The Watchtower Bible scholars have decided, through decades of research based on their human spirit, that Jesus could never be God. They turned Jesus into a kind of angel due to their human-oriented systematic Bible analysis, who plays a prominent, but nevertheless for the believer himself a vanishingly subordinate role in the overall structure of the Watchtower plan of salvation. Its function is purely cognitive for the Jehovah's Witness. Jesus can never be active in the life of a Watchtower Witness.
For to worship Jesus is idolatry for the Jehovah's Witnesses. Jesus is one God among many in the teaching of the Watchtower Society. And in the god world of the Watchtower Society, only one is the highest: Jehovah. In order to lift this Jehovah to the monotheistic pedestal in its entirety, Jesus must be degraded among the Jehovah's Witnesses.
For this elevation of Jehovah's pedestal, the Watchtower Society rejects the Trinity doctrine and turns the Old Testament doctrine into a "Jehovah is great, Jehovah is mighty" corresponding to Islam. By this decision the Watchtower Society finds itself in the society of Muslim religions and, in agreement with them, follows the path of salvation through its own achievement and through religious progress in the pursuit of an appropriate truth.
Consequently, despite allegedly strict Bible faithfulness, Jesus' saving power is completely ignored and Jehovah's Witness is no longer in a position to be saved by Jesus, as Jesus offers him all the way in the Bible. In this way the Watchtower Society has managed to put Jesus into a kind of Islam-specific perception that makes him completely ineffective. The life of a Jehovah's Witness is not touched by this Jesus.
As if for mockery, Jehovah's Witnesses celebrate the Lord's Supper by letting all the bread and wine pass by!
But one passage in the Bible says that Jesus is God: Revelation 5:6-14!
After no one, not even Jehovah, was deemed worthy to break the seven seals of the scroll, the Lamb appears – and is worthy. This means nothing other than that Jesus is God Himself. For if that should have been excluded, no one, neither in heaven nor on earth nor under the earth, could have opened the book and looked into it, Jehovah should have been excluded from the formulation. But since this is not the case, the Bible tells us here clearly and irrefutably that God and Jesus are one. God is Jesus and Jesus is God.
The artificial separation that the Watchtower Society constructs between God and Jesus is very much called into question by many Scriptures. At this point, however, the Bible takes action against the teachings of the Watchtower Society without any consideration whatsoever. It places Jesus in God's place so broadly and rigorously that no one can deny that the manipulations of the Watchtower Society are pure human work that has nothing to do with the Spirit of God.
Unfortunately, the activist drive of the Watchtower Society to distract people from Jesus must be seen as a logistical and seductive masterpiece. Those who believe in the existence of Satan are most likely to recognize his handwriting here:
The Watchtower Society appears as an institution that fights against Jesus out of complete conviction and wants to prevent people from entrusting themselves to him. Those who seek the meaning of life fall into the hands of these false teachers. How many have died in this false doctrine, lifelong without any sign of God, without the action of the Holy Spirit, always trusting only in the statements of this human organization!
Thus, it is very important for a believing Christian to deal with the false teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses in order to be able to help as many of those led into the error as possible. For Jehovah's Witnesses do not meet anyone who understands them, and from this they conclude sharply that they are probably the only ones who have the truth. This is an important part of the dependence on the Watchtower Society. Therefore, Christians must set out to witness Jesus to the Jehovah's Witness.
Until now, the Watchtower Society was allowed to rage unhindered among the seekers. Hopefully, many Christians will be called to limit the power of this human organization!