Serena Williams Breaks Jehovah’s Witness Rules Just By Playing Tennis!


Readers didn't know If you’re a Jehovah’s Witness, you’re not supposed to participate in competitive sports. According to an online source, an issue of the Watchtower made that clear a decade ago: “… if measuring ourselves against others — their feats or advantages — stimulates feelings akin to envy or competitiveness, beware! These are negative emotions, incompatible with God’s thinking.” But that doesn’t seem to apply to Serena Williams.

 Serena Williams Breaks Jehovah’s Witness Rules Just By Playing Tennis

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  1. I see nothing wrong with Serena playing tennis. I see more wrong with the Jehovah Witness cult. As far as the disconnect with Serena and JW, it's more than just the tennis, like the way she dresses and makeup, her foul language, her "alleged" fornication and drinking, etc.She does give a shout out to Jehovah when she wins. Much of what comes out of these cults don't really add up.

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    1. Let me complete...so.... Serena should get out and you should not get in...

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