I'll take a stab:
A. Matt.12:50; 13:38; 25:40; Mark 3:35; Luke 8:21; John 1:12,13; 15:14; Rom. 8:14; 1 John 5:1
Q. These highlight who are really Jesus' brothers. and who are really the sons of God. The Society says only the 144,000 are. These verses prove that to be a lie.
A. Acts 10:42; 17:31; Romans 14:9; 2 Cor. 5:10; 2 Tim. 4:1; 1Peter 4:5
Q. These highlight Jesus' role as judge of the living and dead. Incidentally, there is an error in the Society's view of who "the living and the dead" are. It is related to their misunderstanding of the verses in the first question. The "living" are alive when Jesus begins judging. The "dead" are ones brought back to life and judged during the 1000 years.
The Society views the "living" as Armageddon survivors (the great crowd). The problem here is that (according to this view) the great crowd go through the same things and meet the same standards as the 144,000. Yet the 144,000 are counted as sons of God and get their reward, whereas, the great crowd are only 'friends of the family,' and have to spend another thousand years trying to prove themselves before they are accepted into the household. They spend a life in service to God and then move into the 1000 years and have no more credit than some caveman who never gave a passing thought to God. That's WT justice. Would Jesus really let people, who think like this, rule the Earth?
A. John 10:16 ("And I have other sheep, which are not of this fold" NWT)
Q. These refer to Gentiles who would later become Jesus' followers. The NWT makes a sly attempt to distort this by the rendering "of this fold." "Of" is the Greek particle ek. The NWT consistently renders this "out of." (See the inside of the front cover of the KIT.) But not here. "Fold" is the same Greek word (aule) as occurs in verse 1, rendered "sheepfold." It refers to a courtyard where sheep are housed (in this context). Verses 7 thru 15 describe a wilderness enclosure for sheep, used only while they are out in the field grazing.
Jesus is saying the "other sheep" don't come "out of," or originate from, the same courtyard that the sheep in verse 1 come out of. But they, thereafter, become one flock.
The NWT rendering is intended to convey the idea that the "other sheep" graze with the sheep of verse 1, but are never housed together. Thus, in the WT explanation, there are 3 courtyards. The original one. (vs.1) The new one that the sheep of verse 1 are moved into. (The "fold" of verse 16) And an implied 3rd one for housing the "other sheep" of verse 16. (Implied because they have to be housed somewhere, but they are not "of" the one in verse 16.)
In a sense, all three of the above sets of Scripture are somewhat related to each other.
I'll save the rest for someone else. (I guess I didn't do so great a job turning the verses into questions.)