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Tuesday, November 14 Look! How good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity!—Ps. 133:1.

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Tuesday, November 14

Look! How good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity!—Ps. 133:1.

 

It is understandable that we might feel some affection for the land, the culture, the language, and the food of the country we were raised in. However, we must avoid the “mine is best” attitude. For our pleasure, Jehovah has created great variety in all things. (Ps. 104:24; Rev. 4:11) So why insist that one way of doing things is superior to another? God wants people of all sorts to come to an accurate knowledge of truth and to enjoy everlasting life. (John 3:16; 1 Tim. 2:3, 4) Open-mindedness toward a diversity of acceptable ideas enriches us and protects our Christian unity. As we maintain our loyalty to Jehovah, we must avoid involvement in the world’s controversies. Partisan allegiances have no place among us. How thankful we are to Jehovah for freeing us from the divisive, prideful, competitive practices that dominate Satan’s world! w15 7/15 3:17, 18

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We are a part of the most wonderful organization in the world. We love and serve the Almighty God Jehovah and he is an impartial God. He does not care about the color of your skin or material wealth. He looks at each individuals heart and their loyalty to him. So we should not pre-judge people when we look at them. Our mission is to preach to all, no matter where or how they live or the color of their skin. 

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