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Sunday, April 8 The wisdom from above is first of all pure, then peaceable, reasonable, ready to obey, full of mercy and good fruits.​—Jas. 3:17.

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Sunday, April 8

The wisdom from above is first of all pure, then peaceable, reasonable, ready to obey, full of mercy and good fruits.—Jas. 3:17.


Being aware of this, we should be moved to reject entertainment that fuels impure thoughts and inclinations. Perceptive Christians do not need to ask whether it is acceptable to be entertained by a certain book, movie, or game that features what Jehovah hates. His mind on such matters is made clear in his Word. Many matters could be decided one way or another, and Jehovah would still be pleased. In the case of weighty decisions, though, it is sometimes advisable to seek counsel from the elders or the advice of other experienced Christians. (Titus 2:3-5; Jas. 5:13-15) Of course, it would be inappropriate to ask others to make a decision for us. Christians must train and exercise their powers of discernment. (Heb. 5:14) All of us should act in accord with Paul’s inspired words: “Each one will carry his own load of responsibility.”—Gal. 6:5, ftn. w16.05 3:15, 16

For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.

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Therefore, let us be guided by Bible laws and principles, for they reveal God’s mind on matters. Of course, we will always have something new to learn about Jehovah. (Job 26:14)


Powerful scripture: “The decisions of Jehovah will stand forever; the thoughts of his heart are from generation to generation.” (Ps. 33:11)


Man was created as an intelligent creature with the desire to explore and understand :)


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The thoughts of Jehovah are interwoven with our future in ways we can't understand at the moment ... no matter how hard it will get in the interim to be in the truth - living without him is not an option.

<p>"Jehovah chooses to either 'reveal' or 'conceal' - cherish what he reveals and be patient with what he conceals."

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