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EX JW's Seeking EX JW's - A FB dating page. likes · 1 talking about this. Finally a place for ex Jehovah's Witnesses to seek potential ex Jehovah's. She had mentioned she was a Jehovah's Witness but wasn't too involved. Her father was an ex elder and actually the fact that she wasn't a. Whether single or married, Jehovah's Witnesses are convinced that the best decisions in life are those based clearly on Bible principles.
Jehovah's Witness Dating Rules By: Liza Hollis Jehovah's Witnesses are followers of a specific denomination of Christianity. Believing that Armageddon is coming to separate believers from non-believers, Witnesses spend much of their time knocking on doors to preach their beliefs to others. When it comes to relationships within this faith, certain dating rules apply.
Baptized believers are expected to follow the moral code outlined by church elders. Failure to do so may result in expulsion and shunning by the church.
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For Jehovah's Witnesses, certain dating guidelines apply. Meet Singles in your Area! Dating within the Faith Church rules indicate that individuals should only date other witnesses of Jehovah.
It is not recommended to date outside the faith; in fact, it is prohibited, although not enforced in all families. Dating someone in secret is considered a deception to the church. She loved my facial hair as pathetic as it was when I was younger.
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Even loved her birthday presents and bought me some too. Slowly, that changed though. She started to shy away from holidays, birthdays and even started feeling guilty about sex. I started going to meetings.
Again, not regularly at first and then with some prodding I started to make the effort. All this time I was weary. I started realizing just how involved this religion is.
How it will dictate my life. Then I started being told about preaching and going door to door and realized I would have no free time to just enjoy loving my girlfriend, or what I considered her at the time, future wife. Without my idealized future blinding me, I noticed things.
Things my love struck mind refused to see and understand before. Everyone had them during meetings. In meetings, those smiles were like their suits and dresses that they only ever wore for meetings.
Everyone tried too hard to be nice and welcoming, but it never felt sincere. They were putting on a show for the elders and other witnesses trying to stand out as a model JW. I knew people like that when I went to Catholic Church when I was younger. The ones that silently and sometimes not so silently judged everything about you and felt they were superior to you in every way.
They would cuss out a waiter if they had to wait more than 10 minutes for their food during the lunch rush on Saturday and then put on the most fake smile you ever saw to you on Sunday. The hypocrisy of other criticizing other religions. One thing I remember her father saying is that he remembers going to church as a kid and them always passing around the collection plate. That never happens at meetings.
The donation box is near the door and you give as much as you can and you will never be bothered to donate. Maybe I was too young to remember this when I went to church, but I never went to church 5 weeks in a row and ended the meeting with the guy up front telling the congregation they need to sacrifice for God and donate more like they did at the meetings.
If they claim the idols and saints are against god, why do they honor anointed declaring yourself anointed seemed blasphemous to me and blindly follow the imperfect men running the religion? Of course he also pulled out the altar boy scandals but this was pre Australian Royal Commission.
The unsatisfying answers or straight out dodging of questions. I was always of the mind that if something is right, it can be questioned because you can support it.
Her father was all for this saying that no other religion was more logical or supported their beliefs with scripture and welcomed questions.
How is the story of Job a good story? Did he think the kids God gave him afterwards made up for the ones he killed? Would he accept my girlfriend dying if he got two more kids?
How is a blood transfusion eating blood? Isn't there more violence now because there are more people? Isn't the percentage of violence smaller and we just hear about more because of technology? The obvious miserable relationships. Divorce is looked down upon and so for years my girlfriend's grandparents slept in separate beds. The handful of times I met them they acted like they came separately. They treated each other politely like two acquaintances would and I don't think I ever saw them share a smile.
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But they stayed together to be good witnesses. Her uncle was inactive for the most part. Don't think he ever got baptized. He just showed up for memorial and that was it. He was married to a Witness that was very active. His wife cheated on him and she got all the support just because she showed up regularly to meetings.