Should I go back to the Kingdom Hall?

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If you are a former Jehovah’s Witness trying to make sense of what is happening in the world, you may have that nagging question in the back of your mind, “Should I go back to the Kingdom Hall?” Namely, because you were taught that this is the only place you can gain salvation.

The Watchtower Bible & Tract Society has been instrumental throughout the years convincing people that they will live forever in a paradise earth. They have been selling this beach front property to unsuspecting victims for years. The only way the adherents can cash in on this deal, is having a connection with being an active Jehovah’s Witness attending meetings at the Kingdom Hall and willingly spending countless hours knocking on doors and passing out books and pamphlets to other unsuspecting victims.

At some point, many people begin to realize that something is not adding up and stop attending meetings at the Kingdom Hall. Despite the nagging feel that something is wrong with the teachings, they are never able to get closure because they still believe this is the truth and are afraid of doing research about the foundations of the religion. Mainly, they are in fear because they have been forbidden to read anything religious other than what is approved or published by the Watchtower, Bible & Tract Society.

Some Jehovah’s Witnesses stop attending meetings at the Kingdom Hall because they may have had a run-in with a fellow brother or sister. And still others may have fallen into the Watchtower’s category of wrongdoing and have been disfellowshipped from the congregation.

Needless to say, throughout the years, people have left the organization for one reason or another. However, when world conditions begin to worsen, people begin flocking back to the Kingdom Hall thinking that the end is just around the corner. We encourage you to take time and research the Jehovah’s Witness religion. You can begin learning many things about this religion at JWfacts.com.

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