Foreword 

Since it may not be readily apparent to the casual reader perusing the pages of this book, I feel it is important to point out that in a growing market of anti‐ Jehovah’s Witness publications written by ex‐members and religious critics alike, the thoughts expressed in the pages which follow are actually an affirmation of the faith of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Confessedly, the author whole‐heartedly believes that Jehovah’s Witnesses have heretofore played a special role in the outworking of God’s universal purpose; particularly in publishing vital Christian doctrines and truths, long‐lost since the Great Apostasy that produced Christendom, centuries ago.

Foremost, the Watchtower Society has served as a seedbed and rallying point for anointed Christians to form an association. As a result of a spiritual revival that began over 100 years ago, first the International Bible Students and now Jehovah’s Witnesses, give evidence of having entered into a special relationship with Jehovah God.

However, that precious relationship brings with it accountability. Since Jehovah’s Witnesses represent Jehovah God before the world, the organization— especially its leadership—bears a heavy responsibility before Almighty God.

This book presents the view that the prophecies point forward to an impending, unprecedented, calamity of war, global financial collapse and chaos, which, in reality, will serve as the actual sign of the stealth‐like arrival and presence of Jesus Christ. The then‐ongoing invisible presence of Christ will commence a prophetically designated period of judgment upon those who bear the name of Jehovah God before the world—namely, Jehovah’s Witnesses. Afterwards, the judgment that begins with the house of God segues into the judgment upon