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  1. So true! I remember before some years we had a convention in a hotel's convention hall. During the break of the program, some young brothers noticed two famous singers waiting at reception. One of the singers is a hip hop singer using bad words in his songs. It was very sad when the young brothers took photos with them and autographs. Can you imagine the brother wearing nice suit next to a person who is dressing as a hip hoper, taking photo together? Very ashamed
  2. We had to live under these restrictions to understand our brothers and sisters in Russia. If I was under this pressure propably I would panic, I would think "what's next, how long will this go on, etc etc". But definetely everybody of us will face these conditions. Until then, the only we can do is to think in our prayers about the brothers and sisters in Russian Federation, to keep building faith.
  3. Let's make a speculation: I think the asian woman that appears on convention's program will be the protagonist of the drama.
  4. The house on magazine's cover belong to my wife's uncle but the brothers and sisters are unknown to me. An interesting thought I found in the article "Jehovah God Provides Comfort in All Our Trials" paragraph 16: "And if such a study is conducted, it would be wise to do so either in the children’s home with the parents or another mature Witness around or in a suitable public area. Thus no one would have a basis to misconstrue what is occurring. It is to be hoped that the parents will, in time, fulfill their God-given responsibility to care spiritually for their children".
  5. I hadn't seen your photoshop project. So true!
  6. These brothers and sisters are so great example for all of us. I agree about the concluding comments! By the way the song 143 from the old songbook is my favourite!
  7. The first thing I thought when I read Trump's speech, it was that horn
  8. Serbia says Kosovo wants war in row over nationalist train Serbia’s president said yesterday (15 January) that Kosovo had shown it wanted war with after it deployed special forces to prevent a train painted with Serbia’s national colours and the words “Kosovo is Serbia” from entering its territory. President Tomislav Nikolić said the neighbours had been “on the brink of conflict” on Saturday, while Kosovo’s prime minister told reporters the train, a project of the Serbian government, sent “a message of occupation”. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008 but Serbia still considers it part of its territory and supports a Serb minority there. NATO air strikes on Serbia forced Belgrade to withdraw its troops in 1999, having killed 10,000 Albanian civilians there. NATO still has around 5,000 troops stationed in Kosovo to keep the fragile peace. The train left Belgrade for Kosovo’s northern town of Mitrovica on Saturday, but stopped while still in Serbia after Pristina said it had deployed special forces to prevent the train from crossing its border. Following a specially convened session of the National Security Council, Nikolić said that by sending special police forces “Albanians showed they want the war”. “We were on the brink of the conflict yesterday,” Nikolić said. Kosovo’s Prime Minister Isa Mustafa said the move had been an act of protecting Kosovo’s sovereignty. “The institutions of the Republic of Kosovo will always undertake such actions to protect the country’s sovereignty and not allow machines that will provoke with a message of occupation,” Mustafa told reporters outside Pristina. Relations between Belgrade and Pristina came under renewed strain on 4 January, when former Kosovo prime minister Ramush Haradinaj was arrested in France on a warrant from Serbia which accuses him of war crimes. Kosovo Albanians make up more than 90% of Kosovo’s 1.8 million population. Northern Kosovo, where Mitrovica is situated, is home to a Serb minority of around 40,000 to 50,000 people who do not see Pristina as their capital. Normalising relations between Kosovo and Serbia is a key condition for both countries to progress towards membership of the European Union, which both governments are aiming for. In 2013 Belgrade and Pristina opened an EU-mediated dialogue to normalise relations, but Serbia is still blocking Kosovo’s membership in international organisations including the United Nations. http://www.euractiv.com/section/enlargement/news/serbia-says-kosovo-wants-war-in-row-over-nationalist-train/
  9. I think that this is a problem of your device. I would suggested you to back up all your data and do a factory reset.
  10. I hope for a movie about Exodus: 10 plagues, 3,000,000 Israelites crossing Red Sea, etc. I know that this demands huge efforts to be produced but we never know!
  11. I'm sure he will deny. This is our business. Maybe they will give us a hand by carrying items to build a lunar base
  12. We will have our own space service. Theocratical Space Service (TSS). Today a lot of nations have their own satellites for the same using. For example GPS, Glonass etc. That time it will not necessary to have so many satellites. And furthermore we will have brilliant perfect minds that they will enjoy to offer their time as Albert Ainstain (I hope so)
  13. Who knows? Maybe Jehovah will bless the perfect humanity after the millenium's test: "Further, God blessed them, and God said to them: “Be fruitful and become many, fill the UNIVERSE and subdue it, and have in subjection the PLANETS, the STARS, and the GALAXIES"