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Jehovah’s Witness Stunned At Irrefutable Verses That Prove Jesus Is God

Please Tell Me The Truth Ministries was able to share several verses with a JW that prove Jesus is God.  We have added in text to the video to help you share the biblical Jesus with others.

Note: During the conversation, I mentioned how the JW must use the KJV Bible when reading John 8:58.  I say this not because I only use the KJV Bible, but because the Watchtower has actually changed John 8:58 (and several other verses) to suit their theology.  So, since the KJV Bible is one of the versions used by JW’s, I encouraged her to use that version.  Whenever you talk with a JW, be careful of their New World Translation Bible.  That is why it is best to stick with the three verses I used in the beginning ( John 20:28, John 2:19-22, and Isaiah 9:6) since their Bible has not changed those verses.  However, you can still use the KJV or your Bible if there is a verse which the New World Translation has changed.


  1. Shirley Ragusa February 3, 2017

    This Russian Gal was very honest and willing to listen in a respectful manner. She was following Mark’s lead as he is always so respectful of others and their opinion. Thank you so much Mark for always sharing with other; it can be a challenge ……

  2. Glenna Gasper March 20, 2017

    What a beautiful teaching moment Mark blessed this woman with. I pray that she truly will reflect on his message and read the scripture recommended so that she will be better able to choose her path by truth and knowledge.

  3. Jeremy Spilker March 23, 2017

    Which version of the bible is the young preacher using? I’m in the market for a bible and am looking for recommendations. Awesome ministry, would you let me know what church is in my area. Punta Gorda, Florida.

    1. Mark Stengler Jr March 26, 2017

      Hi Jeremy, I would recommend any of the following: New King James Version, English Standard Version, New American Standard Bible, New International Version, or King James Version. In the video I was quoting from the New King James, and for the JW’s sake also the King James since they have that version on the JW website. Any of the ones I listed should be fine, just do not get a New World Translation Bible, as it is a corrupted version used by JW’s. Here is a free commentary by John Wesley to help you understand what you’re reading http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/wesleys-explanatory-notes/

    2. Mark Stengler Jr March 27, 2017

      Also these may be good churches http://www.umc.org/find-a-church/church/36802, http://therockcalvary.com/about/, just make sure whatever church you go to teaches: salvation is received by repentance and faith in Jesus, the Trinity (one God in three persons), the Bible is God’s Word, there is a heaven and hell. God bless and thank you for the encouragement, to God be the glory!

  4. Leo May 11, 2017

    Great job sharing with her. I noticed that the woman want to “study” more rather than answer. I’ve learned that JWs don’t actually study, but fall back on their organisation to tell them what to believe. Another technique is to go aflter the organisation and show how they are not qualified to interpret the Bible

  5. Linda June 6, 2017

    I read in a book designed to witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses of a way to witness to them that catches them off guard and causes them to really THINK about the Truth. I actually used this technique once on a very nice JW lady who came to our door…
    This is what the book instructed to do… You ask them to turn to Revelation 1:8 and have them read it aloud…”I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.” After they read it, you say…”Who’s talking here? Who is the Alpha and Omega? Well, we know this is Jehovah God, right?” And they will agree.
    Then, you ask them to turn to Revelation 1:11 and have them read only the first line of this passage…”I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last” Again, you say, “The Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last…this is Jehovah God speaking, right?” And again, they will agree.
    Finally, you ask them to turn to Revelation 1:17-18 “Fear not; I am the first and the last:
    18 I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death.” One last time you say, “The First and the Last…He that lives, was dead and is alive forevermore…This is Jehovah God, right?” And they will again agree.
    Then you ask them…”Well if this is Jehovah God, when did God ever die?”
    I took the JW lady through these steps and for a moment she was speechless. This “technique” causes the JW to THINK about Jesus’ deity as this evidence was not only just READ by themselves but is also right there in the Bible they hold in their hands. Powerful.
    They may come up with a reason to deny what they have just admitted to, but I believe the seed of faith has just been planted and it is my hope that later on that night, when they’re alone, that they will reflect on what they just realized earlier that day. Perhaps a seed of genuine faith will have been planted.

    1. Mark Stengler Jr June 14, 2017

      Good job witnessing! However, Revelation 1:8 (which I think you meant instead of 1:11) is actually referring to Jesus, since He is the one who was pierced (Rev 1:7). So, Jesus is the First and Last, just like Jehovah (Isaiah 44:6). I would ask them, “If Jehovah is the First and Last according to Isaiah 44:6, and Revelation 1:8 says Jesus is the First and the Last (according to KJV, not the JW New World Translation), then would it not follow that Jesus is Jehovah? I think you wanted to show that Jesus is the First and Last but I wanted to clarify who the verses are referring to. I hope this helps you, God bless.

  6. E.E. Walter July 11, 2017

    I just got the book but I’m disappointed that you didn’t interact with the sophisticated and detailed work of Greg Stafford and his books, especially Jehovah’s Witnesses Defended 2nd or 3rd editions. I’ll still go through the book but it seems to me, to ignore the volumes that defend very teachings you claim to refute says something. Especially since the work is so dense (Even James White andvRobert Bowman have only dealt with it lightly. Ron Rhodes flippantly dealt with it with some comments but never engaged, to my knowledge. Why did you guys ignore those volumes?

    1. Mark Stengler Jr July 13, 2017

      Our purpose for the book was to refute and evangelize the cults with the biblical gospel of Jesus Christ. I believe that many of the points in the book would actually refute Greg Stafford’s doctrines. Furthermore, the book is meant to be both educational and practical, not an academic resource for refuting apologists. But thank you for picking up a copy and I hope you find it encouraging!

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