domingo, 22 de diciembre de 2013

EMT2014 INGLES.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM BIBLE READING: 10 minutes. For
the first four minutes, a qualified elder or ministerial
servant should consider Scriptural points from the
weekly Bible reading. The speaker should focus on selected
verses and should not try to cover too many
points. It is better to cover a few verses and to do it well.
Also, whenever possible, the speaker should make local
application, and emphasis should be placed on how
the material affects us today. (be 47 par. 2–48 par. 1)
The speaker should be careful not to exceed the four
minutes allotted for the opening portion. He should ensure
that six minutes are set aside for the audience to
offer brief comments of 30 seconds or less on what
they have appreciated in the weekly Bible reading. The
school overseer will then dismiss the students who are
assigned to other classrooms.
ASSIGNMENT NO. 1: 4 minutes or less. This is a reading
to be given by a brother. The student should read
the assigned material without giving an introduction or
a conclusion. The school overseer will be especially interested
in helping students to read with accuracy, understanding,
fluency, proper sense stress, modulation,
appropriate pausing, and naturalness.
ASSIGNMENT NO. 2: 5 minutes. This will be assigned
to a sister. The student will either be given a setting or
may select one from the list appearing on page 82 of
Benefit From Theocratic Ministry School Education. The
assigned theme should be used and should be applied
to an aspect of field service that is realistic and practical
for the local territory. The school overseer will be particularly
interested in the way the student develops the
material and the way she helps the assistant to reason
on the Scriptures and to understand the key points of
the presentation. The school overseer will assign one
assistant.
ASSIGNMENT NO. 3: 5 minutes. This may be assigned
to a brother or a sister. The subject for this assignment
will be based on a Bible character or term found in Insight
on the Scriptures, Volume 1. The student should
study Scriptural references in the material in order to
get a clear picture of the subject. Thereafter, the student
should develop the assigned theme and select appropriate
scriptures to be used. Additional scriptures that
highlight Bible principles that tie inwith the thememay
be included. The purpose of considering a Bible character
is to showwhat can be learned fromhis or her example.
Acts of faithfulness, courage, humility, and unselfishness
furnish good examples to be followed; acts
demonstrating a lack of faith as well as undesirable
traits stand as strong warnings to turn Christians away
from an improper course. The purpose for considering a
Bible termis to showhowit is used in the Scriptures and
to broaden our understanding of God's Word. When
assigned to a brother, this part should be given as a talk
with the Kingdom Hall audience in mind. When assigned
to a sister, it should be presented as outlined for
Assignment No. 2. Additionally, whenever the theme
for Assignment No. 3 is preceded by an asterisk (*), the
talk should be assigned to a brother.
COUNSEL: 1-2 minutes. The school overseer will not
announce the speech quality that a student is working
on. After Assignments No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3,
the school overseer will offer positive observations on
an aspect of the presentation that was commendable,
drawing attention to specific reasons why it was effective
and referring to the Ministry School textbook. According
to the need of each student, additional constructive
counsel may be given privately after the
meeting or at another time.
TIMING: No part should go overtime, nor should the
remarks of the counselor. Assignments No. 1, No. 2, and
No. 3 should tactfully be stopped when the time is up.
If brothers handling highlights from the Bible reading
go overtime, they should be given private counsel.
All should watch their timing carefully. Total program:
30 minutes.
COUNSEL FORM: In Ministry School textbook.
AUXILIARY COUNSELOR: Whenever possible, it is
good to use an elder who is an experienced speaker for
this privilege of service. The auxiliary counselor's responsibility
will be to give private counsel, if needed, to
elders or ministerial servants regarding any speaking
assignment they may handle, including Bible highlights,
ServiceMeeting parts, public talks, and conducting
and reading at the Watchtower Study and the Congregation
Bible Study. If there are a number of elders in
the congregation who are capable speakers and teachers,
then a different qualified elder may serve as auxiliary
counselor each year. It is not necessary for the auxiliary
counselor to offer counsel after each assignment by
elders and ministerial servants but only when he sees
that a word of encouragement or a practical suggestion
would help the brothers to make progress.
THEOCRATIC MINISTRY SCHOOL REVIEW: 20 minutes.
