February 2014 Kingdom Ministry (KM - 02/2014 PDF)

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    WatchTower87 posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 14:41:34 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    NEWS!!!

    http://adf.ly/agGVc KM - 02/2014 PDF

    Instruction: press the 'skip ad' button top right, you should then see the download screen more easily

    NO VIRUS ;-)

    mindnumbed posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 14:57:09 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    Thanks!

    Here is the direct link to the download.

    http://fs10n5.sendspace.com/dl/8d93d4c5c6201fbc1c49c4bf2c24efe2/52ab1fdf7d3cdbc5/wq6i7m/km.pdf

    F Gayle posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 15:17:24 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    In the "Highlights" for U.S., it shows, is claimed an increase (1.4%) in "Peak Pubs." However, it is admitted in previous info, that there is an extra method to call pubs. that didn't report in previous months (probably inactive/irregular otherwise) and get them counted.

    TTATTelder posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 15:42:15 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    I can't wait to see the numbers for baptisms in the U.S compared to the millions of hours spent in the ministry work.

    I actually have my wife interested to see this little math equation when it comes out. I told her this stuff is just busy work. She is starting to wake up.

    TTATTelder posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 15:49:18 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    The U.S. should have had more than that 1.4 % sign up as publishers just from children coming of age.

    eyeuse2badub posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 17:59:48 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    Ah yes the 'all important' numbers. Poineers, "did you make your time for the year"?

    Just saying!

    eyeuse2badub

    M alanv posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 18:19:37 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    When engaging in public witnessing using a table or a
    cart, publishers should not display Bibles. However, they may
    have Bibles available to offer to individuals who request one
    or who demonstrate sincere interest in the truth.

    What's all that about?

    factfinder posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 22:13:49 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    Thank you Watch Tower 87!

    @alanv- I notice that too-why are they NOT to dosplay Bibles?

    Island Man posted Fri, 13 Dec 2013 23:36:56 GMT(12/13/2013)

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    When engaging in public witnessing using a table or a
    cart, publishers should not display Bibles. However, they may
    have Bibles available to offer to individuals who request one
    or who demonstrate sincere interest in the truth.

    What's all that about?

    I have a feeling it's all about them wanting to advertise the organization. WTBTS literature advertises the supposed insight and knowledge of the organization. The bible advertises God and Jesus. Since their ultimate objective is getting people into the organization, the bible must take a back seat to the organization's literatrash.

    factfinder posted Sat, 14 Dec 2013 03:05:02 GMT(12/14/2013)

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    they are supposed to be a "bible society" yet are not supposed to display bibles. What a joke!

    Phizzy posted Sat, 14 Dec 2013 14:06:56 GMT(12/14/2013)

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    The bibles cost them much more than a tract or magazine to produce, and if someone accepts a bible on its own, they may find out what it really teaches.

    Much cheaper to give them the WT's book on what the Bible teaches, and no fear of them finding out what it really teaches from that rubbish book.

    WTWizard posted Sat, 14 Dec 2013 15:44:08 GMT(12/14/2013)

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    Good thing the witlesses are not allowed to do Jupiter squares or other magick. Imagine how much their timing would improve if they did that--I remember averaging roughly one set of rags per 32 1/2 door knockings, by estimate (of course, I rarely followed up). Imagine doing Jupiter squares and getting that down to one set of rags per 16, or 12, doors. More people at home, more people ready at the time, more people studying, more people attending boasting sessions, more people doing field circus, more baptisms. And more congregations going from broke to enough to trigger bleeds into the Worldwide Pedophile Defense Fund each month.

    As is, it is mostly wasted time. As the witlesses cannot do magick, they cannot improve their odds. Not only do they go out when the planets are in bad signs, but they do nothing to improve the odds. They can have the perfect presentation, but if they get there when no one is home, the householder is busy, or they are simply not in the mood (or have their computer handy so they can cross-research), it will do them no good. Working with the planets, however, could have allowed them to focus on when people are home, and get them interested. Jupiter squares, among other things, improve timing so you get fewer dead calls, fewer not homes, and fewer people caught at bad times. Of course, Jupiter squares would get the witlesses disfellowshipped.

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