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Many adult JW's don't have a problem following the rules. Even some highly inactive Jehovah's Witnesses who rarely go to meetings, are afraid to speak out against the organization.Secretly they break the rules when no one is watching.If a Jehovah's Witness wants to be loved and accepted by their family and the only friends they are allowed to have, they instinctively know it's best to go above and beyond the minimum requirements of the Watchtower Society.The last thing a Jehovah's Witness wants to do is get in trouble with the organization or be called in for a 'judicial committee hearing'.A person who can't do that might feel broken, defective, hopeless, unloved by God, etc.To understand the loneliness, guilt, self-imposed judgment, and despair JW's can feel when they have sexual fantasies, read 'Jehovah's High Moral Standards' and the path to mental illness. Why do Jehovah's Witnesses feel guilty about doing so many things? He is a God of love, but he is also a God of righteousness and judgment. When angered, Jehovah is capable of wiping out entire nations in a fit of rage.
That being said, the rules can be very restrictive for young children who are singled out because they can't do many things fellow students do. Everyone is afraid of challenging the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Their personal relationship with God is symbolized by baptism Followers of Jesus are not saved by keeping rules. Christians are free from strict laws, rules, and regulations. The God of Christians is kind, loving, humble, and gentle.
They don't have as much guilt or fear because they have a personal relationship with Jesus. Matthew ; 1 John 4:8-21; Luke ,35; He is forgiving and understanding. Jesus explained the true nature of God and disagreed with the Pharisees who focused on rules instead of God's love.
In an effort to stay out of trouble, some Jehovah's Witness like to blend in and not be noticed.
Others prefer to take the lime light as a leader, doing far more than is required.