Every two months, the school overseer will conduct
a review. It will be preceded by highlights fromthe
Bible reading. The review will be based on material
considered in the school during the preceding two
months, including the current week. If the congregation
has a circuit assembly or the visit of the circuit overseer
during the week of the Theocratic Ministry School
Review, the review should be postponed one week and
Assignments No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 of the following
week's schedule should be used. No changes should be
made in the schedule of theweekly Bible reading or the
presentation of Bible highlights.
THEOCRATIC MINISTRY SCHOOL SCHEDULE FOR 2014
INSTRUCTIONS
During 2014 the following will be the arrangements for conducting the Theocratic Ministry School.
SOURCE MATERIAL: New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures [bi12], Insight on the Scriptures, Volume 1
[it-1], and Reasoning From the Scriptures (1989 Edition) [rs]. When Assignments No. 2 and No. 3 refer to paragraphs
in the Reasoning and Insight books, only paragraphs that are indented are to be counted.
The school should begin with remarks of welcome and then proceed as outlined below. After each part, the
school overseer will introduce the next part. If the school overseer wishes and if there is sufficient space, he
may sit at a table andmake his comments from a seated position on the platform. On the other hand, if he prefers,
he may sit in the audience near the platform but make his comments from the speaker's stand.
ss14-E 12/12

Jan. 6 Bible reading: Genesis 1-5
No.1: Genesis 4:1-16
No. 2: Members of the Right Religion Are ActiveWitnesses
ConcerningGod's Kingdom (rs p. 330 1)
No. 3: Aaron—Ways in Which AaronWas a Good Example for
Christians (it-1 pp. 9-10 3) 
Jan.13 Bible reading: Genesis6-10
No.1: Genesis 9:18–10:7
No. 2: If Someone Says, 'As Long as You Believe in Jesus, It Really
Does Not Matter What Church You Belong To'
(rs p. 332 2)
No. 3: Aaron—Continue Faithful in Spite ofHumanWeaknesses
(it-1 p.10 4–p.11 3) 
Jan. 20 Bible reading: Genesis11-16
No.1: Genesis 14:17–15:11
No. 2: If Someone Says, 'WhatMakes You Think There IsOnly
One ReligionThat Is Right?' (rs p. 332 3)
No. 3:  Abaddon—The Angel of the Abyss—WhoIsHe?
(it-1 p.12) 
Jan. 27 Bible reading: Genesis17-20
No.1: Genesis 17:18–18:8
No. 2: JesusDidNotGotoHeaven inaPhysicalBody
(rs p. 334 1-3)
No. 3:  Abba—HowIs the Term "Abba"Used in the Scriptures,
andHowHaveMenMisused It? (it-1 pp.13-14) 
Feb. 3 Bible reading: Genesis 21-24
No.1: Genesis 23:1-20
No. 2: WhyDid Jesus Appear inMaterialized Bodies?
(rs p. 334 4–p. 335 2)
No. 3: Abel—Exercise Faith That PleasesGod
(it-1 p.15, AbelNo.1) 
Feb.10 Bible reading: Genesis25-28
No.1: Genesis 25:19-34
No. 2: Those Resurrected to Rule With Christ Will Be LikeHim
(rs p. 335 4–p. 336 2)
No. 3: Abhorrent Thing—Jehovah's Viewof Idolatry and
Disobedience (it-1 p.17) 
Feb.17 Bible reading: Genesis29-31
No.1: Genesis 29:21-35
No. 2: What the ResurrectionWillMean forMankind inGeneral
(rs p. 336 3–p. 337 3)
No. 3: Abiathar—An Act of Disloyalty CanNullify Years of
Faithful Service (it-1 pp.18-19) 
Feb. 24 Bible reading: Genesis32-35
Theocratic Ministry SchoolReview 
Mar. 3 Bible reading: Genesis 36-39
No.1: Genesis 37:1-17
No. 2: Why Resurrected Ones WillNot Be Condemned for Their
PastDeeds (rs p. 338 1)
No. 3: Abigail—DisplayQualities ThatHonor Jehovah
(it-1 pp. 20-21, AbigailNo.1) 
Mar.10 Bible reading: Genesis40-42
No.1: Genesis 41:1-16
No. 2: HowDo the Rest of theDead Come to Life on Earth?
