To prepare all ‘faithful men,’ those who have heard God’s Word and proved their faith therein, to ‘be able to teach others’ . . . to the one end of making each one . . . better equipped to publicly present the hope that is within him.
John Amos ComeniusWrote: “To teach means scarcely anything more than to show how things differ from one another in their different purposes, forms, and origins. . . . Therefore, he who differentiates well teaches well.” *** be p. 58 Develop Ability as a Teacher ***
Your advancement is seen, not in the assignment, but in what you do with it. *** be p. 76 par. 1 Be Progressive—Make Advancement ***
You cannot recall things that you have never read or heard *** be p. 20 par. 3 You Can Improve Your Memory ***
...a college professor demonstrated that one minute spent in prompt review would double the amount of information retained.. *** be p. 18 par. 2 You Can Improve Your Memory ***
provided is a preparation tool. It is not meant to serve as the notes from which you give your talk. It is like a skeleton. You will need to put some flesh on it, as it were, give it a heart and breathe life into it. *** be p. 52 par. 5 Preparing Discourses for the Public ***
Help them to view what they are doing not merely as an assignment but as an opportunity to make progress in their service to Jehovah. *** be p. 282 par. 3 Guidelines for School Overseers ***
What was the name of the person capable to predic the future and the spirit that help them?
(b) ten pa·no·plí·an
What is the "hour six"?
(a) 12:00 pm
(b) 3:00 pm
(c) 6:00 pm
Some questions are like icebergs. The most substantial part lies hidden beneath the surface. An underlying issue is often more important than the question itself. *** be p. 66 par. 1 Know How You Ought to Answer ***
The past is gone, it is history, and it can never be repeated. Any attempt to call back the past is as impossible as trying to make a waterfall tumble uphill or an arrow fly back to the bow that shot it. Our mistakes have left their mark in the stream of time, a mark that only Jehovah can wipe out. *** si p. 278 par. 5 Time and the Holy Scriptures ***
At the meetings, avoid using toys to keep young ones occupied. *** be p. 16 par. 4 “Pay Attention to How You Listen” ***
1965 First Assembly Hall, a renovated theater, is put to use by Jehovah’s Witnesses in New York
1926 House-to-house preaching with books on Sunday is encouraged
1891 First gathering of Bible Students that they call a convention, in Allegheny, Pennsylvania (April 19-25)
1935 Meeting place is, for the first time, called Kingdom Hall, in Honolulu, Hawaii
1936 Encouragement is given to start studies with interested people, using the Society’s book Riches along with the Bible; these are frequently group studies