19. (a) At the Cedar Point, Ohio, convention in 1919, what was shown to be the real hope for mankind? (b) How did The Watch Tower of July 1920 emphasize the Kingdom message, and what conclusion did it reach?
19 To get things going again a grand convention of Jehovah’s witnesses was held September 1-8, 1919, at Cedar Point, Ohio, and, as The Watch Tower reported, the cry of God’s servants was: “What more is there that we can do?”
21, 22. In Cedar Point, Ohio, again, in 1922, what resolution was adopted by Jehovah’s witnesses showing their determination to be proclaimers of God’s kingdom?
21 From September 5-13, 1922, a second convention was held in Cedar Point, Ohio, with an average attendance each day of 10,000.