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Matthew ; Mark ; See Law of the Christ The Jehovah's Witnesses recognize the teachings of Jesus, but they choose to put Jehovah first. Since Jehovah's Witnesses serve Jehovah, they must earn God's love just like the ancient Israelites did. The 141 rules listed on this page are based on our personal experiences when we were Jehovah's Witnesses. We observed fellow Jehovah's Witnesses dealing with guilt, what's right, and what's wrong.
Even though Jesus came to do the will of his Father, there is evidence that Jehovah is a very different God. There is guilt because whatever they do for Jehovah, it may not to be enough. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that Jehovah's light gets brighter and brighter. Faithful Jehovah's Witnesses often feel guilty that they might be doing something to displease God.
 Why do Jehovah's Witnesses feel guilty about doing so many things? He is a God of love, but he is also a God of righteousness and judgment. When angered, Jehovah is capable of wiping out entire nations in a fit of rage.
If a Jehovah's Witness wants to be loved and accepted by their family and the only friends they are allowed to have, they instinctively know it's best to go above and beyond the minimum requirements of the Watchtower Society.
The last thing a Jehovah's Witness wants to do is get in trouble with the organization or be called in for a 'judicial committee hearing'.
Jehovah's Witnesses may object and say they have gotten away with doing some of the things on this list. The rules are not quite as important as loyalty to the organization.
Here's what our experience was when we were Jehovah's Witnesses.
But they will not publicly voice their viewpoints or disagree.
Saying anything negative about their religion could result in disfellowshipping and being shunned.
A person who can't do that might feel broken, defective, hopeless, unloved by God, etc.
To understand the loneliness, guilt, self-imposed judgment, and despair JW's can feel when they have sexual fantasies, read 'Jehovah's High Moral Standards' and the path to mental illness.
Two or three witnesses are required to prove guilt. However going to the Elders in hopes of solving their 'problem' is not likely to make them feel better.
All JW's are expected to turn off sexual thoughts or 'deaden' them except for the person they're married to.