Winning the Witnesses

Chick Publications
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Proven step-by-step methods that will help you bring Jehovah’s Witnesses to Christ.

While serving as an Associate Pastor in 1996, Daniel Rodriguez was instrumental in targeting his city’s large Jehovah’s Witness population. Construction of a Kingdom Hall was stopped because the strategies in this book either won Witnesses to Christ or destroyed their faith in the Watchtower Society.

The step-by-step plan in this practical, easy-reading book will help you to reach Jehovah’s Witnesses like you never thought possible.

  • Why Jehovah’s Witnesses won’t listen when you quote your Bible. 
  • How to get them to actually hear and receive your words. 
  • How you can get them to doubt their leaders. 
  • Tactics they use to get Christians sidetracked. 

You Will Also Learn:

  • The logic that is such an effective tool to reach them. 
  • How to persuade honest Witnesses to reject the authority of the Watchtower Society. 
  • How Watchtower publications contradict themselves, the Bible, and their religion. 
  • Why the first thing you must do is destroy their faith in the Watchtower, and how to do it. 

If you want to be more successful at sharing the gospel with Jehovah’s Witnesses, here’s help.

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Chick Publications
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Dec 31, 2011
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Religion / Christianity / Jehovah's Witnesses
Religion / Comparative Religion
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A devastating crisis has the Jehovah's Witness religion facing extinction.

Chances are that you have never met a real “Jehovah’s Witness.” While those at your door may claim to be one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, their own publications plainly teach otherwise. So, who are the real Jehovah’s Witnesses?

The Watchtower Society teaches that they are members of the 144,000 who will be the only ones going to heaven. Membership in this group began with the early apostles. Over the centuries others have been added but the Watchtower declared that the number was completed in 1935. Anyone who claims to be one of Jehovah’s’ Witnesses has to be one of the 144,000 and must be very old now. However, the Watchtower Society teaches that these are the only ones who hear from God and are responsible for Watchtower teaching and leadership.

Because these people are dying, the Watchtower is facing a credibility crisis. So, the Watchtower is quietly manipulating these death figures to keep the Watchtower organization alive! And now, just last year, Watchtower literature quietly began to try to wiggle out of the 1935 closing date for the 144,000. But this only adds further opportunity for you to show the “JW” who comes to your door that he cannot trust the Watchtower with his precious eternal life.

The Watchtower representative at your door believes he will remain on “Paradise Earth” after the coming Armageddon, since only the original 144,000 have any hope of going to heaven. In fact, they are the only ones allowed to take communion. He does not believe he can understand Bible truths without the Watchtower. He is dependent on a publication that, one day soon, will be left without writers to reveal God’s truths. Who are those writers? Those who remain of the original 144,000 and they are dying!

Oddly enough, their founder, Charles Taze Russell, never taught the doctrine of the 144,000. In this book, you will learn the true history of this false Watchtower doctrine. You will be surprised to discover that this doctrine is not just a Bible issue. It is also a historical issue and a numbers game that the Watchtower Society has had to manipulate throughout the years to keep that organization alive!

With the information and witnessing strategies in this book, you will be able to plant seeds of doubt and undermine the authority of the Watchtower. The Watchtower knows it is essential that this cornerstone doctrine remain alive if it is going to continue to exist as the spiritual leader for its followers. Time is the enemy of this teaching and they know it.
WARNING: This book contains material of a CONTROVERSIAL nature relating to what is taught in Christianity today. Now, if controversy scares you, stop reading here. Really. It means this book is NOT FOR YOU.

"May people know that you, whose name is JEHOVAH, You alone are the Most High over all the earth."--PSALMS 83:18

Today, many still believe that the divine name of God should not be used, because it is not known exactly how to pronounce it.

The Tetragrammaton (YHWH) derived from a verb that means "I Will Become what I choose to become", "I Will Become whatsoever I please", "I Shall Be what I am", or "I Am that I am."

The most widely accepted pronunciation of The Tetragrammaton (YHWH) is Yahweh or (JEHOVAH).

For centuries, most scholars of the Holy Scriptures have known that the Holy Scriptures have been misused and abused, not only by the translators, but also by the early scribes.

The mistranslation of the Holy Scriptures has caused the TRUE WORK, which the prophets spoke of, to be hidden in most translations of the Scriptures.

This has been damaging to those who are searching for THE TRUTH about God's word and his purposes for mankind. However, the most damaging error in Christianity today is the error of removing GOD'S name from the Bible.

The personal name of God has been replaced with titles such as "Father," "Creator," "the Almighty," "Sovereign Lord," and "the Most High." At some point the Jews felt that it was wrong even to pronounce the divine name. Some thought the name was too sacred for imperfect lips to speak. Yet God's name JEHOVAH appears nearly 7,000 times in the Hebrew text; printed in Biblia Hebraica and Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia.

