I was wondering if you guys would care to discuss Act 18:6 with me. I'll throw in verse 5 for context: "When, now, both Silas+ and Timothy+ came down from Mac·e·doʹni·a, Paul began to be intensely occupied with the word, witnessing to the Jews to prove that Jesus is the Christ.+6 But after they kept on opposing him and speaking abusively, he shook out his garments+ and said to them: “Let your blood be on your own heads.+ I am clean." My aunt just called me, and we spoke for two hours. She's a pretty blunt person, and talking to her about the truth is difficult. I can't say too much about my choices to my family because I don't want to be all out shunned. She is the witness that hangs on every word the society says, as if it was Jehovah himself speaking. She was talking about how she didn't feel like she doing enough, not preaching enough, not enough meetings, saying one day it was going to be too late, and she was going to die. I felt helpless this entire conversation, because I didn't have the words to help her or comfort her in the way I wanted to. (telling her everything) The only thing I could say was, "Maybe place your focus on prayer and your personal relationship with Jehovah, isn't that really what's important?" It didn't seem like a good enough answer. I don't know, I just felt so helpless. Anyway, she was didn't say it like this cruelly, but she knows I'm not in the preaching work, or going to meetings, and basically when it boiled down to it, said because I didn't preach, I was blood-guilty, and pretty much sealed for destruction and that is made her scared for me. Is this truly a biblical teaching? Was just curious to hear the e-jw family's thoughts on it. I feel like crap and I need some support. I feel unworthy of Jehovah enough as it is, thanks auntie.