Jehovah’s Witnesses discuss peace

National conflicts, civil unrest, war and terrorism continues to cause untold pain and suffering to mankind. Despite efforts to achieve peace and security the situation continues to worsen. Many find peace to be elusive as they face economic challenges, crime, disease, family problems, natural disasters and other troubles that create anxiety.

The majority of people living today desire peaceful conditions so why are things getting worse? Is peace possible? Jehovah’s Witnesses encourage all to find the answer to that question in God’s Word, the Bible. The theme of their Special Assembly Day is: “Seek Peace and Pursue it” – 1 Peter 3:11.

Talks such as “Jehovah – The Source of True Peace”, “The Peace of God…Surpasses All Understanding” and “Those Pursuing Peace Gain Jehovah’s Approval” will assist all who attend to appreciate what the Scriptures teach us about Peace.

Jehovah’s Witnesses are warmly inviting all to attend their Special Assembly Day which will be held at Baobab English Medium School in Phase 2, Gaborone.


Many are expected to attend and so the assembly program will be held on Saturday 18th April 2015 and again on the following day, Sunday 19th April. Admission is free and no collections will be taken.

 

Mike Essig

Jehovah’s Witnesses

Phakalane Congregation

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