Imagine for a moment that you are scheduled to preach next Sunday. You study and prepare. When the day arrives, you stand up and begin speaking. While you are speaking, someone stands up and walks to where you are standing. This person asks to speak. What do you do?
In general, would the action of this person be considered orderly or disorderly? Why?
Imagine for a moment that you are not scheduled to preach next Sunday. You come to the meeting location and find a place to sit. At the appropriate time, someone stands to speak. But, instead of preaching, the individual says that God does not want him to speak. Instead, he says, he believes that God has told others to preach or teach. Then, he sits down. What do you do?
In general, would this be considered orderly or disorderly? Why? Would you have something to say if you thought God wanted you to teach that morning? Why? Why not?