• Do you have questions such as: Where do we come from? Why are we here? Is there hope for the future?
  • Would it surprise you to know that the Bible offers answers to these questions?
  • This month millions all over the world are talking about an exciting Bible-based website. This website is translated into over 300 languages and strives to help interested ones find these answers… JW.ORG

With so many problems, pressures and stress in everyday living, many become down and depressed and might even ask…..WHY GO ON?

This article is very timely and might help you.

Three Reasons to Keep Living

-Because things change

-Because there is help
—people who care
—professional assistance

-Because there is hope

—the bible teaches that God intended something far better for us - Gen 1:28
—God promises to make our earth a paradise - Isa 65:21-25
—The fulfillment of that promise is certain - Rev 21:3,4

"The meek will possess the earth, and they will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace." - Psalm 37:11

Here is the link to read the article

http://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/g201404/go-on-living-why/ Please visit www.jw.org for additional information.

sweetsurrender33 asked:

May I ask you a question is it true that you can not have friends who are not witness's? That it's looked down upon ?

It’s not true we can’t have friends who are not Witnesses and that it’s looked down upon. Though, we are cautious in who we choose as friends. We relate our lives according to the Bible—which is a beneficial guidance from Jehovah God (2 Timothy 3:16). Jehovah as a loving Father gives loving warning, such as in 1 Corinthians 15:33, mentions, “Do not be misled. Bad associations spoil useful habits.”

In order to stay in Jehovah God’s love and maintain a good relationship we need to be cautious in who we choose to associate so we won’t falter and make big mistakes because of group influences or oppressions.

But what if the associations are good, you may ask?
Good associations are difficult to find sometimes but not impossible. We always have in mind, that people who don’t live by Bible standards don’t love Jehovah God. Thus, they wouldn’t quite support or strike the common goals we have which is to honor Jehovah God. On the other hand, we love conversing with other people—-well it helps us to learn more about them and get to know well our neighbor and love them. :) Then we are able explain to them why we choose to live by Bible standards.—2 Timothy 2:25.

Hope this answered your question :D