The Jan 15,2010 WT, to be studied on March 29th to April 4th, entitled "Jehovah's way of ruling to be vindicated".
Paragraph 10 to 12 - a few of the statements, my comments in quotations...... The nation of Israel proved unwilling to serve Jehovah faithfully. (in what sense?) Eventually, they rejected God's appointed Messiah, and Jehovah rejected them and purposed to replace them with a group fo people who formed a new nation. Between the original nation of Israel and the new "Israel of God" there are both differences and similarities. Unlike ancient Israel, the Christian congregation HAS NO HUMAN KING and it has no need for offering animal sacrifices in behalf of sinners. (no human king huh?) One similarity between the nation of Israel and the Chrisitian congregation is the arrangement of older men, or elders. (you mean pharisees right?) Such Christian elders do not rule over the flock. (really now? ) Rather, they shepherd (you mean rule) the congregation and unstintingly take the lead in Christian activities. By meditatating on God's dealings with Israel, members of "the Israel of God" and their "other sheep" companions develop greater appreciation for Jehovah and HIS WAY OF GOVERNING. (you mean through the GB kings and pharisees who really aren't). For example, history shows that the human rulers of Israel greatly influenced their subjects, either for good or bad. That fact impresses upon those taking the lead among Christians that, although they are not rulers like those ancient kings, they must always set a good example of faith. (Hey can anybody lend me a shovel here, there is cow dung all over the place, if tyranically setting doctrine, DFing any who don't 100% agree, etc is not ruling as king, but just leading by faith, then what is?)
It gets even better, after another GB praise paragraph in 14, paragraph 15 says, "Each of us would do well to ask himself: Do I fully recongize the responsibilities that I should shoulder within the Christian congregation? Am I properly supporting Jehovah's way of governing? Am I proud to be a subject of Jehovah's ruling Kingdom? Am I determined to continue telling others about God's kingdom to the extend that I reasonably can? As a group, we willingly submit ourselves to the direction given by the Governing Body and cooperate with teh appointed elders in the congregations. In such ways, we demonstrate our acceptance of God's way of ruling. (READ Hebrews 13:17) Willing submission results in a worldwide unity that is unique in this divided world. It also produces peace and righteousness and brings glory to Jehovah, demonstrating that his way of ruling is by far the best.