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Thai Officials Use Publications From Jehovah's Witnesses in Community Development

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When I read positive news articles about Jehovah's people and to read about the awards and recognition received from local governments and officials, (i.e. Haiti, Colombia) it makes me smile that we are indeed a positive force within our respective communities.


(Side note:  Now that the kangaroo courts of the Russian Federation have unjustifiably branded Jehovah's organization as extremist, I long for the day when the RF authorities are exposed to the world for who they really are:  enemies of the True God Jehovah .  And when the absurdity of their court renderings and their relentless wicked schemes to remove Jah's people in that region comes to the forefront and is ultimately broadcast worldwide, (by God's will) it is they that will be the laughingstock.  Their blatant efforts to stamp out the Good News will indeed backfire.


His Word Endures Forever!

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