Memorial Season ?

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Re: Memorial Season ?

#61 Post by Stranger » 1 month ago

Today:
Bobcat wrote:
1 month ago
Bumping this thread because the WT's "Memorial Season" is upon us.

What a difference a day makes!

Yesterday:
I 'esteem all days alike.' (Rom 14:5) I also try to avoid 'observing days and months and seasons and years.' (Gal 4:10, 11)


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Re: Memorial Season ?

#62 Post by Bobcat » 1 month ago

Hi Stranger,

I'm not trying to legitimize a "Memorial Season." Rather, I was hoping that visitors to this site who are JWs would give the thread a look-see. WT equates the time for their Memorial tract campaign to be contiguous or synonymous with a "Memorial Season."

The WT Memorial this year is after sunset on March 27. I think the tract campaign started last Saturday, February 28.

In a curious sort of way, the WT's Memorial Season kind-of parallels Lent.

"Upon us" was intended similarly to the editorial use of "we".


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Re: Memorial Season ?

#63 Post by Stranger » 1 month ago

Bobcat wrote:
1 month ago
The WT Memorial this year is after sunset on March 27.

" It's hard to come away with anything that feels like dignity
it's hard to get home with any pride."

"What would we do without all these jerks anyway?
And besides, all our friends are here."

Down at the sunset grill.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRIKNINTFls


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Re: Memorial Season ?

#64 Post by Stranger » 1 month ago

Bobcat wrote:
1 month ago
Hi Stranger,

I'm not trying to legitimize a "Memorial Season."

Nobody has to legitimize it, it has already been legitimized.

NWT: "After giving thanks he broke [the loaf] and said 'This means my body which is in your behalf. Keep doing this in remembrance of me.' " (1Cor 11:24)

Anyway, is it just me or does it seem kind of quiet this season?
Bobcat wrote:
1 month ago
Rather, I was hoping that visitors to this site who are JWs would give the thread a look-see.
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Re: Memorial Season ?

#65 Post by AmosAu3 » 3 weeks ago

Hello everyone,

I recently came across the article that I'll attach here. I thought that it may be of interest to some.
I thought this would be the best place to post it.

https://bible-revelations.com/wednesday ... ucifixion/

Kind regards,
Amos.

Kerry Huish
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Re: Memorial Season ?

#66 Post by Kerry Huish » 3 weeks ago

AmosAu3 wrote:
3 weeks ago
Hello everyone,

I recently came across the article that I'll attach here. I thought that it may be of interest to some.
I thought this would be the best place to post it.

https://bible-revelations.com/wednesday ... ucifixion/

Kind regards,
Amos.
Maybe, the night of Nisan 17, after Jesus was resurrected on the morning of Nisan 16, was spent preaching to the spirits in prison?

1 Peter 3:19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits--

Where do these imprisoned spirits dwell?
If they dwell in the heart of the earth, then here you will find your 3rd night that Jesus spent "in the heart of the earth"

There was not a continual going to these imprisoned spirits, as if they could repent and be redeemed from the preaching Jesus did to them.
It was a one time announcement to them of an impending / certain cutting off.

Kind Regards

Kerry

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Re: Memorial Season ?

#67 Post by Kerry Huish » 3 weeks ago

Here is where the bible says the imprisoned spirits dwell: -

1 Peter 2:4 For if God didn't spare angels when they sinned, but cast them down to Tartarus, and committed them to pits of darkness, to be reserved for judgment;

◄ 5020. tartaroó ►
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
cast into hell.
From Tartaros (the deepest abyss of Hades); to incarcerate in eternal torment -- cast down to hell.

AKA , the heart of the earth.

And the bible does indicate that Jesus did in deed spend sometime there, where these imprisoned spirits dwell, making a proclamation to them.
To make a proclamation, one has to be alive.

Regards

Kerry

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