How do I become a Jehovah's Witness.?

First of all, sorry that my question is a little weird. No matter how I worded it it said that my question was asked, and it wasn’t. Well here are my questions:

  1. What is a good way to study the bible without becoming overwhelmed?
  2. Are there any Jehovah Witness’ here that would like to talk to me about their religion and help me understand it some more?

Thank you.

Answer #1

Well, for your first question I would say study it in small sections, and afterwards think on what you have just read. It makes it much easier( it is also easier if you get an accurate non-altered version of the Hebrew and Christian Greek scriptures).

Second, just go to the closest Kingdom Hall and ask for explanations, if you like what your hearing, ask for a Bible study (which are free).

The better question would be…WHY do you want to become a JW? You CAN study the bible and learn about God without a specific religion.

True, you can study the Bible on your own, and that is a good thing. Even if you did join the JW’s they would encourage you to do this. They call it personal study. After all, if you just blindly accepted everything a religious leader told you, then you would have no real knowledge or relationship with God. That is how so many pagan acts just “happen” to appear in mainstream Christianity and are not opposed, but rather embraced.

*also, if you read through the Bible you would most likely have noticed these scriptures which seem to promote belonging to a religion, and that there is only one TRUE religion. 1 Corinthians 1:10, Hebrews 10:24,25, 1 Peter 2:17, and Matthew 7:13-23.

Answer #2

To request a free home bible study, or to learn more about Jehovah’s Witnesses and their beliefs you can can request a visit at their website They will be very happy to talk to you and answer any questions that you may have. Hope this helps. :]

Answer #3

False doctrine has no saving power.

Answer #4

I just had to reply to all of this but im so sorry if im about to offend any one out there especially jw my opinion on jw is that THEY ARE VERY ANNOYING they come knocking at your door and forcing you to learn the word of god like really dont you jw’s think that if people really wanted to learn the word of god they would find you without you finding them or pretty much stocking them to their homes and annying them when they dont want you there what is the point of forcing people to learn the word of god if its by force and not by one’s free will?

you wont be getting much out of it

if people really wnated to learn about jahova or god or what ever they would go to a church or find you not the other way around all jahova’s are doing is forcing the word of god in to people thats my personal opinion you can fun mail me if you want to debate/argue to this matter im an open minded person =]

Answer #5

karina1994, they do not force you. At no point are they holding you down and making you listen. If they are you need to go to the police. They go to your door. If you don’t want to listen they don’t open the door. It’s as simple as that.

Answer #6

As a Jehovah’s Witness I Can Tell that it was the Best Decision of My Life! First You can get a bible study its free, and the brothers work with your Schedule they would be More than happy to, When you see Jehovahs Witness preaching and when they come to your home you can request a bible study! If they dont come to your house you can Go to a Kingdom Hall go to one of the meetings and talk with a brother or sister about a bible study. A Bible study is NOT to pull you into been a Jehovahs Witness its for you to know what the bible teaches, And from their its your choice of what you want to do. && if you want you can Fun-Mail me!

xoxo Heidi

Answer #7

Let me clarify, I don’t know for sure if I want to become a Jehovah Witness. I want to learn about it to see if I want to. My question is worded like that because it wouldn’t let me put anything else.

Answer #8

I am one of Jehovah’s Witnesses!! Any one of Jehovah’s Witnesses would be more than happy to discuss your questions with you and give you answers based on what the Bible says. After all, it is what God says that matters. You should look up Jehovah’s Witnesses in your phonebook and located a representative to come and visit you, or you may contact the website and they will aid you in finding someone to help you. Your eyes will be opened to a clearer understanding of what God’s purposes are and how you can benefit from a better understanding of the Bible and develop a close relationship with our creator and Heavenly Father.

Answer #9

The better question would be…WHY do you want to become a JW? You CAN study the bible and learn about God without a specific religion.

Answer #10

Okay, I’m not a Jahovas Witness… but I -was- a Mormon… I got baptised, then, a few month later, regretted it… too strict, but, that’s me, anyway, onto helping you.

  1. Read it in your own time… it’ll obviously take a while, but, once you’ve read a significant amount, seriously, consider if you truely believe what’s said in there, or, pay and ask if it’s true, you should get a ‘feeling’, when ‘God’ answers you.

  2. Okay, like I said, I’m not one, but, I have a friend who’s one, and he told me a lot about it. They believe in Armegeddon. [spelling?] I’m sure you understand what it is? They don’t celebrate Christmas, or other festivities. Infact… the best way to find answers to questions, is, find your local Jehovas’ Witness Church/Place of worship near you, and ask for someone to teach you about their Religion. I’m sure they’ll have a website for their religion too… check this website, it might shed some light for you.

Funmail me if you want any more help ^_^

Answer #11

well there website is [link removed] but that will just show u their literature.what u can do is ask a jehovah’s witness.if you have there kingdom hall near you or speak to one in person.ask them.they will be more than happy to tak up your study trust me!!!

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