(rs p. 338 2–p. 339 2)
No. 3: Abihu—Prominence Does Not ExcuseDisobedience
(it-1 p. 22) 
Mar.17 Bible reading: Genesis43-46
No.1: Genesis 44:18-34
No. 2: WhoWill Be Included in the Earthly Resurrection?
(rs p. 339 3–p. 340 3)
No. 3: Abijah—DoNot Stop LeaningUpon Jehovah
(it-1 p. 23, Abijah No. 5) 
Mar. 24 Bible reading: Genesis47-50
No.1: Genesis 48:17–49:7
No. 2: The Events Associated With Christ's Presence Take Place
Over a Period of Years (rs p. 341 1-2)
No. 3: Abimelech—Presumptuousness Ends in PersonalDisaster
(it-1 p. 24, AbimelechNo. 4) 
Mar. 31 Bible reading: Exodus 1-6
No.1: Exodus 2:1-14
No. 2: Christ's Return Is Invisible (rs p. 341 3–p. 342 2)
No. 3: Abiram—OpposingGod-Appointed Authority
Is Tantamount to Opposing Jehovah
(it-1 p. 25, AbiramNo.1) 
Apr. 7 Bible reading: Exodus 7-10
No.1: Exodus 9:20-35
No. 2: In WhatMannerWill Jesus Return, andHowWill Every
Eye SeeHim? (rs p. 342 4–p. 343 5)
No. 3: Abishai—Be Loyal and Ready toHelp Your Brothers
(it-1 p. 26) 
Apr.14 Bible reading: Exodus 11-14
No.1: Exodus 12:37-51
No. 2: What Are Some Events AssociatedWith the Presence of
Christ? (rs p. 344 1-5)
No. 3: Abner—ThoseWhoLiveby the SwordDieby the Sword
(it-1 pp. 27-28) 
Apr. 21 Bible reading: Exodus 15-18
No.1: Exodus 15:20–16:5
No. 2: Why Christians AreNot Required to Keep the Sabbath
(rs pp. 345-346 3)
No. 3: Abortion—Life Is a Precious Gift FromGod (it-1 p. 28) 
Apr. 28 Bible reading: Exodus 19-22
Theocratic Ministry SchoolReview 
May5 Bible reading: Exodus 23-26
No.1: Exodus 25:1-22
No. 2: There IsNo Bible Record of Adam's Keeping a Sabbath
Day (rs p. 346 4–p. 347 2)
No. 3: Abraham—Abraham's EarlyHistory Is an Example of
Faith (it-1 pp. 28-29 3) 
May12 Bible reading: Exodus 27-29
No.1: Exodus 29:19-30
No. 2: JesusDid NotDivide the Mosaic LawInto "Ceremonial"
and "Moral" Parts (rs p. 347 3–p. 348 1)
No. 3: Abraham—Obedience, Unselfishness, and Courage Are
Qualities That Please Jehovah (it-1 p. 29 4-7) 
May19 Bible reading: Exodus 30-33
No.1: Exodus 32:1-14
No. 2: The Ten Commandments Cameto an End With the
Mosaic Law(rs p. 348 2-3)
No. 3: Abraham—Have Faith in Jehovah's Promises
(it-1 p. 30 1–p. 31 5) 
May26 Bible reading: Exodus 34-37
No.1: Exodus 34:1-16
No. 2: WhyMoral RestraintWasNot Removed When the Ten
Commandments Came to an End (rs p. 349 1-2)
No. 3: Abraham—Abundant Blessings ShouldNotMake aMan
of God Proud (it-1 p. 31 6–p. 32 1) 
June 2 Bible reading: Exodus 38-40
No.1: Exodus 40:20-38
No. 2: What the SabbathMeans to Christians
(rs p. 349; updated: w117/15 p. 28 16-17)
No. 3: Abraham—TheHistoricity of Abrahamin the Christian
Greek Scriptures (it-1 p. 32 2-3) 
June 9 Bible reading: Leviticus 1-5
No.1: Leviticus 4:16-31
No. 2: ThoseWhom the Bible Refers to as "Saints"
(rs p. 352 1–p. 353 1)
No. 3: Absalom—Physical Beauty, Pride, and Deceit Led toUgly
Events (it-1 pp. 32-33 1) 
June 16 Bible reading: Leviticus 6-9
No.1: Leviticus 8:18-30
No. 2: WhyWeDoNotPray to"Saints" (rs p. 353 2-4)
No. 3: Absalom—Put Away All SelfishAmbition andHypocrisy
(it-1 p. 33 2–p. 35 1) 
June 23 Bible reading: Leviticus 10-13
No.1: Leviticus 12:1–13:8
