ABOUT

This work is the product of a decade of intense research in the Hebrew prophecies and Revelation, as well as well as a thorough study of all the publications of the Watchtower, coupled with a willing indoctrination into the conspiratorial view of history.

The first edition of Jehovah Himself Has Become King was published in 2005, and the release of which coincided with my being disfellowshipped. Nevertheless, being branded as an apostate is a necessary evil to endure in order to acquire the needed freedom of speech to say what must be said.

This edition of the book was published in 2010. The intended purpose of this publication originally was to amplify the message of the prophets of antiquity, thereby projecting Jehovah’s authoritative voice into the modern world in a small but perhaps significant way in advance of Christ’s authentic arrival and his manifestation.  

Although I do not consider myself to be a writer and am certainly no Bible scholar in the classic sense; possessing no academic credentials of any kind of which to boast; unfortunately, now no longer even having any plaudits within the organization of Jehovah’s Witnesses with which to recommend myself—I am, nonetheless, compelled by a conviction that I do have something profoundly important to say; and therefore, I believe, an obligation before God to at least try and convey it—Jehovah be my judge. 

While the world of technology is rapidly changing society, at least on a superficial level, the most profound change will occur at some point in the near future. That “change” will effect every person living on this planet. The looming “change” is the crash of the present system and the beginning of the day of Jehovah. As Jesus  said, it will suddenly come in upon the entire inhabited earth. 

          I am appreciative that the Society has produced the excellent New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures and am also deeply grateful for their having provided an educational and ministerial training program that assisted to develop in me a reverential love of the Bible and a practical discipline towards godly devotion, and for helping to instill in me the determination to preach the word of God with all boldness and firm conviction.  I am especially thankful to have known so many of Jehovah’s Witnesses who have displayed a deep love of truth and an abiding faith in Jehovah and Jesus worthy of imitation. 

It is here, though, acknowledged that it may be painful, even traumatic, for Jehovah’s Witnesses to now consider the utter falsity of certain dearly held beliefs; but surely it is a necessary trauma that all true Christians must eventually endure—some sooner, others later—in order to go forward in the complete accomplishment of God’s unfolding purpose.

Robert King     The Watchman’s Post