THE WATCHTOWER—STUDY EDITION May 2016
This issue contains the study articles for June 27 to July 31, 2016.
What should your objective be? To win an argument, to make an offender admit a fault, or something else?
The answers to four questions identify who today is fulfilling Jesus’ prophecy.
What should you do in situations that do not involve a direct Bible command?
One Witness gave up gambling, smoking, heavy drinking, and drug abuse to qualify for baptism, but found that another change was even harder.
What assumption could cause us to miss out on the benefits of some of them?
FROM OUR ARCHIVES
An event in 1919 marked the beginning of a work with global consequences.
What can help Christians determine whether it is appropriate to give gifts or tips to government employees? How can the congregation express its joy when an announcement is made that someone has been reinstated? What could have caused the water of Jerusalem’s pool of Bethzatha to be “stirred up”?