- I found the following excerpt, from the the article "Do You Let Jehovah Question You?" in the April 15, 2010 Watchtower, relevant to this discussion:
"'Is the Judge of all the earth not going to do what is right?' (Gen. 18:25) Abraham posed this rhetorical question to Jehovah at the time of God's judgment of Sodom and Gomorrah. Abraham considered it unthinkable that Jehovah could ever act unjustly - putting the righteous to death with the wicked. Abraham's question reflects his deep faith in Jehovah's righteousness.
"Today, some may be inclined to speculate about matters regarding Jehovah's future judgments, such as who exactly will survive Armageddon or who will receive a resurrection. Rather than allowing such thoughts to disturb us, we can recall Abraham's question. Knowing Jehovah as a benevolent heavenly Father and having complete confidence in his justice and mercy, as Abraham did, prevents us from wasting time and energy on unnecessary worry, weakening doubt, and useless debate."
--- In JWquestionsfirstname.lastname@example.org, Brittany Osborne <true_love_and_adventure@...> wrote:
> Thank you all very much for your insight and explainations. I greatly appreciate your answers--they do make sense. When I first posted the question I thought it might not be published on the site or really answered at all. I stand corrected and grateful that there are still kind and patient people to help answer life's many questions. I think I can now make peace with Jehovah in my heart. Thanks, *Britt*