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When Jesus sees this, do you not think he look down at these men with “indignation, being thoroughly grieved at the insensibility of their hearts”? It is a matter of Watchtower interpretation to be sure!
If we let Scripture define scripture, then maybe we should take Scripture at its word when it says “the seven stars mean [the] angels of the seven congregations”, those congregations to whom Jesus was speaking to in the first century, rather than reinterpreting them to be elder bodies some nineteen hundred years later.
I have come to believe that many cases involve poor shepherding and legalistic adherence to traditions of men that contradict Scripture. Myth #1: While this might describe some who are disfellowshipped, it certainly doesn’t describe everyone.
Repentance is defined as “deep sorrow, compunction, or contrition for a past sin”.
Matthew says regarding him: “On seeing the crowds he felt pity for them, because they were skinned and thrown about like sheep without a shepherd.” By his life course, Christ our Exemplar showed us how to live.
If so, know that when Jesus looks down from heaven, he feels toward you exactly as he felt toward individuals during his earthly ministry.
They may have ceased their sinful course, even for some months, and are displaying “fruits that befit repentance”. One elder said to a repentant one, “The issue is not whether you are repentant, but whether you are repentant “An individual may have gone so far into sin that be may not be able to demonstrate sufficient repentance to the judicial committee at the time of the hearing.The unfortunate truth is: there are many myths that sincere Jehovah’s Witnesses hold in regard to disfellowshipping.These myths are what cause an “insensibility of their hearts” toward those in the so-called ‘disfellowshipped state’.While it is true that actions should reflect repentance, like an iceberg, most of this quality lies beneath the surface, beyond the eyes of human scrutiny.Some elders might say, “Well, Jesus could read hearts.