There's a study article "Make Sure of the More Important Things", and in no uncertain terms the article makes clear that "Jehovah's organization" is the most important thing.
The term "organization" or "Jehovah's organization" is used a whopping 24 times in the article, including a subheading titled: "FOLLOW THE EXAMPLE OF JEHOVAH'S ORGANIZATION". I thought organizations were entities, but that sort of subheading makes it seem like the organization is one giant person whose example we can follow. I mean, I know that's probably not what they meant, but it's...unsettling to hear a phrase like that. When an organization is held up as an example to be followed, rather than Jesus, for instance, I mean, dude.
Speaking of Jesus, he's mentioned in various forms, Jesus/Son/Christ, all of 18 times in this article. Jesus actually gets less mentions than the organization. What a shocking turn of events!
"For Christ's followers to be successful, the work would need to be well-organized."--paragraph 10, p. 25. The Father, Son, and holy spirit working 24-7 can't get the preaching work done without us to fill out the paperwork!
"Do we take time to periodically reflect on the workings of Jehovah's organization?"--paragraph 16, p. 26. There's something unsettling about that one...reminds me of how they would encourage people to meditate on things that Jehovah has done for us. But there's an extra word in there somewhere...
"Meditating on what Jehovah is accomplishing through his organization is good for us. Along with this wonderful organization, may we be resolved to keep focused on the more important things."--paragraph 17, p. 26. <--Man, that line sounds like it could be from one of my parody articles!
There's a lot more going in this article, but...to me it really sounds perilously close to worship of the organization. Well, I guess I ought to skim the next one, because I have a feeling it gets worse from there...