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This  graphic  is  showing  the  number of partaking anointed remnant at the  MEMORIAL  since  1938.... What  a  big  surprise  is  this  curious  curve ! Many  years  of  lessening # of par

Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door........ It is aways interesting (for me) to look at the partakers graph against the average publishers graph as shown here. (They will be included in these f

Jehovah doesn't  make  any  mistake !!  ONLY  humans...

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On 10/14/2016 at 9:09 AM, tromboneck said:

Anyone who was anointed after the death of the last of the anointed ones in the first group—that is, after those who witnessed the “beginning of pangs of distress” in 1914—would not be part of “this generation.”Matt. 24:8.

No one can or should try to judge the claim of any specific individual. However the current teaching is only saying that if any persons claim to have become "of the anointed" after the first group died out, then the length of their life doesn't matter anyway in trying to determine the length (or makeup) of the generation. The point has nothing to do with whether their claim has any "merit." 

The first generation is assumed to have died out already, although who could say for sure if there was not a 120 year old brother or sister somewhere who was of the anointed at age 16?  If so, that first group has not died out yet, but will likely die out in the next year or so. If we assume that the last member of group one died on January 1, 2000 at 12:01 am EST, then it is quite possible that two brothers who were twins, born in say, 1980, could both be of the anointed. If one of the twins (let's say, the younger one) started professing to be of the anointed at three minutes before 12:01 am EST on January 1, 2000 then he would be part of the "generation" that would not pass away. If the other one (let's say, the older one) started professing to be of the anointed at three minutes after his twin brother, then he would not be part of that generation.

So it's even very possible for a younger person to be a part of the generation where his older brother is not part of it.

Hope that makes sense.


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57 minutes ago, The Librarian said:

@Queen Esther don't discourage commenting on this topic. I feel it is important for everyone to understand.  There is obviously a lot of confusion out there.  

You can unfollow the topic replies above if you don't want to be notified. :-)

thanks for the great post.  

I will find a good way...  Thank you !

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Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door........

It is aways interesting (for me) to look at the partakers graph against the average publishers graph as shown here. (They will be included in these figures).

I mean, why shouldn't this number increase? I know we have put date limiters on it in the past, but surely we have become less rigid about this in more recent years? (@Melinda Mills could substantiate this with numerous WT references!)

Anointed ones answer only to Jehovah as to the genuineness of their claim (1Cor 11:27-29).

We are rejoicing at the increase, if we show the same spirit that the angels do when sinners repent:

Luke 15:10:  "I tell you, joy arises among the angels of God over one sinner who repents"

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