"100 Years Of Kingdom Rule - How Does It Affect You?"

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    The Watchtower (Study Edition) January 15, 2014
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    Just making an observation here.

    I spent most of my time at this meeting, reading through some information I had found on car engines that are manufactured in Japan.

    At paragraph 3, I made sure to tune in mentally to hear the answers that were given to the second question for this paragraph - "How would you prove that the Kingdom was established in 1914?"

    All of the answers focused on the prophecies of the last days - Matthew chapter 24, Luke chapter 21, Mark chapter 13 and 2 Timothy chapter 3. I noticed that no-one gave an answer based on chronology, explaining the 2520 years "formula."

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    some of you standing here will not die until you see the son of man coming with great power and the kingdom.. yet jehovahs witnesses say that 1914 was the date that Jesus started to rule......the bible takes away this mystery .one day to god is likened to1000 years. to man. so Jesus has only been king for 2.5 heaven days... it is an earthly custom for a newly appointed king to celebrate with his friends 3 days before sitting down to begin judicial rulings. so while Jesus has already been king for 2000 earth years he doesn't begin what the bible calls the 1000 years for a while yet.Jesus has an earthly kingdom which started with the bible student and Jehovah's witnesses but he left men in charge until he comes. Jesus is not ruling on this earth yet but his servants are preparing to welcome him when he sits down..
     

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