A recent thread about this week's study of the Watch Tower Society's God's Word for Us Through Jeremiah led me to decide to review how much of the Bible book of Jeremiah is actually considered in that publication.
Unlike other Watch Tower Society verse-by-verse considerations of some Bible books, their Jeremiah book instead purports to impart lessons 'for us'. Key scriptures in Jeremiah contradict JW doctrine, so a verse-by-verse approach was out of the question, probably having learned from their Daniel and Isaiah efforts that expose problems with JW interpretations.
One good feature of the Watchtower Library on CD-ROM is you can search for a scripture, then find all the search occurences for where that scripture has been cited in JW publications, which made the process much easier.
In God's Word for Us Through Jeremiah, much of the Bible book of Jeremiah is ignored altogether. In fact, less than half of the Bible book is mentioned at all, and only 16% of Jeremiah is actually quoted (including portions with the instruction to "Read" the cited verses.) This fact is 'disguised' (whether deliberately or incidentally) by jumping from chapter to chapter, considering verses out of sequence, and repeatedly citing certain verses that suit their purposes.
In the chart below, verses quoted or cited more than once are only counted once. Where a verse is quoted, but leaves off just a few words that don't affect the meaning, it is counted as fully quoted.
Unsurprisingly, Jeremiah 25:12, which indicates Babylon's judgement in 539 as being after the end of the 70 years, is not mentioned in the book at all.