I have a copy of the guidelines:
Symposium : Loyally Uphold Jehovah’s Judgments
Shun Unrepentant Wrongdoers (NO_15-S.pdf)
Jehovah’s justice benefits us
Jehovah’s law given to Moses protected God’s people physically and spiritually from bad or evil influences.
The Israelites’ loyalty was put to the test by some of these laws (Dt 13:1 -11)
Since the first century Jehovah has commanded us not to seek friendship or fellowship from unrepentant ones [Read 1 Cor 5:11 -13]
Disfellowshipping is a beneficial measure even though some from this
permissive world consider it an excessive/cruel/radical (W15 4/15 29-31)
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It helps keep Jehovah’s and his organization’s name clean. It protects
us from bad associations, which includes messages from apostates or
other opposers that are used to spread harmful ideas. (2Jn, 10, 11)
Disfellowshipping can help a sinner to return to Jehovah.
Loyal Christians should not associate with anyone “called a brother” and yet practices grave sin.
We have to do so even with unrepentant ones that have not been dealt by the congregation, like in the case of inactive ones.
It can be an especially tough test of our loyalty when the unrepentant
sinner is a family member. We shouldn’t allow family ties to threaten
our loyalty to Jehovah and his organization (w13, 1/15 15, 16 Paragraphs
16 – 20).
The following video will see how loyalty reaps benefits..
Jehovah understands the pain cause by the loss of a loved one.
Jehovah’s reaction to the rebellion of the people of Isreal helps us
understand how he felt when some of his spiritual children joined
Satan’s rebellion (Sl 78:40, 41; w07 1/15 17, 18)
Jehovah does not let his emotions get the better of him. He punished the Israelites severely (Sl 78:60-62)
He also took measures against rebels in the spirit realm so he could protect the rest of his heavenly family (Jud 6; Rev 12:7-9)
Respect Jehovah’s discipline
Disfellowshipping can be a painful measure, but those that accept it are seen as righteous once again by God [Read Heb 12:11) (W12 4/15 12 paragraph 16)
Let’s not let Jehovah’s discipline lose it power or effectiveness.
But,what should we do if a sinner repents and changes his ways?
Brother _____ will give the final talk in this Symposium ‘Loyally uphold Jehovah’s Judgements’ called ‘Be Forgiving’
Hope this helps..