Your arrows . . . pierce the hearts of the king’s enemies.
The King is mounted on a white horse, representing warfare that is clean and righteous in Jehovah’s eyes. (Rev. 6:2; 19:11) In addition to a sword, he is equipped with a bow. We read: “I saw, and look! a white horse, and the one seated on it had a bow; and a crown was given him, and he went out conquering and to complete his conquest.” Both the sword and the bow represent the means that Christ will use to execute judgment on his enemies. In poetic language, the psalmist prophesies that the King’s ‘arrows are sharp, piercing the hearts of his enemies’ and ‘making peoples fall before him.’ The carnage will be earth wide. (Jer. 25:33) After destroying Satan’s wicked system of things on earth, Christ ‘in his splendor’ will “go on to victory.” (Ps. 45:4) He will complete his conquest by abyssing Satan and his demons for the full length of the Thousand Year Reign.
Song 13 and Prayer
Congregation Bible Study:
cl chap. 31 ¶13-20 (30 min.)
Theocratic Ministry School:
Bible reading: 1 Chronicles 1-4 (8 min.)
No. 1: 1 Chronicles 1:28-42 (3 min. or less)
No. 2: Eli, I
No. 3: To Whom Does the Term “Antichrist” Refer?
Monthly Theme: “Bear thorough witness to the good news.”
10 min: Offer the Magazines During October. Discussion. Start by having two demonstrations, using the sample presentations provided. Then analyze the sample presentations from beginning to end.
10 min: Local needs.
10 min: How Did We Do? Discussion. Invite publishers to comment on how they benefited by applying points from the article “Improving Our Skills in the Ministry
Song 98 and Prayer