http://jwsurvey.org/cedars-blog/new-light-watchtower-magazine-leaked-from-organization-weeks-ahead-of-general-release In light of this so-called new lightâ€¦what do we know about Matt 24:45-47? Matthew said Jesus said: [SUP]45[/SUP] â€œWho really is the faithful and discreet slave whom his master appointed over his domestics, to give them their food at the proper time? [SUP]46[/SUP] Happy is that slave if his master on arriving finds him doing so. [SUP]47[/SUP] Truly I say to YOU, He will appoint him over all his belongings. Luke said Jesus said: [SUP]42[/SUP] And the Lord said: â€œWho really is the faithful steward, the discreet one, whom his master will appoint over his body of attendants to keep giving them their measure of food supplies at the proper time? [SUP]43[/SUP] Happy is that slave, if his master on arriving finds him doing so![SUP] 44[/SUP] I tell YOU truthfully, He will appoint him over all his belongings. Verse 45 from Matt speaks as if the appointment was made at that timeâ€¦Luke 42 speaks as if the appointment is still to be made. Putting those verses on hold for the moment, verses 47/44 makes it clear that Jesus will appoint over all his belongings the slave that is found giving his (Jesusâ€™) â€œdomestics/body of attendantsâ€ food at the time that he (Jesus) arrives. So if Jesusâ€™ arrival mentioned here is when he comes after the GT is cut short, then that means that in order to be found giving the food at that arrival, that this slave would had to have been doing so prior to, which for certain would mean that the slave would had to be doing so during the GT. The questions are: How far prior to the GT was/is the appointment to feed the â€œdomestics/body of attendantsâ€ made? In what manner did/will Jesus make that appointment?