Can using God’s name change your life? Yes it can!

In the pages of “The Power of God’s Name Jehovah,” you’ll learn these 2 profound truths.

“The name of JEHOVAH is a strong tower. Into it the righteous one runs and receives protection.”—PROVERBS 8:16

“By me princes keep ruling, And nobles judge in righteousness. I love those loving me, And those seeking me will find me. Riches and glory are with me, Lasting wealth and righteousness.”—PROVERBS 8:16-18

Now you can take all the guesswork out of Christianity, and learn first-hand, why God’s name has been hidden from most translations of the Bible.

Within these pages you'll learn how you can use the power of God’s name in every aspect of your life -- money, health, relationships, happiness, and in every interaction you have in the world.

You'll begin to understand the hidden, untapped power behind the name and how hundreds of ethnic groups and languages have overcome obstacles, and achieved what many would regard as impossible.

You’ll understand just about everything that’s happening in your own life as well as in the lives of those you’re interacting with. With JEHOVAH’S power you can be, do, or have anything that you desire!

“You open your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing. Jehovah is righteous in all his ways and loyal in all that he does. Jehovah is near to all those calling on him, To all who call on him in truth.”—PSALMS 145:16-18


What should you know about the Jehovah's Witnesses who come to your door? If you are a Christian or just interested in knowing the beliefs of this religious group, the 10 Questions & Answers on Jehovah's Witnesses ebook will help. It compares Christian beliefs and Watchtower teachings on 10 of the most important questions regarding Jehovah's Witnesses, including information on how the Jehovah's Witnesses began, the prophecies made by their leader, Charles Taze Russell, the number of people who will go to heaven, and the reliability of the Watchtower's New World Translation, and much more. This full-color ebook explains the key beliefs, practices, and history of this group and how their teachings contradict biblical Christianity. This bestselling tool compares Jehovah's Witness beliefs with Christian beliefs, and helps Christians know how to respond when Jehovah's Witnesses come to the door.

10 Questions & Answers on Jehovah's Witnesses is an excellent tool for outreach and missions groups, or for anyone wanting to understand more abut this controversial religious group. This compelling 10 Q & A ebook examines critical questions regarding the beliefs and practices of the Jehovah's Witnesses and responds with what the Bible teaches about each:

•How did Jehovah's Witnesses begin?
•Is God's true name really Jehovah?
•Is the Trinity really a pagan doctrine?
•Is Jesus Christ God?
•Is the Holy Spirit just God's active force?
•Will only 144,000 people go to heaven?
•Can only Jehovah's Witnesses be saved?
•Is the Watchtower's New World Translation reliable?
•Which is the final authority: the Bible or the Watchtower?
•What else do Jehovah's Witnesses believe?

10 Questions & Answers on Jehovah's Witnesses ebook provides answers to 10 of the most important questions regarding Jehovah's Witnesses.

Readers and students of other religions and cults will find answers to these and other claims Jehovah's Witnesses make:

•It's critical to call God by his personal name, Jehovah
•Christianity's idea of the Trinity is like Babylonian and Egyptian mythology
•After the death of the original apostles, Christianity slipped into "the Great Apostasy"
•In heaven, Jesus was an archangel
•Only the 144,000 Christians living between Pentecost and 1935, called the "anointed class," will live in Heaven as spirits forever
•Jehovah's Witnesses don’t believe in holidays and celebrations

This ebook explores the beliefs, practices and history of this controversial group, including interesting ideas and prophecies by founder Charles Taze Russell. Among many other ideas, Russell believed:

•He was chosen by God to provide spiritual truth for Jehovah's true worshippers in the last days.
•The world would end in 1914. He changed that year to 1915, then to 1918.
•The Great Pyramids in Giza foretold dates for the end of the world.

The 10 Questions & Answers on Jehovah's Witnesses offers a listing of additional resources for learning more about Jehovah's Witnesses, and "You Should Also Know" sections that provide additional information on topics such as:

•Troublesome teachings
•Misconceptions of the Trinity
•The only true God
•The Holy Spirit is God
•The 144,000
•Two destinies
•New World Translation translators
•Christians in world governments

The ebook also offers "Tips for Talking with Jehovah's Witnesses." The following is a sampling of the helpful tips to improve outreach to JW co-workers and acquaintances:

•Do pray to "Jehovah God"
•Do challenge the Jehovah's Witness trust in the Watchtower
•Do ask the Jehovah's Witness to help you understand how to reconcile their beliefs with the Bible.
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