Posted by IGN’s Mike Mahardy on March 15, 2019 02:07:33A man who had his marriage dissolved by his wife after he discovered he was a Jehovah’s Witness has had to start a new life in his own home.
Michael Jackson’s former wife, Yolanda Johnson, started attending services as part of the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ New World Order in 2002, but it soon became clear the former pop star had become an outcast and had to change his religion.
He had his wife removed from the home by the Jehovahs Witness, who then filed for divorce, and he began living at home as a Jehovahs Witnesses member.
The couple have two daughters, two sons, and a step-daughter, but Michael’s children have not had to undergo the same upheaval as Yolandra, who had to leave the home because her father is a Jehovah.
“When we started going to services, it was really, really overwhelming,” he said.
“I had to ask God to protect us, but when we came to a new place, we were like, ‘Oh, my God, what’s happening?'”
After Yolandas death, Michael Jackson had his children and wife relocate to the same place as they do now, where they have to attend worship services every Friday.
“We are living on the same premises and we’re still in the same home,” he explained.
“It’s like, wow, it’s been a long time.”‘
The hardest thing I have ever had to do was go through the divorce process’After the Jehovah members filed for a divorce, the couple decided to move to a house they owned with their children in the suburbs of Los Angeles.
“They have a home in this area, and we moved in,” he continued.
“After the divorce, we had to move into this house.
And, for me, that was the hardest thing.”
The hardest part was that we have two kids, and they’re still there.
It’s a tough situation, but I guess I have to move on with my life.
“He said he was also surprised to learn that the Jehovah group had not yet closed its doors, despite the fact they have been in the United States for over 30 years.”
A couple of years ago, they closed the door, but now we have our children and we have been here for over 20 years, and it’s not closed yet,” he admitted.”
So we are very, very happy to be here.
“I would say, the hardest part is that I have had to go through a divorce process.”
“It has been a very emotional experience for us, and for us to leave a place we love, a place that we love so much and be surrounded by people who don’t understand our religion, who don.
We are very thankful to the Jehovah Witnesses for this privilege.”
Michael Jackson, right, with his daughters in his new home in Florida, May 29, 2019.
Source: YouTube.com/watch?v=Jt0HbXxZ9j8 Michael Jackson’s wife and children moved into a house in the Los Angeles suburb of Westlake after he began to leave Jehovah’s followers.
The Jehovahs Watchtower religion is one of the largest in the world and its followers are known for their strict moral codes, believing in a single God, their belief that the world is one, and the organisation’s strict belief that sex outside of marriage is wrong.
“It was a blessing, because we weren’t alone,” he told the Daily Mail.
“We had two other people who had the same problem.
We were all connected.”
The couple, who now have three children, have not received any legal support from the Jehovah organisation, despite having to relocate to a different part of their own country due to a court order.
“There are lots of people in this world who have come out of Jehovah’s,” he added.
“So it was a big blessing for us.”‘
I had never felt so alone’The couple were forced to leave their home after their daughter was diagnosed with cancer and he moved to Los Angeles to live with his wife.
“My wife was diagnosed [with cancer] and had the news the other day, she had to have surgery to have a tumor removed,” he recalled.
“But I just thought, ‘I don’t know what to do.
I don’t want to be alone’.”
The Jehovah’s Watchtower website says its followers “seek to establish the truth of God through the power of the Holy Spirit and the power to save souls”.
“They seek to bring about an age of righteousness for all mankind,” the organisation said in a statement in 2015.
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