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Jehovah's Kingdom

The Messenger of the Covenant Brings Good News

Jehovah's Kingdom is a book about Jehovah's Witnesses.

They were once a spiritually clean Christian people,

but their Governing Body has become unfaithful

and broken their covenant relationship

with Almighty God Jehovah.

Now they hold their members captive

 by false prophecy and intimidation.

Thank you for your interest in


We are dedicated to serving JEHOVAH

 and His Son, Jesus Christ.

We respectfully recommend:

Honor Jehovah and His Holy Name in all of our conduct and speech. Approach Jehovah in prayer through His Holy Son, Jesus Christ, and call on Jehovah Himself with His Holy Name. Matthew 22: 36-38, Matthew 6: 9-15, John 14: 6

Extend thoughtful kindness to others, beginning with our closest family members and friends, and to all others, even those who are not easy to get along with. Matthew 7: 12-14

Abstain from fornication, the ingestion of blood, and anything that is a part of worship of any other God than Jehovah, Himself. Acts 15: 29

Respect the Sabbath by not doing secular work Saturday sunset to Sunday sunset, one of the Ten Commandments, (also known as the Ten Words, the Decalogue), which is separate and distinct from the rest of the old (Hebrew) covenant, and which is least practiced by Christians. The rest of the Hebrew law covenant was canceled by Jehovah because Christ, our King, Jehovah God's Holy Son, fulfilled it to perfection. Deuteronomy 5:12-15, Exodus 20: 1-18

Extend our care to animals and the rest of Jehovah's creation, which is given to us by Almighty God for our respectful use of it. Out of respect, reduce unnecessary use of His living creation for personal consumption, allowing supplies of God's great store to be replenished and sustained, availing more to others in need. 1 Timothy 4: 1-5

Wherever you may be on your spiritual path,


 you will find compassion and encouragement here.

Recommended Reading

Crisis of Conscience by Raymond Franz, ©2004 Commentary Press

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