what Kings, if you look at Rev 5:10 in the actual greek, it does not say kings. And if you look closer the scripture is describing the great crowd and not the 144k. Not to mention the 144k are never refered to as Anoited. [crazyguy]
I agree with you. I am referring to King David, Solomon, etc. etc.
The Hebrew verb mashach (noun, messiah ) and the Greek verb chrio (noun, christos ) are translated “to anoint.” From ancient times the priests and kings were ceremonially anointed as a sign of official appointment to office, and as a symbol of God's power upon them. The act was imbued with an element of awe. David would not harm King Saul because of the anointing the king had received ( 1 Samuel 24:6 ). Likewise, Israel ( Psalm 89:38 ), and even Cyrus ( Isaiah 45:1 ) are called God's anointed because of God's working through them. Israel came to see each succeeding king as God's anointed one, the messiah who would deliver them from their enemies and establish the nation as God's presence on the earth.
Who anointed those claiming to be of the anointed within the congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses? No one did, therefore they are not anointed. It is that simple........