It should not be considered possible what all the self-proclaimed biblical scholars, the Jehovah's Witnesses, put on their feet if they trust their human mind and logic. They deliberately and diligently accept that nothing can go beyond their thoughts. But the fact that God's thoughts are so much higher than their thoughts are than the heights above the valleys remains alien to them. For they are so sure of their cause. How many hours have they struggled to expertly disassemble the Bible and then reassemble it?
According to the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses – after all, they do not have the Holy Spirit – after physical death there is no existence of man any more. Only when their special god Jehovah establishes his Watchtower Kingdom will he – as the Bible publishers assume – bring all those who have died back into existence from his memory. Jehovah's Witnesses teach that man will enter the arena of life new and old at the same time as he left. They assume that man is a kind of thought of God. In doing so, they ultimately try to discuss man away as his own existence, to relieve him of his responsibility, to give him the feeling that he can do nothing for it.
Jesus speaks quite differently about these connections. He responds to the Sadducees' question about the resurrection with very simple and clear words, which, incidentally, overturn, crush, ad absurdum and expose as lies all the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses regarding life or non-life after death.
Lukas 20,37-38 But Moses also hinted that the dead would rise at [the place of] the thorn bush, where he calls the Lord the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob. But he is not a god of the dead, but of the living; for all live for him.
This simple word from the mouth of Jesus Christ makes it clear that there are no dead for God. For people there are dead. This is clear and cannot be denied. But for God there are no dead, which implies that no human being is ever dead in the eyes of God. And since the vision of God is the only vision that is true and reliable, we must assume that our human vision is imperfect and unclear. Therefore, we must necessarily conclude from the words of Jesus that man does not disappear or dissolve in the physical offence, but continues to live in whatever condition.
This conclusion is supported by many who have experienced dying. Whether they were believers or not does not matter. For example, my father's boyfriend answered his daughter's question during his last dialysis why he pointed up with his index finger: "Home!" Shortly thereafter he died! My girlfriend's husband, when he died, showed his index finger in a circular motion upwards and simultaneously pressed my girlfriend's hand with his other hand. With this he wanted to tell her: "Everything you teach about the dead is wrong!" – My girlfriend is Jehovah's Witness.
Jehovah's Witnesses, don't be blinded! Ask Jesus Christ for His will for your life. Entrust yourselves to him and follow him. He is the truth. And the truth is God.
And if you argue that Jesus cannot be asked because prayer is forbidden to him, then I answer: Why did Jesus often call himself the Son of Man? How can he be the Son of Man and at the same time the Son of God? He did this so that you could not claim that Jesus was not God. For Jesus was a man and therefore called himself the Son of Man. With the self-designation Son of God, however, he tells us by analogy that he is God.