bible for anointed
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Bible for 144,000 Anointed
The Watchtower asserts that the Bible predominantly only applies to the 144,000 Anointed leaders.
The majority of Jehovah's Witnesses are considered Other Sheep and only benefit from the Bible by extension when following the direction of the Anointed leadership, which is regarded a privilege.
Watchtower 2002 February 1 p. 23
"All of this should impress upon the minds of the other sheep why the Christian Greek Scriptures focus so much attention on Christ and his anointed brothers and their central role in the outworking of Jehovah's purposes. The other sheep therefore consider it a privilege to support in every way possible the anointed slave class while awaiting "the revealing of the sons of God" at Armageddon and during the Millennium."
Watchtower 2000 Aug 15 p.19
"After explaining that Christians have a superior basis for approach to God, the apostle Paul outlines, as we read at Hebrews 10:22-25, three ways in which we can demonstrate our faith and appreciation for God’s loving provision. Even though Paul’s admonition was directed chiefly to those who have “the way of entry into the holy place”—that is, anointed Christians with a heavenly calling—surely all humanity need to pay attention to Paul’s inspired words if they want to benefit from Jesus’ propitiatory sacrifice.—Hebrews 10:19."
Revelation, it's Grand Climax at Hand pp. 317-318
"Yes, these words are primarily "for the congregations." This is a message, first of all, for the congregation of anointed Christians on earth. Everything in Revelation is addressed primarily to anointed Christians, who will inhabit New Jerusalem. Through that congregation, the great crowd is also privileged to gain understanding of these precious prophetic truths."
United in Worship p.111
"Special attention was being given to making up the government that would rule mankind for 1,000 years, and nearly all the inspired letters in the Christian Greek Scriptures are primarily directed to this group of Kingdom heirs
- "the holy ones," "partakers of the heavenly calling."
Watchtower 1974 June 15 p.376
"Also, it is to the spirit-anointed Christians who will rule in that kingdom that most of the Christian Greek Scriptures is directed, including the promises of everlasting life."