Who are Jehovah's Witnesses?
Would you say their....
1. A helping community?
3. or people who study the bible and follow Christ's teachings?
Jehovah's Witnesses is a Christian based religion, and has its teaching from Jesus such as preaching, having brotherly love and many more. they were initialized in the 1800s and was first overseen by Charles T. Russell in Brooklyn, New York. Their goal it to reach out to the whole world and tell them about the good news of God's kingdom. Their many accomplishments include:
- Preaching the news about God's kingdom
- Upholding the benefit of the community
- Providing voluntary relief
- Upholding good conduct and citizenship
- Helping others to learn about the bible's message
They also had laws passed to preserve the freedom of religion around the world such as:
- Upholding free speech in many countries such as India
- Upholding freedom of religion in many countries like the U.S.
- Being able to preach
- Go to JW.org and search for more relief efforts
- Order a free bible study
- Go to the nearest kingdom hall meeting
- This organization is supported by donation
What exactly can Jehovah's Witnesses do for you?
"(you) must keep in mind the words of the Lord Jesus, when he himself said: ‘There is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving.’” - Acts 20:35
"Go, therefore and make disciples of people of all the nation, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you. And look! I am with you all the days until the conclusion of the system of things." - Matthew 28:19,20
“This good news of the Kingdom will be preached in all the inhabited earth.”—Matthew 24:14.
"The second [commandment] is this: 'You must love your neighbor as yourself"" -Mathew 22:39
Why this organization?
In times of disaster, Jehovah’s Witnesses provide assistance to fellow believers and others. They do so for free, as an expression of love, and identifying mark of true Christians. The following examples of their loving care does not include the spiritual and emotional care that always accompanies our efforts:
Brazil: Floods, landslides, and mudslides resulted in the death of hundreds of people. In response, Jehovah’s Witnesses gave 42 tons of nonperishable food items, 20,000 bottles of water, 10 tons of clothing, and 5 tons of cleaning supplies, as well as medicine and other items.
Congo (Kinshasa): Medical help for cholera, seed for planting, and tons of clothing for the torrential rain were given to those in refugee camps.
Thailand: Disastrous floods did a lot damage in several provinces. Relief teams repaired and cleaned 100 homes and 6 Kingdom Halls.
Jehovah's Witnesses Coordinate Extensive Relief Efforts Following Hurricane Matthew
Jehovah's witnesses comfort those around the world through the use of the bible.
Because... They help with relief, maintain good conduct, and give good life advice