God’s Kingdom Rules!
Millions have found a happy, secure life under God’s perfect government. Would you like to be a citizen?
How has C. T. Russell’s electrifying announcement on October 2, 1914 proven true?
Jesus taught about the Kingdom of God more than any other subject. How and when will it come?
Who helped to prepare Christ’s people on earth for the Kingdom? What features mark the Kingdom as a real government?
Was the Kingdom part of God’s original purpose? How did Jesus shed light on the Kingdom?
What has the Kingdom accomplished regarding God’s name? How can you personally share in sanctifying Jehovah’s name?
Gain a clearer understanding about the Kingdom of God, its rulers and subjects, and the requirement of loyalty.
Why was Jesus confident that he would have an army of willing preachers in the last days? How can you show that you are seeking first the Kingdom?
Learn about the innovative techniques God’s people have used to reach as many people as possible with the good news before the end comes.
How does our translation work prove that we have Jesus’ backing? What facts about our publications prove to you that the Kingdom is real?
Jesus taught his disciples two important lessons about the great spiritual harvest. How do these lessons affect us today?
What do Christmas and the cross have in common?
The guard chambers and entryways of Ezekiel’s temple vision have had special meaning for God’s people since 1914.
The Bible contrasts disorder, not with order, but with peace. Why? And how does the answer affect Christians today?
Judges in some modern-day high courts adopt the view of the ancient Law teacher Gamaliel.
The “river” of persecution brought on Jehovah’s Witnesses because of their political neutrality has been swallowed by an unexpected source.
God’s people have fought for the right to obey the law
How can we get the most benefit from meetings to worship Jehovah?
How have theocratic schools prepared Kingdom ministers to fulfill their assignments?
Where does the money come from? How is it used?
Places of worship bring honor to God, but he values something else even more highly.
How do we know that relief work is part of our sacred service to Jehovah?