The Jehovah's organization prides itself worldwide on the strict equality of the teachers working for it. The Watchtower system is based on the world's hardest unification of people and deeply interferes with the life and existence of those who allow themselves to think. Families are systematically divided, children and adults are put under massive psychological pressure, Jehovah's Witnesses are regularly excluded and classified as apostates.
It is as unlikely that a person will remain safely in the ranks of Jehovah's Witnesses as it is unlikely that a driver will be accident-free. It happens that a Jehovah's Witness is not accused of apostasy for the rest of his life, but this is by no means the rule. The rule is that most Jehovah's Witnesses become apostates once or several times during their lives. The interplay between integration and excommunication is an integral part of the Watchtower program.
Jesus as the shepherd of Christianity – Jesus, the sole ruler and Lord of all Christians (Judas 4) – brought an example of what has to happen under his guidance.
The permanent selection of Jehovah's Witnesses, who allow themselves to be brought into line one hundred percent by the WT organization, is the direct contradiction against Jesus. The Watchtower Society maintains an elite system that is diametrically opposed to Jesus at its core. Jehovah's Witnesses continue to be subject to the threat of stigmatization as weeds and are weeded out without mercy and often very arbitrarily as soon as they become uncomfortable for the worldwide brotherhood. The discipline within the Watchtower Society and its consequences are exactly the opposite of what Jesus instructed.
The faithful and understanding slave turns out to be an opponent of Jesus who tends to be rebellious throughout. With the system of apostasy, the slave demonstrates to the whole world how to erode Jesus' words and how to embarrass Jesus.
Not only does the Jehovah's Witness Governing Body and its control system of elders dare to turn people into renegades again and again, they also show the whole of humanity how hundreds or even thousands daily experience a destiny that is completely at odds with the Word of Jesus Christ. The preservation that Jesus promises us Christians does not apply in the Watchtower system. But by making Jesus the second leading figure of the Watchtower system, Jehovah's Witnesses have the never-ending opportunity to directly contradict Jesus in the name of discipline. Not only do they deny the power that works in our lives, but they also deny the security that Jesus offers. Consistently, faith within the Watchtower religion becomes a risky enterprise with no real prospect of success. For Jehovah's Witnesses, personal faith in Jesus is ineffective as long as the Watchtower leadership lacks the blessing. And since personal faith in Jesus is categorically rejected by the Watchtower leadership because it includes accepting Jesus as one's God, faith in Jesus is contrary to the Watchtower Party Guardians' guidelines.
The daily creation of renegades among Jehovah's Witnesses deliberately causes the following facts:
The Christian religious community of Jehovah's Witnesses with its system of apostasy disfigures not only the Bible, but everything that joins it. At the same time, Jehovah's Witnesses are strictly prevented from learning through the action of the Holy Spirit, for they are committed and sworn to the anti-Christian system. The discrimination of those who do not follow this system one hundred percent is an affront against God and mankind, it is a personal insult to Jesus Christ and has only the meaning of the firmly built in resistance against Jesus.
There is no system in the world that acts more successfully against Jesus. Every anti-Christian religion fades away from the spiritual derangement that people have to be imposed on themselves if they want to be part of the Watchtower religion. The hardening of the heart is perfect, for it is accompanied by a crystal-clear separation from Jesus. This separation from God is controlled and secured by dictatorial means.
Jesus admonishes us in Matthew 18:9: "See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I say to you: Their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father in heaven. – If an organization that claims to be the only true Christian religious community acts diametrically opposed to these words of Jesus and not only despises those little ones but also excludes them from the community and thus rips them out of the alleged hand of Jesus, what is still true about this one true religion? Here the antichristian spirit is clearly discernible. The Antichrist imitates Jesus Christ, assumes his role, but acts exactly the opposite to Jesus. From the security of Jesus, which is higher than all reason, the Antichrist makes a great risk, which already begins with quite normal human reason.
"As at the time of the Inquisition, the Inquisitors claim all rights, and the defendants are without rights. The investigators believe they have the right to ask any question and to refuse to answer any counter-question. They attach importance to keeping their interrogations secret and do not allow anyone to see them, but at the same time they claim the right to snoop around in the confidential conversations and other private lives of the interrogated persons. They consider the secrecy of the proceedings to be appropriate, since they must be "confidential. Their evasive answers are precisely what they see as the appropriate reaction, which is tactically indicated; but if the accused want to preserve the privacy of their conversations with friends, this is considered insincerity and evidence of a conspiracy."
A preacher in an Internet video once said he wasn't sure if Raymond Franz really became a Christian later. When you read the book "The Conflict of Conscience," you realize that Raymond Franz was no longer acceptable to the organization because he had evolved into a Christian without knowing it. He gave the Bible a higher authority than the Watchtower literature. This led to him becoming too Christian for society. He himself could not comprehend this development and put it into words, because he was of the opinion that a Jehovah's Witness was a Christian. The Governing Body did not want to put it into words, because otherwise it would have betrayed itself as the leadership of an unchristian or antichristian organization.
The bottom line is that the secular organizations Catholic Church and Watchtower Society have a great deal in common. Both have seized the power to which Jesus alone is entitled and exercise it in the sense of protection of their respective organizations. They judge people as God alone is entitled to them in order to maintain their worldly systems of power and to prevent the development of genuine Christianity. Their respective cults must be protected from the Bible. That is why they disobey Jesus and rip people out of His hands at will.
That these people were obviously not in the hands of Jesus, but only in the corresponding worldly organization, they successfully ignore. Both organizations rank their tradition higher than the Word of God. Both block people's way to the Father.
Catholics and Jehovah's Witnesses are advised to ask themselves if they have a personal relationship with Jesus. If this is not the case, they are not in the hands of Jesus. If they convert to Jesus, this will most certainly result in a break with the organization. Even today people from these organizations still find Jesus. It takes them a long time to understand the ambush of the Watchtower Society and the Catholic Church.