The "Jehovah God" hears prayers from Jehovah's Witnesses who knock on the door the next morning. This can be read in the Watchtower of March 1, 2000 (pages 2 - 7). There are then "biblical explanatory" publications like "knowledge that leads to eternal life" that install the so-called "spiritual healing work" as answer to prayer in the praying man and thus allegedly repair and perfect everything. Besides this Masonic interpretation of prayer pointing to the organization, the Watchtower Society scatters further hidden untruths about prayer.
The coronation of this heresy is a pictorial representation that clearly depicts the true state of Jehovah's Witnesses.
On page 6 of the Watchtower of March 1, 2000, there is an image of a woman sobbing into her handkerchief and reading the Bible at the same time. This stereotype of the person who only reads and prays in the Bible when he is ill is masterfully underlined by this depiction. But the hopeless life trap in which Jehovah's Witnesses find themselves is also hinted at with this depiction.
In the background sits a monster with a black skull. This monster watches the sobbing woman closely and makes sure that she does not pray to Jesus either. Praying to Jesus is strictly forbidden to Jehovah's Witnesses on death threat.
On the monster's jacket is a clearly visible S for Satan.
In his left hand, the monster holds a book that can probably be nothing other than the New World translation.
In the upper left corner of the picture there is a face with an exaggeratedly pulled down corner of the mouth. This face is supposed to parody the situation of the weeping Jehovah's Witness.
The audacity with which the Watchtower Society represents the true author of the Jehovah's Witness religious community, Jehovah Satan, in this image, and shows the merciless control that Satan exerts over seduced people is unparalleled. This guard with the black skull shows that he does not have the least compassion and is only interested in how Jehovah's religion affects the woman. There are many satanic images in the Watchtower Society magazines, but such a clear description of the situation of Jehovah's Witnesses is rare!
Under the pretext of trying to explain the prayer, the slave depicts his true Lord, Jehovah Satan, as he attentively observes the destroyed man in his grief. There is nothing to suggest that this control monster might be a human being. It is not a Jehovah's Witness, not a relative, not a natural man. The eye sockets are empty, the gaze is blunt, and the face shows no movement, no emotion, no sympathy.
Jehovah "God", who must be Satan because he forbids people to contact Jesus, takes pleasure in presenting his true identity to the deceivers of his anti-Christian religion in such a way that they see it and yet do not recognize it. Jehovah's Witnesses study these booklets dutifully, even pointing out the importance of the images in the booklets, but failing to discern the truth inherent in these images. They do not realize that they are fed by Satan, controlled by Satan and separated from Jesus by Satan directly and by religion.
If there was an Oscar for the lie, the Jehovah Satan would have cleared all available Oscars by a long way. His success can be seen a million times over in the world and is carried on by his blinded slaves who do sermon service. The so-called "spiritual healing work" is spreading. Christians should not close themselves to this shocking situation and seek dialogue with Jehovah's Witnesses. Even if the reaction is usually disparaging - talk to Jehovah's Witnesses! Don't let Jehovah's Witnesses waste away in Satan's forlornness.
I've never read or seen evidence that JWs cannot pray to Jesus!
The reason there are subliminal images in Watchtower and books is that JWs are Satan's most devious cult and by putting GRAVEN IMAGES in the literature they make them just like the windowless room of Ezekiel 8. Anyone holding any JW literature and practically worshipping it as truth is actually saying 'worship the graven images'! That is obviously the way to destruction.
Fleur Blanc [June 20, 2020]
Hello Fleur Blanc, with Jehovah's Witnesses Jesus is just "a God". With this he stands against the commandment: Thou shalt have no other gods beside me. This means that he is an idol to Jehovah's Witnesses. [RH]