[934] Luke 14: The Reticent Guests for the Evening Meal

16 The [one] said to him: A man, a certain one [tij] was spreading a grand evening-meal, and he invited many.
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And he sent his slave out at the hour of the evening-meal to say to the invited [ones], 'Come, because things are now ready.' [for 2019Elul14, after the Laodicean slave was reappointed on 2019Tammuz16]
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But they all unitedly started to beg off. The first [one] said to him, 'I bought a field and have necessity to go out and see it; I ask you, Have me excused.'
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And another said, 'I bought 5 yoke of cattle and am going to examine them; I ask you, Have me excused.' [5x.2x=10x, which must run from 2019Elul14, the early 1st Watchtower Passover, to 2020Tammuz14, the expiration of the last 1NC reserve]
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Still another said, 'I just married a wife and for this reason I cannot come.' [3 rejections for the 3rd marriage engagement feast on 2019Elul14/Tishri14/Heshvan14. The 3 rejectors care more about their own business than the business of the householder]
21 So the slave came up and reported these things to his Lord. Then having become wrathful the householder said to his slave, 'Go out quickly into the broadway [plateiaj could an adjective or a noun - Mounce. We take it as a noun here] and the lanes of the city, and bring in here the poor [ones] and crippled [ones] and blind [ones] and lame [ones].' [for 2019Tishri14/Heshvan14/Chislev14, the 4th marriage engagement feast. This counts as 3x.8x=24x from 2019Tishri17, the 3rd marriage to 2019Heshvan10, entrance day into the 4th marriage]
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And the slave said, 'Lord, what you ordered has been done, and yet there is place/room.'
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And the Lord said to the slave, 'Go out into the roads and the fences, and compel them to come in, so that my house may be filled. [for 2019Heshvan14/Chislev14/Tebbeth14, the 5th marriage engagement feast, which fills the house of the 1NC]
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For I say to you, None of those males [partitive genitive] that were invited will taste of evening-meal [genitive direct object] of me.' (Luke 14)

The same slave, the reappointed Laodicean administration, collects all the guests for all 3 Watchtower Passovers and subsequent ark marriages.