No. 2: The Truth About Venerating Relics and Images of
"Saints" (rs p. 354 1–p. 355 1)
No. 3: Abusive Speech—Abusive Speech IsDispleasing to
Jehovah (it-1 p. 35)
SCHEDULE
June 30 Bible reading: Leviticus 14-16
Theocratic Ministry SchoolReview 
July7 Bible reading: Leviticus 17-20
No.1: Leviticus 19:19-32
No. 2: Why Spirit-Anointed Christians, or "Saints,"AreNot Free
FromSin (rs p. 355 2)
No. 3: Abyss—What the Bible Says About the Abyss
(it-1 pp. 35-36) 
July14 Bible reading: Leviticus 21-24
No.1: Leviticus 23:1-14
No. 2: Universal Salvation IsNot Scriptural (rs p. 356 3)
No. 3: Acceptable Time—Use Wisely theOpportune Season for
God's Favor (it-1 pp. 37-38) 
July21 Bible reading: Leviticus 25-27
No.1: Leviticus 26:1-17
No. 2: Will AllHumans Eventually Be Saved? (rs p. 357 1)
No. 3: Accident, Accidental—Ways inWhich the Scriptures
Differentiate Between Accidental and Intentional
Occurrences (it-1 p. 38) 
July28 Bible reading: Numbers 1-3
No.1: Numbers 3:21-38
No. 2: "All Sorts ofMen"Will Be Saved (rs p. 357 2)
No. 3: Accusation—HowWere AccusationsHandled Under
Hebrewand Roman Law? (it-1 p. 39 4-8) 
Aug. 4 Bible reading: Numbers 4-6
No.1: Numbers 4:17-33
No. 2: Does the Bible Say That SomeWill Never Be Saved?
(rs p. 358 1-3)
No. 3: Accusation—Jehovah Overrules Bad Laws,
andHe Judges ThoseWhoMake False Accusations
(it-1 p. 39 9–p. 40 1) 
Aug.11 Bible reading: Numbers 7-9
No.1: Numbers 9:9-23
No. 2: Once SavedDoesNot Mean Always Saved
(rs p. 358 4–p. 359 1)
No. 3: Achan—RobbingGod Brings Dire Consequences
(it-1 p. 41) 
Aug.18 Bible reading: Numbers 10-13
No.1: Numbers 10:1-16
No. 2: Why Faith MustHaveWorks (rs p. 359 2-5)
No. 3: Acts of Apostles—The Spectacular Beginning and
Development of the Christian Organization
(it-1 pp. 42-43 2) 
Aug. 25 Bible reading: Numbers 14-16
Theocratic Ministry SchoolReview 
Sept.1 Bible reading: Numbers 17-21
No.1: Numbers 17:1-13
No. 2: HowWe KnowThat There Really Is aDevil
(rs p. 361 2–p. 362 2)
No. 3: Acts of Apostles—The Accuracy of the Book of Acts
(it-1 p. 43 3–p. 44 2) 
Sept. 8 Bible reading: Numbers 22-25
No.1: Numbers 22:36–23:10
No. 2: Satan IsNot Just the EvilWithin People
(rs p. 362 3–p. 363 1)
No. 3: Adam—InWhatWayWas AdamMade in the Likeness
of God? (it-1 pp. 44-45 6) 
Sept.15 Bible reading: Numbers 26-29
No.1: Numbers 27:15–28:10
No. 2: GodDidNotCreate theDevil (rs p. 363 2)
No. 3: Adam—The Terrible Consequences of Sin
(it-1 p. 45 7–p. 46 1) 
Sept. 22 Bible reading: Numbers 30-32
No.1: Numbers 32:16-30
No. 2: WhyGod DidNot Destroy Satan Promptly AfterHe
Rebelled (rs p. 363 3–p. 364 1)
No. 3: Administration—HumanAdministrations FromAdam to
the First Century (it-1 p. 48 3-8) 
Sept. 29 Bible reading: Numbers 33-36
No.1: Numbers 33:24-49
No. 2: DoNotUnderestimate theDevil's Power
(rs p. 364 2–p. 365 2)
No. 3: Administration—The "Administration" ThatGodHas
Had inOperation Since 33C.E. (it-1 p. 48 9) 
Oct. 6 Bible reading: Deuteronomy1-3
No.1: Deuteronomy 2:16-30
No. 2: Relief FromSatan's Wicked Influence IsNear
(rs p. 365 4–p. 366 3)
No. 3:  Does the Bible Teach That Sexual Relations Are Sinful?
