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At the memorial we had recently we had a few late comers who missed the talk ate and drank the wine and got in a spat with another visitor who heard the talk over the eating and drinking of the emblems .any who after the spat they were confused as since they missed the talk and had to leave early they asked me for a summary of the event do you think a tract summarizing the talk should be handed out after memorial ?

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at the end of program it was said that anybody in the audience could contact an attendant for being visited and start a bible study


so there is no need for a tract because there is What does the bible really teach ? book and people can accept a visit or even a bible study to understand anything

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Were the latecomers already associated with the congregation? Then they should have already been fully aware of what the emblems mean, and who should properly partake or abstain.


Were they first-time visitors who honestly had no idea what we believe? If they were honest hearted, they would accept a study and learn the truth the way Jesus directed rather than demanding a one-page cliffnotes version of the truth.


Were they first-time visitors who wanted to cause trouble? Let them go, we're advised not to engage in debates with such people.


No matter what the case, I feel that a tract wouldn't help matters at all, and it might even give unmotivated family members and studies an excuse to stay home and ask for the summary later.

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