The Secret book of the Circuit Overseer

The Secret book of the Circuit Overseer

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Since: Feb 09

Zebulon, NC

#1 Jul 11, 2009
Now there's your secret right there!

Forget about that secret Elder's book that is but is not a secret and that goes off into destruction.

Every Elder or former Overseer knows very well that the Circuit Overseer has a special book full of letters directly from Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses. These letters ARE for the CO's eyes only. He doesn't even allow the Elders to see it. He simply reads from it what he wants them to know.

The book is huge! Some have become quite proficient at using it. Should that book ever fall into the wrong hands, it could be a legal nightmare for the Watchtower Society.

They would have to disavow the Circuit Overseers!

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#2 Jul 11, 2009
I always knew of the elders books but never knew what was in them but this is getting kindof scary for me. It seems like we are in a scientology like sect or something. The higher up you go the more you know thats not how Jesus taught us to be christians
man_711

Seattle, WA

#3 Jul 11, 2009
CIA Free wrote:
Now there's your secret right there!
Forget about that secret Elder's book that is but is not a secret and that goes off into destruction.
Every Elder or former Overseer knows very well that the Circuit Overseer has a special book full of letters directly from Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses. These letters ARE for the CO's eyes only. He doesn't even allow the Elders to see it. He simply reads from it what he wants them to know.
The book is huge! Some have become quite proficient at using it. Should that book ever fall into the wrong hands, it could be a legal nightmare for the Watchtower Society.
They would have to disavow the Circuit Overseers!
If such "a book", that has been published, exists, I will pay money for it.

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#4 Jul 11, 2009
man_711 wrote:
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If such "a book", that has been published, exists, I will pay money for it.
but you don't care to read the elders book?
columbo agnostic

West Chicago, IL

#5 Jul 11, 2009
justmesweetie wrote:
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but you don't care to read the elders book?
Will that be check or money order?
jace

Washington, DC

#6 Jul 11, 2009
man_711 wrote:
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If such "a book", that has been published, exists, I will pay money for it.
Why would you want to read information given by God's mouth pc to his duly appointed Representives in the Field.

you need to re-read this article as one of jw:

*** w58 7/15 p. 440 par. 1 Beware that You Do Not Lose Your Place!***

As pointed out in the previous article, it is important for people to find and take their proper places in the New World society of Jehovah’s witnesses without delay.

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*** w55 5/1 p. 282 Keep Your Place ***

ONE’S PLACE IN THE NEW WORLD SOCIETY

"Find your place and stay in it. Work with the New World society now and it may be that you will be able to work with the New World society after Armageddon"

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Do they show that you know your place and that you appreciate that you come to the congregation meeting place to listen and to learn?
columbo agnostic

West Chicago, IL

#7 Jul 11, 2009
jace wrote:
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Why would you want to read information given by God's mouth pc to his duly appointed Representives in the Field.
you need to re-read this article as one of jw:
*** w58 7/15 p. 440 par. 1 Beware that You Do Not Lose Your Place!***
As pointed out in the previous article, it is important for people to find and take their proper places in the New World society of Jehovah’s witnesses without delay.
2
*** w55 5/1 p. 282 Keep Your Place ***
ONE’S PLACE IN THE NEW WORLD SOCIETY
"Find your place and stay in it. Work with the New World society now and it may be that you will be able to work with the New World society after Armageddon"
3
*** w61 6/15 p. 365 par. 22 Manifesting Christian Manners ***
Do they show that you know your place and that you appreciate that you come to the congregation meeting place to listen and to learn?
Who is gods mouth piece?
man_711

Seattle, WA

#8 Jul 11, 2009
justmesweetie wrote:
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but you don't care to read the elders book?
Huh?
man_711

