Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Jehovah's Witnesses and The Memorial

Jehovah's Witnesses commemorate Christ's death by observing the Lord's Evening Meal (Memorial) each year on Nisan 14 of the Jewish calendar. This annual celebration is a morbidly mysterious night out for Jehovah's Witnesses.

Not only are the Witnesses "commanded to attend", "respectful observers" eagerly anticipate prospective "partakers" in the hopes of having a hot topic to discuss in field service the following week. During this quasi-Christian ceremony, unleavened bread and unadulterated wine are passed around the congregations of Jehovah's Witnesses worldwide.

Those who are part of the heavenly class (144,000) are the only ones who partake of the symbolic emblems. Although non-Jehovah's Witnesses are also invited to attend, they are typically perplexed by the fact that so few partake of these symbolic emblems, since Jesus Christ told everyone it was necessary to partake. In essence, through passing the bread and wine to the next person and refusing to partake, these "respectful observers" are rejecting Christ, ultimately proving they are on Satan's side.

                               Click Here to see the Letter from the Watchtower Society.

With the Memorial approaching after sundown on April 17, 2011, it's time to start planning for a peaceful demonstration. Former Jehovah's Witnesses are joining forces and eagerly awaiting the Annual Memorial Night Demonstration at local kingdom halls. This is an excellent opportunity to expose to the Witnesses' relatives, friends and Bible studies what the The Watchtower Organization is hiding behind. Signs and banners this year will be focusing on shunning and child molesting. If you would like to participate, contact us and we can help you have a successful demonstration.

Be sure to check out our videos from past demonstrations on our YouTube channel.