The Watchtower of December 2015 reports the following reaction of a family with four teenagers in the country of Rwanda with the publication of the NWT, and how grateful they were for it. The WT magazine said:
Things changed when the New World Translation in their language became available. A Rwandan family with four teenagers said: “We really thank Jehovah and the faithful and discreet slave for giving us this Bible.
Where is "Jesus" here? Apparently Jesus has not been with these Christians in the time of the end. (Mat. 18.20; 28.20) But "the faithful and discreet slave" was -- and sadly, has seemingly taken over Jesus prerogative of being with his followers wherever they meet within WT Kingdom. True, the WT did not directly express the words attributed to the Rwanda family, but we all remember when we were JWs how often we heard Witnesses praying -- thanking Jehovah and the faithful and discreet slave. Obviously, they got this idea from the WT organization itself, who likes to promote unyielding blind loyalty to it.
The WT Society has, in practice, trampled on the honor of Jesus Christ, who is supposed ‘to be honored just as the Father’ is, not a composite ‘slave’ subservient to the Master, Christ. (John 5.23)