WT Secret Document admits that only Elders and MS's are Ordained

by Elsewhere 39 Replies latest jw friends

  • inbyathread
    Of course, we would never compromise principles of

    pure worship merely to obtain legal status.
    (bold is theirs)

    In what European country did they eliminate disfellowshipping or any sanctions regarding medical care with the use of blood? Just so they could obtain legal status.


  • stillajwexelder

    This is just brilliant Elsewhere

  • stillajwexelder

    63. Nothing contributes more to the happiness of the brothers than the conviction that they are loved and appreciated.

    So why do they not prcatice what they preach?

  • stillajwexelder

    45. Carpets are spot-cleaned once a month. 46. Carpets are shampooed once a year. Traffic areas may need to be cleaned more often. New carpets are not shampooed the first year.

    47. Carpet repairs are reported on a repair slip (B-2).

    Sorry - I found this hilarious

  • stillajwexelder

    6. PERMANENT CONGREGATION FILES: Make out a folder for material that is to be saved indefinitely. Toward the back of the permanent file folder is the Congregation Disfellowshipping or Disassociation Record (S-80). Although entries are no longer made on this form it contains information on persons who were disfellowshipped prior to the introduction and use of the new S-77 form. It should be retained as part of the file. The S-77 forms should also be kept toward the back of the file folder for easy access to mark reinstatements. The CongregationApplication (S-51) should also be in the back of the permanent file folder. If the Congregation Application is not in the file, then the oldest circuit overseer’sreport should be stamped “Do Not Destroy.” The current copy of the Congregation Territory Assignment (S-54) should be kept attached to the previous copy. All others can be thrown away. All correspondence (except disfellowshippings) is kept in date order, with previous correspondence dealing with a specific case being stapled together and filed according to the date of the latest correspondence.The last circuit overseer’s report prior to the elder arrangement should be stamped “Do Not Destroy” and retained as part of the permanent file. On rare occasions we may refer to this report. Correspondence with regular pioneers may also be kept in this file.
  • Wild_Thing

    This was in chapter 24 on writing articles:

    Also, have in

    mind the possible

    effect of the article on the people

    living in your territory.

    Sometimes it is best not to say

    certain things, even though they are true.

    What kinds of things might they be talking about? The fact that they believe everyone will be destroyed except JWs? How things REALLY are in the organization once you are indoctrinated and baptized? Their level of purposeful manipulation is incredible!

  • AuldSoul

    [satire on]

    The accompanying addenda labeled Minutiae adds (among many others)

    312. When using the restroom, Branch Overseers should use no more than three squares of tissue folded accordian style. If due to diarrhea or some other unforeseen occurrence an Overseer feels it is necessary to use more than three squares he should be sure to report the excess usage on an appropriate requisitions slip (B-84). Once the slip is submitted, the Overseers should meet to discuss the excess and determine if there was greediness or if it actually was a case of uncleanness. Under no circumstances should a requisitions slip (B-84) be used in lieu of tissue in an attempt to sidestep a discussion of excess usage. While there is no direct way to monitor compliance we would all do well to keep in mind the admonition from Ephesians 5:12, 13: "For the things that take place in secret by them it is shameful even to relate. Now all the things that are being reproved are made manifest by the light, for everything that is being made manifest is light."

    [satire off]

  • caligirl

    "If the Branch Committee feels it is appropriate to assist financially in certain deserving cases because of lack of other support, it is left to the discretion of the committee to handle such matters, even up to US$1,000."

    Well, how generous of them! Too bad that $1000 hardly covers anything unless you are in a 3rd world country somewhere.

  • rwagoner
    WITNESSES: If some organization or individual puts out printed matter against us, even if it has libelous charges, as a general policy we do not retaliate with legal action.

    But boy do we hammer anyone with a webpage !!!

  • MidwichCuckoo

    Gosh Elsewhere, you're GOOD. If I only I was 70 years younger........

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