(rs p. 367 1–p. 368 2) 
Oct.13 Bible reading: Deuteronomy4-6
No.1: Deuteronomy 4:29-43
No. 2: Changes ThatMust BeMade to PleaseGod
(rs p. 369 3–p. 370 1)
No. 3:  What the Bible Says AboutHomosexuality
(rs p. 368 4–p. 369 2) 
Oct. 20 Bible reading: Deuteronomy7-10
No.1: Deuteronomy 9:15-29
No. 2: Why a PerfectMan Could Sin (rs p. 371 2–p. 372 3)
No. 3: Adonijah—DoNot Question Jehovah'sDecisions
(it-1 pp. 49-50, Adonijah No.1) 
Oct. 27 Bible reading: Deuteronomy11-13
Theocratic Ministry SchoolReview 
Nov. 3 Bible reading: Deuteronomy14-18
No.1: Deuteronomy 15:16–16:8
No. 2: WhyWe Recognize Sin for What It Is
(rs p. 373 1–p. 374 1)
No. 3: Adoption—How Adoption Was Viewed and Practiced,
As Revealed in theHebrewScriptures (it-1 p. 50 3-6) 
Nov.10 Bible reading: Deuteronomy19-22
No.1: Deuteronomy 22:20-30
No. 2: Sin's Effect on Our RelationshipWithGod
(rs p. 374 2–p. 375 2)
No. 3: Adoption—Jehovah Adopts Spiritual Sons byMeans of
Christ Jesus (it-1 p. 51 1-3) 
Nov.17 Bible reading: Deuteronomy23-27
No.1: Deuteronomy 25:17–26:10
No. 2: What the Bible Says About the Soul
(rs p. 375 4–p. 376 4)
No. 3: Adornment—Adornment asDescribed in the Scriptures
(it-1 p. 51 4-7) 
Nov. 24 Bible reading: Deuteronomy28-31
No.1: Deuteronomy 30:15–31:8
No. 2: AnimalsAre Souls (rs p. 376 5–p. 377 3)
No. 3: Adornment—Christian Counsel on Personal Adornment
(it-1 p. 51 8–p. 52 1) 
Dec.1 Bible reading: Deuteronomy32-34
No.1: Deuteronomy 32:22-35
No. 2: At Death, Neither SoulNor Spirit Continues Living
(rs p. 377 4–p. 379 6)
No. 3:  Adultery—ToCommit Adultery Is toSinAgainstGod
(it-1 p. 53 4–p. 54 1) 
Dec. 8 Bible reading: Joshua 1-5
No.1: Joshua 1:1-18
No. 2: WhatHoly Spirit Is (rs p. 380 2–p. 381 1)
No. 3:  Adultery—HowCouldOne BecomeGuilty of Spiritual
Adultery? (it-1 p. 54 2) 
Dec.15 Bible reading: Joshua 6-8
No.1: Joshua 8:18-29
No. 2: WhatGives Evidence That a PersonHasHoly Spirit?
(rs p. 381 3–p. 382 1)
No. 3: Adversary—TheMostWicked Adversary of All Is Satan
theDevil (it-1 p. 54) 
Dec. 22 Bible reading: Joshua 9-11
No.1: Joshua 9:16-27
No. 2: There IsNo Spirit Part ofManThat SurvivesDeath
(rs p. 382 5–p. 383 2)
No. 3: Affection—Maintain aWarm Personal Attachment to
Jehovah and toThoseWho LoveHim(it-1 p. 55) 
Dec. 29 Bible reading: Joshua 12-15
Theocratic Ministry SchoolReview 
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