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Ben Masada
November 3rd, 2015, 02:05 PM
Hit and Caught Before Running

Last week I met in the street with a couple from the Christian faction of "Jehovah's Witnesses" who, after giving me a pamphlet from the Watch Tower, the following dialogue took place:

"J'W" - Do you know that the Jewish Divine election has been replaced by the "Jehovah's Witnesses."

Jew - I don't think so but, where is it written?

"J'W" - Isaiah 43:10.

Jew - Take the zero off and read Isaiah 43:1 and see who are the real Jehovah's Witnesses. The whole chapter is about Israel.

"J'W" - Better yet hear what John 3:16 says about Jesus: "Jehovah so loved the world as to give His only begotten son that whoever believes in him is saved." Notice that he said, "Only begotten son" which means that there is no other.

Jew - How about Exodus 4:23? Jehovah Himself said that, "Israel is My son; let My son go that he may serve Me."

"J'W" - Alas, that's Israel the people who has been replaced by us. But listen, although we have replaced you, Jews are very important to us. Here is our address; would you come to visit us at 1pm today and gave me their address.

Jew - Sorry but we are not supposed to be found within a non-Jewish house of worship.

"J'W" - What's the matter, are you afraid?

Jew - No it is not fear but a matter of Jewish culture.

"J'W" - Where is it written that you are not supposed to enter a non-Jewish house of worship ?

Jew - Naaman was the commander of the king of Aram and he was a leper. He had a Jewess servant who suggested to him to seek cure from Elisha in Israel. He came to Elisha and was told to immerse 7 times in the Jordan River, he did as he was bid and got cured. He converted to Judaism and asked Elisha to plead God to forgive him every time he had to help his master the king to enter the temple of Rimmon to worship. It is from this event that Jews acquired the custom not to enter a non-Jewish house of worship. That's in II Kings 5:1-18.

Conclusion - That was the end of the dialogue as they would neither speak nor remove their eyes from me. I had to say good bye and leave.

genuineoriginal
November 3rd, 2015, 02:13 PM
You posted this exact same post on 29 May 2014 in 3 different online forums.

Are you sure this happened again last week?

patrick jane
November 3rd, 2015, 02:14 PM
Hit and Caught Before Running

Last week I met in the street with a couple from the Christian faction of "Jehovah's Witnesses" who, after giving me a pamphlet from the Watch Tower, the following dialogue took place:

"J'W" - Do you know that the Jewish Divine election has been replaced by the "Jehovah's Witnesses."

Jew - I don't think so but, where is it written?

"J'W" - Isaiah 43:10.

Jew - Take the zero off and read Isaiah 43:1 and see who are the real Jehovah's Witnesses. The whole chapter is about Israel.

"J'W" - Better yet hear what John 3:16 says about Jesus: "Jehovah so loved the world as to give His only begotten son that whoever believes in him is saved." Notice that he said, "Only begotten son" which means that there is no other.

Jew - How about Exodus 4:23? Jehovah Himself said that, "Israel is My son; let My son go that he may serve Me."

"J'W" - Alas, that's Israel the people who has been replaced by us. But listen, although we have replaced you, Jews are very important to us. Here is our address; would you come to visit us at 1pm today and gave me their address.

Jew - Sorry but we are not supposed to be found within a non-Jewish house of worship.

"J'W" - What's the matter, are you afraid?

Jew - No it is not fear but a matter of Jewish culture.

"J'W" - Where is it written that you are not supposed to enter a non-Jewish house of worship ?

Jew - Naaman was the commander of the king of Aram and he was a leper. He had a Jewess servant who suggested to him to seek cure from Elisha in Israel. He came to Elisha and was told to immerse 7 times in the Jordan River, he did as he was bid and got cured. He converted to Judaism and asked Elisha to plead God to forgive him every time he had to help his master the king to enter the temple of Rimmon to worship. It is from this event that Jews acquired the custom not to enter a non-Jewish house of worship. That's in II Kings 5:1-18.

Conclusion - That was the end of the dialogue as they would neither speak nor remove their eyes from me. I had to say good bye and leave.

That was a very masterful jew

Ben Masada
November 3rd, 2015, 02:47 PM
You posted this exact same post on 29 May 2014 in 3 different online forums.

Are you sure this happened again last week?

Yes, I met the husband of the couple again and he asked my email address and we are discussing the matter more deeply. I think something is going to come out of this.

genuineoriginal
November 3rd, 2015, 02:52 PM
Yes, I met the husband of the couple again and he asked my email address and we are discussing the matter more deeply. I think something is going to come out of this.

You had the exact same conversation, word for word, with the exact same Jehovah's Witness couple, one and a half years after the first time you met them?

Ben Masada
November 3rd, 2015, 02:53 PM
That was a very masterful Jew

Like Necodemus? He also found Jesus to be a very masterful Jew. (John 3:1-3)

Ben Masada
November 3rd, 2015, 02:58 PM
You had the exact same conversation, word for word, with the exact same Jehovah's Witness couple, one and a half years after the first time you met them?

He is not the only one. I have also another couple that visits me almost every Sabbath in the afternoon and a Seventh-Day Adventist in a different hour. Oh! BTW, I did not have the same conversation but I posted the same dialogue of the first time because, somehow, I do not understand, it was erased from this forum. Then, I had to copy from Beliefnet forum.

genuineoriginal
November 3rd, 2015, 03:12 PM
He is not the only one. I have also another couple that visits me almost every Sabbath in the afternoon and a Seventh-Day Adventist in a different hour. Oh! BTW, I did not have the same conversation but I posted the same dialogue of the first time because, somehow, I do not understand, it was erased from this forum. Then, I had to copy from Beliefnet forum.

There was a purge of old and useless threads not too long ago.
Your original thread seems to have been one of the ones purged.

Ben Masada
November 3rd, 2015, 03:23 PM
There was a purge of old and useless threads not to long ago.
Your original thread seems to have been one of the ones purged.

Oh! So, that's what happened. In fact, I was banned two times for a short period but still one feels humiliated.