The Inner Struggle of Jehovah’s Witnesses
- The Inner Struggle of Jehovah’s Witnesses: Fearing They Won’t Prove Worthy - It is ironic and tragic that Jehovah's Witnesses come to our doors to tell us about God's wonderful promise concerning how we can live forever in paradise on earth, yet they have no assurance at all that they themselves will be there.
- The Inner Struggle of Jehovah’s Witnesses: The Treadmill - The Watchtower’s emphasis on proving worthy keeps Jehovah’s Witnesses on a never-ending treadmill of works, continually uncertain of where they stand with Jehovah and fearful that they will be judged to have fallen short.
- The Inner Struggle of Jehovah’s Witnesses: Attempting the Impossible - Nothing is as stressful as trying to do something that simply cannot be done, especially when you think that your eternal life depends on it. This is the situation in which the Watchtower places Jehovah’s Witnesses.