The Watchtower and

The Watchtower and Herald of Christ’s Presence This ion began publication in 1879 under the name Zion’s Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s Presence (which in Spanish would be the Zion’s Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s presence) The purpose of the magazine it said the first issue: As the name implies, thisis intended to be the viewpoint from which they can advertise the ‘little flock’ matters of mutual interest and benefit, and as the Herald of Christ’s presence, give ‘ because while food ‘to’ house of faith ‘. Trust in God was the main foundation of the magazine. In its second issue said: Zion’s Watch Tower has, we believe, the Lord as a linebacker, and as well it will never beg or petition men for support. When He says, ‘All the gold and silver from the mountains are mine’, failure to provide the necessary funds, then we will understand that there is time to cease publication.In 1909, the title was changed to The Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s Presence. The title The Watchtower was drafted by Russell The word usually in the Hebrew Scriptures are used for “watchtower” or “watchman” means a “viewpoint” from which a lookout could see the enemy from a distance and give a warning of danger. During the 59 years since the publication challenging the cover was this quote from Isaiah 21:11,12: “Guarda! What about night ” “The next morning … !”. In 1920, the Watchtower Society reprinted all ions between 1879 and 1919 in 7 volumes known as Watchtower Reprints. From 1 January 1939 (in Spanish ion from October the same year), changed the title to The Watchtower and Herald of Christ’s Kingdom (The Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s Kingdom).Then, on 1 March of that year, changed its name to The Watchtower Announcing Jehovah’s Kingdom (which was reflected in Spanish in November, when the title changed … The Watchtower Announcing Jehovah’s Kingdom), a name that kept today. At the beginning this magazine on their front pages containing the emblem of the Cross and the crown, then removed when they rejected the use of this religious symbol.

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