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If a brother who delivers the Memorial talk professes to be anointed, should he accept the emblems on the stage, or should he take a seat that has been reserved for him in the audience close to the platform? What if he professes disability?

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8 hours ago, friday i. okwuolu said:

"take a seat that has been reserved for him in the audience close to the platform" This is taken from your question and i think it answers your question because this will show some dignity.

 Consider: What should be done if the talk was given from a sitting position on a chair on the platform? Would he be expected to leave the stage?

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If the speaker is of the anointed, he like any speaker would be given the emblems while on stage. If he is to take them he would not have to come down off stage to partake, that is much drama. And doing so on stage only offends those of weak conscience. Why I say this? Why are we here? As those of the 'other sheep' it should be seen as a privilege to be part of this, at all. What if it was for the anointed only, ceremony also. Then we would be in the dark about it all, right? But Jehovah's love does not work out his purpose like that. His justice on sending his Son for us, allows his love to share the restoration of his creation purpose for mankind and the furthering of his interrupted purpose which we will privy to after the 1000 yrs are ended.

So either in his seat, or on the stage, they partake without doubt, knowing they have been invited. Their spirit along with 'token' of Jehovah's spirit, know they are sons of the kingdom,,adopted as kingly heirs!

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