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Why I Hope The Jehovah's Witnesses Are Wrong

Why I Hope The Jehovah's Witnesses Are Wrong

The Jehovah's Witnesses believe that only 144,000 people will be in Heaven. They believe that people don't go to Heaven when they die. They believe that people will rot in the ground until the day when God resurrects them. They believe that all except 144,000 will live in the Paradise on Earth.

I hope that they're wrong because of my mom. Mom was a wonderful woman, and she deserves to be living the good life in Heaven. It's scary to think that she's just rotting in the ground, and won't exist again until Judgement Day.

I went to the Kingdom Hall for two years, and then I quit. I quit going because they did wrong by me and another man who goes there. But for Mom's sake, I hope that the Jehovah's Witnesses are wrong. Mom was a good Christian. She read the Bible from cover to cover twice. She deserves to be in Heaven instead of just rotting in her grave.

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Gerard McGowan

I must thread carefully , religion is not my forte, I believe heaven exists for all, I believe we create our own version of heaven, a beautiful place free from pain, a place that we create. 

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Dean Kuch

Hello, Randy.
Our bodies are mere meaty husks that house the part of us that truly matters—the soul. After our soul leaves our body we're nothing more than an empty shell.
The Bible says in the Book of 2 Corinthians, Chapter 5:8: "We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord"
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pauline codd

A young man returned a book to an elderly person I was with, it was a religious Jehova Witness book, and he asked me if I wanted to read it.. I said no, I don't want your perfect world.  He said, wouldn't you like a world without illness, where lambs can run with lions and all is perfect..I said no, in that world I would not exist, I'm not a size 12, I don't have blonde hair nor big titts..and that is what you would regard as perfect, so where would I go..where would all the people go that were not perfect.? if you was God and he gave you this world, wouldn't you be a little angry for everyone to complain and say..BUT WE WANT PERFECTION ?..not this gift of life you have given ? ..he said, do you not want to live for ever ? and I said no..I live for as long as I have then give other people a chance...why would I want to live forever ..? especially with people who are not happy with what they have ?  I don't think he got what I meant. . .if my spirit is kindly I shall live on..but the lamb with never lie down with the lion. .nice to question Randy, I guess your mum will be in spirit and lightness..

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