This group were very privileged to get inside the throne room at the heart of a Assyrian Palace. Their Bible Tour at the British Museum (Tour 1) was on the theme: “The Stones Are Crying Out” and they were able to get insight into the many Bible accounts relating to the Assyrians, as well as hearing how the ancient stones can actually increase our faith in the Bible and Jehovah God.

The guide is introducing the King and explaining some of the Assyrian religious ideas.

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Although a small group, here are Jehovah Witnesses from USA, Germany, Greece and the UK unitedly enjoying Tour 4 – Problems Encountered by Early Christians. This really highlights how much we share in common not only with our brothers and sisters all around the globe today, but also with the first century Christians. How faith-strengthening to have such excellent modern and ancient examples!

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This lovely group from the Slough Polish congregation enjoyed two Bible Tours at the British Museum. Here they get to meet one of Alexander the Great’s dogs of war!

..and now their Meander guide is explaining how Alexander fulfilled detailed Bible prophecy.

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Jehovah’s Witnesses and their friends enjoying seeing the Bible prophecies being illuminated at the British  Museum, London.

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