” As you answer each of their objections (above) and continue to press them for a verse that supports this fundamental Watchtower teaching about the 144,000, Jehovah’s Witnesses will usually become agitated.They may ask you to prove that there are more than 144,000 in heaven.Revelation 7:3-8 and Revelation 14:1-5 are the ONLY two passages in the Bible that mention the 144,000.While Revelation 14:3 describes the 144,000 as being before the throne of God in heaven, Jehovah’s Witnesses have a hard time trying to prove from this verse that this group is the ONLY group of people in heaven because the Bible NEVER says this.Covenant Christian Academy is a ministry of Covenant Baptist Church.
Click here for registration We’ve all heard of the term TMI right- Too Much Information.By asking the above question, you will help them realize that the Watchtower has built an entire theology with NO Scriptural backing!To further emphasize this point, when they appeal to these and any other Scriptures to try to support their beliefs about a two-class system of salvation, follow-up by repeatedly asking the above question.They call the first group the “little flock” and limit it to 144,000 members, and they call the second group the “great crowd” which is open to the rest of the population of mankind.When examining what they believe about this two-class system of salvation, it is here that we discover the greatest hole in Watchtower theology because there is not a single Scripture that supports their unique views on this issue. The New Covenant privileges given to this group of 144,000 include the ability to be born again, to be spiritually adopted into God’s family, to be able to approach Jesus as personal “Mediator” between them and God, the ability to partake in the Lord’s Evening Meal (Lord’s Supper), and the hope of resurrection to life in heaven.Using the following questions and verses listed below, one can easily demonstrate to a Jehovah’s Witness the seriousness of their spiritual views on this two-class system of salvation: 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES ON THE 144,000 AND THE GREAT CROWD 1.Where in the Bible does it say that the 144,000 are the ONLY people in heaven?We strive to team with you in an effort to help this generation grow in wisdom, stature, and favor with God. We are in the process of registering for the 2018-2019 school year.Download Registration Form We know that parenting a child is a full time job but many people still have to work. Listed below are a few of the programs we offer including the time offered, location, and cost: We will begin our summer program on June 11, 2018 and it will end on August 17, 2018.This next question will demonstrate how the 24 elders are an additional group of people who dwell in heaven next to the 144,000.After that, you can ask several more questions (below) that will prove that the “great crowd” of Revelation 7 and 19 are also in heaven.