Differences between Christians and Jehovah's witness.

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TheLearner

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The auto "correct" likes to change everything I write. You must've read my first post before I went back to change the auto change.
I wrote JWs and it put Jaws. 😄

That's OK. That's a funny prank!
You wouldn't believe what pets I've had.
Alligators are what I call modern dinosaurs. They never went extinct like most of the great reptiles. They are definitely Jaws.
Check this one out, getting his picture taken with this gal.

When I was a child, I raised Tom Tom, the Ford Motor Company Cougar.
 
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When I was a child, I raised Tom Tom, the Ford Motor Company Cougar.
That is so cool!
They are very powerful creatures. Was he well behaved/ domesticated?
I think I remember him on TV as a boy. Did he close the commercial with a growl?

I've fed a large male some turkey legs. His jaws were powerful enough to crush the raw bones and make it twist back and forth in my hand. My friend used it for evangelism. I remember thinking that he could do the same to any bone in the human body.
 
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That's what I thought too.
That's why I fed the big cat through the chain link cage. My buddy asked if I wanted to go in there with him. I asked if you could trust him?
He said that" he can, but he might challenge you." I passed. Lol! 😄

The paws were huge when he jumped up like a dog on his hind legs against the fence. He was bigger than us at that position. I see why they are called mountain LIONS. Beautiful beast.
 

TheLearner

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That is so cool!
They are very powerful creatures. Was he well behaved/ domesticated?
I think I remember him on TV as a boy. Did he close the commercial with a growl?

I've fed a large male some turkey legs. His jaws were powerful enough to crush the raw bones and make it twist back and forth in my hand. My friend used it for evangelism. I remember thinking that he could do the same to any bone in the human body.
Yes, that was him.
 

TheLearner

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This is what a ten week year old looks like. I got him when he only had some patches of hair. He was like a big kitten sleeping on my bed.

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This is what a ten week year old looks like. I got him when he only had some patches of hair. He was like a big kitten sleeping on my bed.

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Wow, what beaut!
Top tier predator in WV.

What a blessing to have the opportunity to use him for television. That's an extremely rare honor. What's the story behind that?
 
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Yes so pretty but also it would be dangerous for real!
That's right. That's one reason that I never kept big cats. I've raised big animals, but travelling and such, didn't have time to devote to big cat wrangling. I'm sure our friend had a unique familiarity with his and was an expert. Not all big cat owners sleep with their cubs or spend that time required to know and control them around others. It has to be a special combination of animal and trainer for a mountain lion to be on a set around scary strange people and unfamiliar environment. I'm sure the Learner could tell you about that.
 

Runningman

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So today at school a classmate asked if im a Jehovah's witness and I said that im a Christian. Then they asked what was the difference between those two. I didnt know so I guess ill ask here. What is a Jehovah's witness and what are the differences?
Hello and welcome to Christian Chat.

The Jehova’s Witnesses are wrong about practically everything, but then again Protestant Christianity isn’t right about many things too.

Each denomination has a piece of the puzzle that is accurate and can contribute meaningful truth to the larger picture and sometimes the “Christian cults” may have single points that are accurate that mainstream Christianity has shunned. Before you study the cults, be sure you’re firmly grounded in Biblical truths first.

I recommend really digging for the truth on this yourself because you’ll get a wide spectrum of opinions here; some may be accurate and some not. It takes time, a long time, years even, to cross-reference the Bible with itself and what the church is saying.

I recommend asking God to show you the truth and let the Holy Spirit lead you on how to begin studying. For me it feels like something is suddenly placed in my heart, like an itch I can’t reach to scratch, until I search out the truth.

Always make sure you're carefully observing what the Bible says and what it doesn’t say. Pay careful attention to not let peoples’ opinions and traditions invade your Bible study space.