If you repeat a lie often enough, many will accept it as truth. The org successfully employs this strategy by regurgitating previous Watchtower articles into bite-size chunks, and presenting it as a "spiritual starter" to the day for the faithful to swallow.
Text for 27 August 2016
Symeon [Peter] has related thoroughly how God for the first time turned his attention to the nations to take out of them a people for his name.—Acts 15:14. "At a meeting of the (a) governing body of first-century Christians held in 49 C.E., the disciple James stated the above. This new people bearing (b) Jehovah’s name would include both Jewish and non-Jewish believers. (Rom. 11:25, 26a) Later, Peter wrote: c) "You were once not a people, but now you are God’s people." Peter outlined their mission by stating: (d) "You are ‘a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for special possession, that (e) you should declare abroad the excellencies of the One who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light." (1 Pet. 2:9,10) (f) They were to sound forth the praises of the One (g) they represented and publicly glorify his name. (h) They were to be courageous (i) witnesses for Jehovah, the Universal Sovereign, "to the most distant part of the earth."—Acts 1:8; Col. 1:23. w14 11/15 5:6, 7
a) No such term even hinted at in the Bible,
b) No. People were to bear Christ's name - Acts 11:26.
c), d), e), f), g), h) are all (according to J.W.'s) the so-called "anointed class". Accepting the org's interpretation, only these ones can be "God's people" and the preaching work must logically then be their work - no one else's.
i) False. 28 verses command Christians to witness for Christ. Not one scripture tells Christians to witness for God! (Acts 1:8)