators", but should someone dare say they have evidence that the Watchtower is not what it claims to be, that is "abusive speech"? Hypocirites!
"What would you expect from the table of demons?"
Once again, the Watchtower has equated apostates, many of which merely present their evidence from the Watchtower literature itself as feeding others "from the table of demons." Only an idiot could not see that this type of "evidence" insults the common sense of any average person.
"And while the apostates may also present certain facts, these are usually taken out of context with the goal of drawing others away from the table of Jehovah. All their writings simply criticize and tear down! Nothing is upbuilding."
Notice that NO examples are given of what is "usually" taken out of context?
To the Watchtower, "upbuilding" means "don't examine, and don't criticize anything we say and do, even if it is true."
"Jesus said: "By their fruits you will recognize them." (Matthew 7:16) What, now, are the fruits of the apostates and their publications? Four things mark their propaganda. (1) Cleverness. Ephesians 4:14 says that they are "cunning in contriving error." (2) Prideful intelligence. (3) Lack of love. (4) Dishonesty in various forms. These are the very ingredients of the food that is on the table of demons, all of which is designed to undermine the faith of Jehovah's people."
Uh, hello? Do these 4 things remind you of any organization OTHER than the so-called "apostates"?
Heh, heh. Could someone please explain to me what "prideful intelligence" means? It sounds to me that it means something like "use your brains but only to the extent that they will help you to conform to our rules. Otherwise, shut your brains off 'cause we will tell you what to think."
"As loyal servants of Jehovah, why would we even want to peek at the propaganda put out by these rejecters of Jehovah's table who now verbally beat those who are helping us take in "healthful words"? -- 2 Timothy 1:13."
Why? Because there is a lot of TRUTH in that so-called "propadanda", that's why. THAT is the reason the Watchtower is so desperately and strongly "encouraging" you not to look at that information.
If there was nothing for them to fear, they would not even care what its members looked at or read.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your work is not in vain. There are many watching your site and some might be too timid to post (like me) for the fear that has been planted in our heart. The truth should be able to withstand anything and allways perservier, if not; then we need to re-evaluate our situation and our 'thruths'. Never stop praying for guidance , strenght, to discern what's just and proper, and for forgiveness.
Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Yes, yes, yes....bless you and all of your efforts to try and bring a message of hope to those fortunate enough to have found this site. Your vision for the future is uplifting, your words of love are so comforting and your insightful disection of the Watchtower makes me warm all over.

ablebodiedman said...
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kimmy jo said...

THANK YOU once again for the intelligent post.


"Jesus said: "By their fruits you will recognize them." (Matthew 7:16) What, now, are the fruits of the (Watchtower) publications? Four things mark their propaganda. (1) Cleverness. Ephesians 4:14 says that they are "cunning in contriving error." (2) Prideful intelligence. (3) Lack of love. (4) Dishonesty in various forms. These are the very ingredients of the food that is on the table of demons..."

If judged by their own judgement, they cannot stand.

TRUTH has NO FEAR. It is the DEMONS that shudder. Who do you think is fearfull here, of TRUTH that is?

Anonymous said...

Having fun with your color crayons?

Ronde said...

The problem with this site is that it is just negative campaign advertising.

You ought to work for a politician.

But you don't realize that people don't like negative advertising.

People want to see what you will do for them, not what the other's faults are.

Ronde said...

Why do you keep talking about the Watchtower.

I keep telling you over and over that what it printed in the Watchtower is not what matters.

What matters is how the individuals, you, me and everyone, applies the Bible's counsel.

JoePublish said...

Then why do they study it every week? It must matter some.

And what if something in the Watchtower DOES NOT represent accurately what the Bible states... then what?

Ronde said...

Joepub, studying of anything does not matter, it is how it is applied. That is what I said.

But to answer your question, the Watchtower study is only one meeting and much of that material comes from the district convention. So go to that material.

And there are other meetings.

"And what if something in the Watchtower DOES NOT represent accurately what the Bible states... then what?"

I have yet to see that happen, but in such a case you are not understanding matters properly.

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and who is that blog administrator who deleted the comment?

JoePublish said...

Watchtower Errors:

http://www.towertotruth.net/falseprop.htm

http://www.jwfacts.com/index_files/light.htm

Ronde said...

Joepub.

You can copy and paste websites.
But what do they have to do with Jehovah's Witnesses?

Here is one not the Watchtower that has very much to do with Jehovah's Witnesses.

http://www.jwproclaimers.org/

JoePublish said...

Ronde> But what do they have to do with Jehovah's Witnesses?

If you read them, you'll find out:

http://www.sixscreensofthewatchtower.com/

btw: The November 1999 Kingdom Ministry firmly stated:

"Commenting on whether there is a need for our brothers to create such Web sites, Our Kingdom Ministry, November 1997, page 3, stated: “There is no need for any individual to prepare Internet pages about Jehovah’s Witnesses, our activities, or our beliefs.”

Consequently, I'm very suspicious of web-sites created by JW's that go against this direction.

Ronde said...

Joepublish

"Ronde> But what do they have to do with Jehovah's Witnesses?
If you read them, you'll find out:"

Were they produced by current Jehovah's Witnesses?

You are proving your ignorance.

Jehovah's Witnesses do not follow the KM as rules because they do not give rules.

Obviously, this blog proves that there needs to be sites besides the Watchtower's.

But as they say, ignorance is bliss, and you are on cloud nine.