Watchtower Study Review – “He Gives Power to the Tired One” – February 26 – March 4, 2018

Reviewing the article, “He Gives Power to the Tired One” in the January 2018 Watchtower Study Edition.

Topics of discussion: The burdens of JW activities, prayer to Jesus, children of God vs. friends of God, confession of sins to elders.

 

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JW.org sources cited in this podcast:

“If a Christian knows that a brother or sister has done something seriously wrong, he should tell that person to confess the sin to the elders. (1 Corinthians 6:9, 10; James 5:14-16) If the person does not confess his sin, the Christian who knows of the sin should tell the elders about it. If the Christian does not say anything because he wants to keep peace with the sinner, then he too is sinning.​—Leviticus 5:1read Proverbs 29:24.” (SOURCE)

“If we fall into serious sin, we need to repent sincerely and seek Jehovah’s forgiveness. We must confess our sins to him. (1 John 1:9) We also need to approach the elders, who can offer us spiritual help. (Jas. 5:14-16) By availing ourselves of Jehovah’s arrangements, we show that we trust in his promise to heal and forgive us.” (SOURCE)

One thought on “Watchtower Study Review – “He Gives Power to the Tired One” – February 26 – March 4, 2018

  1. Elmer says:

    Hi Mike,

    Very nice review. I especially liked your coverage at the end about how unscriptural it is to confess to the Elders. Keep up the good work.
    Nice to see your comments on Boroean Pickets too.👍

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