I seem to recall what you paraphrase but can't find it. However, perhaps the following quotes can help. Note that one of them provides evidence that they claim that the governing body is the same as the faithful and discreet slave. Talk about arrogance and presumptuousness.
*** km 6/95 p. 1 par. 4 Jehovah Imparts Power ***
By Following Theocratic Direction: "Theocracy" means "rule by God," who is love. We benefit from his rule by accepting his authority and following his instructions in large and small decisions. "The faithful and discreet slave" represents theocratic rule on this earth. (Matt. 24:45-47) Cooperation with the organization that the "slave" uses is vital if we are to obtain Jehovah’s blessing. (Compare Hebrews 13:17.) Jehovah will reward our loyalty to him and our willingness to obey his laws by supplying the power we need at the appropriate time. -- Heb. 4:16.
*** w09 10/15 p. 15 par. 14 "You Are My Friends" ***
How, then, can we be friends of Christ? One way is to obey the direction provided by the faithful and discreet slave class, which consists of Jesus’ spirit-anointed brothers still alive on earth.
*** lv chap. 4 p. 43 par. 15 Why Respect Authority? ***
Jesus, in turn, has assigned his "faithful and discreet slave" to look after the spiritual needs of God’s people on earth. (Matthew 24:45-47) The Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses serves as "the faithful and discreet slave." As in the first-century Christian congregations, elders today receive instructions and counsel from the Governing Body, either directly or through its representatives, such as traveling overseers. When we as individuals respect the authority of Christian elders, we are obeying Jehovah.