Jesus Christ is only a nice person for the Watchtower Society. The Watchtower systematically eliminates Jesus Christ. Jehovah's Witnesses separate him from the unity of God and depict him as an angelic being, so that his death on the wood has no effect. Jesus' words, what the Father does, are also done by the Son, are covered up by all means and presented as insignificant. At all costs, they are interested in separating the identity of Jesus from the identity of God, in taking it out, and in somehow counting it as ungodly.
The Watchtower serves this purpose with a basic thesis common to all religions that disregard Jesus: God is one God. The Watchtower uses this view, which led to the crucifixion of Jesus, without ceasing to separate people from Jesus.
But the work of Jesus only gets the meaning desired by the Father when we open our eyes in faith and accept the kinship between Father and Son and find in it the unity that is God Himself. For contrary to the statements of the Watchtower, it is God Himself who cloths us in Jesus with a new man. Jesus is not only an instrument ready at all times in the hand of a God to be glamoured with good works, but he also does the good work in us through his own hand. Isaiah testifies to this!
Isaiah testifies that God is the one who cloths us with salvation and righteousness. This gift, which no one among human beings could ever work for himself, God gives us free of charge and only in faith in Jesus Christ and he gives it to us in Jesus as God Himself. If Jesus and the Father were not an identity, Isaiah could no longer be considered a prophet. For he writes that God Himself cloths us with righteousness. We experienced it in Jesus.
This righteousness, this work of God, which is foreign to us human beings, he showed and offered us in Jesus. It depends on us whether we accept him or reject him.
This is where the Watchtower Society comes in. It tries to present this justice, which can only come in the person of Jesus and only through God, as non-existent. As a substitute it offers a way based solely on self-focused, self-made and self-satisfying effort. It proclaims the way of self-improvement through the Watchtower doctrine. And it lets Jesus do just the rest – as hope for those who feel the hopelessness of human efforts in the performance mania of Jehovah's Witnesses.
These Jehovah's Witnesses, doubting their own efficiency, are very close to what Isaiah tells us. They notice quite clearly that they are lost if they rely on their own power and reject the gift of Jesus by not confessing it. The Bible calls to these Jehovah's Witnesses: Confess Jesus before men and he will confess you before God.
But the Watchtower Society has only one interest: It wants people to distance themselves from Jesus and seek what God has rejected. She wants as many people as possible to rely on themselves and their own good will. She shows people a way that distracts them from the decision to salvation through Jesus. She encourages people to do it without the grace that God has prepared for us in Jesus.
But anyone who takes Jesus seriously must confess to him that he is completely dependent on his grace. There is no escape into a mixture of personal contribution and supportive support by the Watchtower Society. There is no intricate path that must first be deciphered. There is only one thing. The confession before Jesus that one can only make it with him. That only he in does it for you. This confession inevitably has the consequence that one confesses Jesus and notices that he is God.
And whoever confesses Jesus before men, he will confess him before the Father. Let him be praised for humbling himself to death for us. Praised be Jesus Christ.
Jehovah's Witnesses, you who do not confess Jesus before men, are finally fulfilling the Father's will!