Many people feel that there is no way to know what is right and what is wrong. However, the great teacher Jesus believed that there was a clear way to know the difference between right and wrong. Jesus taught his followers to keep seeking Jehovah’s righteousness. What is Jehovah’s righteousness? How can we seek it? What blessings will we experience from seeking His righteousness? These questions and many more will be answered at the Circuit Assembly of Jehovah’s Witnesses on Sunday, March 8, at the Marianas High School gymnasium. The theme of the Assembly is “Keep Seeking Jehovah’s Righteousness!” and is based on Matthew 6:33.
The Bible contains many details about Jehovah’s righteousness that can help us every day of our lives. Those in attendance will find answers to questions like: What will we find if we pursue Jehovah’s righteousness? How can we distinguish right from wrong? How can we imitate the way Noah kept seeking first God’s righteousness? What will help us to pursue righteousness? How does Jehovah feel about those who pursue righteousness? What will it take for us to praise Jehovah forever as righteous ones?
Everyone is invited to attend this encouraging program. The whole program will be delivered in English and interpreted into ASL and portions of it will be interpreted into Chinese. It will begin at 9:30am on Sunday. There is no admission fee and no collections will be taken.
Regular meetings for worship are held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses on Saipan. To get there you take Middle Road and then turn onto the road next to Bali Fashion. Go to the end of that road to find the Kingdom Hall on the left. Several different language meetings are held on Sundays. English is at 10am and 1pm. Tagalog is at 4pm. Korean is at 10am. Chinese and ASL are at 1pm. There are also meetings every Sunday on Tinian and Rota at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses on those islands. The public is always welcome and no collections are ever taken. There are over 8 million Witnesses worldwide. For more information about Jehovah’s Witnesses or to download a free assembly program visit www.jw.org.