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About Robert King

For the past 20 years, I have staked out a place on the Internet in order to draw attention to Bible prophecy as it relates to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the falsehood of the Watchtower's 1914 doctrine.

Certain men have slipped in among you

Saturday, September 26 The sons of the true God began to notice that the daughters of men were beautiful. —Gen. 6:2. Perhaps Satan tempted the disloyal angels not only with the opportunity for immoral sex but also with the promise of seizing power over mankind. His purpose may have been to disrupt the arrival of the promised ‘offspring of the woman.’ (Gen. 3:15) In any case, [...]

2020-09-26T08:40:03-04:00September 26th, 2020|Categories: Commentary|0 Comments

Are Jehovah’s Witnesses really neutral?

Friday, September 25 Is it lawful to pay head tax to Caesar or not? —Matt. 22:17. The party followers of Herod who raised this issue hoped that if Jesus denounced the tax, he might be accused of sedition. If Jesus said that taxation was a necessary burden, he could lose the support of his followers. Jesus was careful to remain neutral on the taxation issue. Of [...]

2020-09-25T17:25:33-04:00September 25th, 2020|Categories: Commentary|0 Comments

The blackest darkness stands reserved forever for them

The post is a brief review of the study article appearing in the July, 2020 Watchtower The apostle Peter exhorted Christians to stay focused on God’s word as if it were the only light shining in a dark place. He wrote that in the context of discussing the Transfiguration of Jesus, of which he was an eyewitness. He reminds us that “it was not by [...]

2020-09-24T14:42:26-04:00September 24th, 2020|Categories: WT Review|0 Comments

Is it immodest to obey Christ?

Modesty is good. It is important to recognize our limitations both in our abilities and in our authority. True modesty comes from recognizing divine supremacy and authority. In his presentation, Mark Sanderson noted a couple of Bible examples. One of modesty and one of presumptuousness. David displayed modesty by not taking vengeance on Saul, who was seeking to kill him. [...]

2020-09-23T10:28:18-04:00September 23rd, 2020|Categories: Commentary|0 Comments

They will come and bow down to Jehovah

Tuesday, September 22 Jehovah knows those who belong to him. —2 Tim. 2:19. How can we strengthen our resolve to seek Jehovah’s recognition and not that of the world? To do so, we need to remember two important facts. First, Jehovah always gives recognition to those who serve him faithfully. (Heb. 6:10; 11:6) He deeply appreciates every one of his servants, and he views it as “unrighteous” to ignore those who are [...]

2020-09-22T12:28:19-04:00September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Commentary|0 Comments

Who has stood in the inner circle of Jehovah?

Monday, September 21 Jehovah your God you should fear, him you should serve, to him you should cling. —Deut. 10:20. The Bible accounts about the disobedience of Cain, Solomon, and the Israelites at Mount Sinai have a noteworthy element in common. These individuals had opportunity to “repent . . . and turn around.” (Acts 3:19) Clearly, Jehovah is not quick to give up on those who take a [...]

2020-09-21T19:53:05-04:00September 21st, 2020|Categories: Commentary|0 Comments

Jehovah is taking his position to accuse

There is such a thing as judgment day. And it is nearer than most people think. Some five centuries before Christ there was a judgment day, at least in a pictorial way. Isaiah, the third chapter, reveals that Jehovah stood up to accuse and condemn the wicked ones among his people. Verse 13 states: “Jehovah is taking his position to accuse; He is standing up to [...]

2020-09-20T09:24:35-04:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Isaiah|0 Comments

Their horses are swifter than leopards

Saturday, September 12 How long must I ask for help from violence, but you do not intervene? —Hab. 1:2. Habakkuk lived during a very difficult and challenging time. He was deeply saddened because he was surrounded by wicked, violent people. When would their wickedness end? Why did Jehovah take so long before acting? All Habakkuk saw was injustice and oppression practiced by his own countrymen. He [...]

2020-09-16T13:37:44-04:00September 12th, 2020|Categories: Commentary|0 Comments

The Mortal Wound and the Parousia

How can I use scripture and supporting argument to explain that the parousia of Christ does not begin until the death-stroke of the 7th king occurs. Is there anything in the Scriptures to support the chronological order, first the death-stroke of the 7th king, then the parousia begins? I appreciate your question. Unfortunately, Jehovah’s Witnesses have no appreciation of the implications and ramifications of your [...]

2020-09-19T17:41:45-04:00September 7th, 2020|Categories: Mailbag|0 Comments

Is the Watchtower Gaslighting Jehovah’s Witnesses?

Sunday, September 6 The Law has a shadow of the good things to come. —Heb. 10:1. The Law specifically protected those who could not protect themselves, such as orphans, widows, and foreign residents. The judges in Israel were told: “You must not pervert the judgment of the foreign resident or of the fatherless child, and you must not seize the garment of a widow as security [...]

2020-09-06T14:42:54-04:00September 6th, 2020|Categories: Commentary|0 Comments
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