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The Jehovah’s Witnesses claim a membership of approximately 8.6 million world-wide (How Many of Jehovah’s Witnesses Are There Worldwide?, JW.org). The number are said to total about 1.2 million in the U.S.A. (2018 Country and Territory Reports, JW.org). “Jehovah’s Witnesses … Continue reading
What is the objective? What is it that we are trying to accomplish in our Bible classes and from the pulpit? Some specialize in the trivial. What man had twelve fingers and twelve toes? What tribe was filled with left-handers? … Continue reading
An ideal world, justice would be blind. We should be judged by the content of our character, and not the color of our skin or our socio-economic level. However, life is not always idea. Racism exists around the globe. The … Continue reading
President Warren G. Harding was dead. He died at 7:35 p.m. on August 2, 1923. He was in San Francisco, California, having just completed a visit to the territory of Alaska, the first visit by a president. The cause of … Continue reading
The year was 1848. Abraham Lincoln’s stepbrother, John Johnston, who had a history of financial problems, requested Abe’s help in a financial matter. Abe responded by letter (Dec. 24). Here is an excerpt. “Your request for eighty dollars, I do … Continue reading