At a time when the desire for better government is on the minds of people the world over, Jehovah’s Witnesses launched an international campaign to bring attention to a universal solution. The Witnesses are featuring a special edition of The Watchtower magazine, available in over 780 languages in print and online, with the theme “What Is God’s Kingdom?”
“I’m eager to participate in this campaign because it’s part of a special effort to share hope with as many as possible,” said Dianna Muselmann, a local resident of Provo. “God’s Kingdom offers a choice that we all want — a solution to problems we are all facing.”
Throughout the centuries, millions of Jesus’ followers have prayed the words “thy Kingdom come” but wonder what that Kingdom is, what it will accomplish and when it will come.
To answer those age-old questions, the Witnesses’ special-edition magazine references key Bible passages. The clear and simple explanations have been designed to appeal to both new and experienced Bible readers.
“People continue to express their desire for better rulership, but few can agree on how to accomplish this,” said Shammah Cline, spokesperson for Jehovah’s Witnesses. “The good news is, Jesus will be the perfect ruler who can and will bring about real solutions to global issues. Our campaign will bring this much-needed message of hope to the community.”
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jehovah’s Witnesses distributed millions of this special-edition magazine through letters, even sending copies to thousands of government officials worldwide. Now that they have returned to their door-to-door public ministry post-pandemic, this will be the first in-person campaign where they will have the opportunity to discuss the important and very timely subject with their neighbors.
A free digital copy of this special issue of The Watchtower, as well as information about the activities of Jehovah’s Witnesses, is available at jw.org. The Witnesses’ site offers practical Bible-based content for people of all ages and beliefs in 1,081 languages.
For more information call, 718-560-5600.
Submitted by Shammmah Cline (Local Spokesman)