God is not partial.
In the Christian congregation, we express our desire to imitate Jehovah’s impartiality by treating all our brothers and sisters with dignity and loving-kindness. For instance, when it comes to showing hospitality, we want to invite all sorts of fellow believers, including those whose background differs from ours as well as those who are poor, orphaned, or widowed. (Gal. 2:10; Jas. 1:27) Further, in the Kingdom-preaching work, we share the good news impartially with people of all backgrounds, including those from foreign countries. How happy we are that we have access to Bible literature in some 600 languages. What a tangible proof of impartiality! Indeed, as we take time to reflect on how approachable and impartial Jehovah is, our appreciation for him deepens. Deepened appreciation, in turn, ought to move us to imitate Jehovah’s qualities to the full, demonstrating them in all our dealings. w13 6/15 1:12, 17, 18
Song 9 and Prayer
Congregation Bible Study:
Theocratic Ministry School:
Bible reading: 1 Kings 3-6 (8 min.)
Theocratic Ministry School Review (20 min.)
Monthly Theme: “Remember the days of old.”
15 min: The Offer for July. Discussion. Consider features of the literature that will be offered, and have a demonstration of a publisher assisting a newer one with a presentation.
15 min: Benefit From the 2015 Yearbook. Discussion. Briefly review “A Letter From the Governing Body.” Invite comments on outstanding aspects of the worldwide report. Encourage all to complete their reading of the Yearbook.
Song 108 and Prayer