Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that Armageddon is a future but imminent event that will mark the end of the world as we know it. They believe that Armageddon will be a time of great destruction, when God will destroy all those who are opposed to him. Only baptized Jehovah’s Witnesses will be saved.
The word “Armageddon” comes from the Hebrew word Har Meghiddon, which means “Mountain of Megiddo.” Megiddo was a city in ancient Israel that was the site of many battles. In the Bible, Armageddon is often used as a symbol of a final battle between good and evil.
Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that Armageddon will be a literal event, but they have a convoluted explanation as to when it will happen. They believe that it will happen soon, but they no longer set any specific dates.
They believe that Armageddon will be preceded by a series of events, such as the spread of false religion, wars, disease, famine and earthquakes. They also believe that the Antichrist will appear, a world leader who will oppose God and his people.
When Armageddon arrives, Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that God will intervene and destroy the forces of evil. They believe that the survivors of Armageddon will live in a paradise on earth, where they will be ruled by God and Jesus Christ.
Here are some of the Bible verses that Jehovah’s Witnesses use to support their belief in Armageddon:
Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that Armageddon is a necessary event, because it will rid the world of evil and allow God to establish his kingdom on earth. They believe that Armageddon is a time of great judgment, but they also believe that it is a time of great hope for those who are faithful to God. They believe that after Armageddon, God will create a new world where there will be no more war, pain, or suffering.
After Armageddon, Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that there will be a thousand-year period of peace and prosperity on earth when Jesus will return to Earth to rule over a paradise. This period is known as the Millennium. During the Millennium, Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that all people who have been resurrected will have the opportunity to learn about God and to choose to serve him.