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Jehovah's Witnesses in the divine purpose.

Author: Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society.
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, ©1959.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society.
Jehovah's Witnesses in the divine purpose.
New York, 1959]
(OCoLC)615212822
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society.
OCLC Number: 1131755
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 311 pages : illustrations, portraits, charts ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. A people with the most ancient history --
2. The turning from religious confusion begins --
3. Charles Taze Russell makes a far-reaching decision --
4. Preparation for harvest ingathering begins --
5. Preaching the good news, a commission for all --
6. Going on the offensive --
7. Uncovering the roots of opposition --
8. Climatic approach to 1914 --
9. "End of all kingdom in 1914" --
10. Strengthened for patience and endurance --
11. A change in administration tests God's servants --
12. Let go into captivity --
13. Release from Babylonish captivity --
14. Reorganizing for active service --
15. Jehovah's wrath published against the rulers --
16. God's kingdom exalted, its counterfeit exposed --
17. Publishing freedom for the people through expanded facilities --
18. Jehovah identifies his purpose with his people --
19. The fight for liberty to preach --
20. The battle of the air waves opens a new field --
21. Theocratic order comes in as World War II approaches --
22. Christian neutrals during World War II --
23. Preaching underground amid war's intense heat --
24. Concentration camps fail to still lips praising God --
25. Champions of freedom of speech and of worship --
26. Expanding the preaching service to find and feed the "great crowd" --
27. Building and planting with a view to global expansion --
28. Writing the good news into the law of the land --
29. The door of preaching opportunity again swings open --
30. Setting the pattern of future theocratic assemblies --
31. Quebec's burning hate for God and freedom exposed and defeated --
32. Theocracy's increase manifested in preaching and printing opportunities --
33. International unity of purpose cements the new world society --
34. Ending the fourth, beginning the fifth decade of kingdom operation --
35. Cloud of modern witnesses advance in faithful conduct --
36. Doing the divine will from now on into eternity.

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