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From Witness to Christ – Jason Thickpenny’s Story.

Below is the 3 video parts to Jason Thickpenny’s story of being a Jehovah’s Witness, leaving and coming to Christ, Jason has recently become a volunteer for our Ministry UK Partnerships for Christ, (www.upfc.org.uk), and will be producing some blog posts in the time to come, please watch this and leave any thoughts below.

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  1. Great testimony Jason. It’s amazing how God has to bring us to despair sometimes in order to lift us up into His presence. I too used to have studies with the JW’s for about 6 years before I started to question some of the doctrines. I think once a chink has been made into the armour of the organisation’s theology, it’s only then that the ‘spell is broken’ so to speak and you feel able to question them. For you it was the Memorial – which I too found horrible. For me it was the issue of the fruit of the Spirit – the scripture in 1 Cor 13:8-10. The New World translation (v10) says, ‘but when that which is complete arrives, that which is partial will be done away with.’ I thought to myself – “… but that which is complete has not arrived (Jesus coming again), therefore the partial must still remain”. This is the thing that set me off questioning – and then of course you see and read what’s out there and wonder how you could have been so drawn in. Well done anyway for putting up your testimony – couldn’t have been easy. All the best to you and your wife for the future. God bless, Jill

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