Seattle, WA

#9 Jul 11, 2009
jace wrote:
<quoted text>
Why would you want to read information given by God's mouth pc to his duly appointed Representives in the Field.
you need to re-read this article as one of jw:
*** w58 7/15 p. 440 par. 1 Beware that You Do Not Lose Your Place!***
As pointed out in the previous article, it is important for people to find and take their proper places in the New World society of Jehovah’s witnesses without delay.
2
*** w55 5/1 p. 282 Keep Your Place ***
ONE’S PLACE IN THE NEW WORLD SOCIETY
"Find your place and stay in it. Work with the New World society now and it may be that you will be able to work with the New World society after Armageddon"
3
*** w61 6/15 p. 365 par. 22 Manifesting Christian Manners ***
Do they show that you know your place and that you appreciate that you come to the congregation meeting place to listen and to learn?
Save you babbling for someone that cares.
UNchained

Rogersville, TN

#10 Jul 11, 2009
man_711 wrote:
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Save you babbling for someone that cares.
http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/jehovahs-...

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son of mr fenger

United States

#11 Jul 11, 2009
columbo agnostic wrote:
<quoted text>Who is gods mouth piece?
That would be the Watchtower, "no mans opinions are printed in the wt, only Gods". They say the above out of the left side of their mouth. Then at the same time out of the right side of the wts's mouth comes. " the wt is written by imperfect men and therefore not inspired and could be wrong, at times"

I am amazed: what kind of a "fuckin idiot" could fall for that line? I would really love to have one of the true JWs posting here explain that.(they are the uninspired, mouthpiece of Jehovah.) WOW!!!!!
columbo agnostic

West Chicago, IL

#12 Jul 11, 2009
justmesweetie wrote:
I always knew of the elders books but never knew what was in them but this is getting kindof scary for me. It seems like we are in a scientology like sect or something. The higher up you go the more you know thats not how Jesus taught us to be christians
Are you a jw sweetie pie?

Since: Feb 09

Kansas City, MO

#13 Jul 11, 2009
man_711 wrote:
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If such "a book", that has been published, exists, I will pay money for it.
This book is actually a very large 3-ring notebook. All the letters that they receive regarding policies and judicial matters are put in a 3-hole plastic protector and inserted in the notebook.

Once we had a really nice CO who actually seemed to care for each and every individual in the congregation. He made us feel like we were really apart of something special. One of the things he would do was to open his special book, remove a page from it and have us pass it around. He asked us to only read a particular paragraph and nothing more. He trusted us.

Had just on of us reported what he did to the branch office, he would likely have been dismissed from his assignment.

His thinking at the time was that if we saw what the Governing Body had written for us first-hand, it would be more of an incentive for us to carry it out. It was.

Of course now, looking back, it's so ridiculous.
Circuit Overseer 2013

Garden City, MI

#14 Aug 4, 2013
Not True!

C.O.s Do not have their own "special book". What they have is all the policy letters that the body of elders also receive.
That's why the C.O. can allow the elders to read them, because the elders also have them.

Granted, there are some letters sent exclusively for the traveling overseers but when it comes to judicial matters or procedures and policies the elders have the same information.

Active C.O. in Spanish circuit in N.Carolina.
NorthPeace

Camrose, Canada

#15 Aug 4, 2013
Circuit Overseer 2013 wrote:
Not True!
C.O.s Do not have their own "special book". What they have is all the policy letters that the body of elders also receive.
That's why the C.O. can allow the elders to read them, because the elders also have them.
Granted, there are some letters sent exclusively for the traveling overseers but when it comes to judicial matters or procedures and policies the elders have the same information.
Active C.O. in Spanish circuit in N.Carolina.
"Granted, there are some letters sent exclusively for the traveling overseers"
These would be the ones the poster is referring to. DUH!!!

Northpeace

“Paradise Earth”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#16 Aug 4, 2013
CIA Free wrote:
Now there's your secret right there!
Forget about that secret Elder's book that is but is not a secret and that goes off into destruction.
Every Elder or former Overseer knows very well that the Circuit Overseer has a special book full of letters directly from Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses. These letters ARE for the CO's eyes only. He doesn't even allow the Elders to see it. He simply reads from it what he wants them to know.
The book is huge! Some have become quite proficient at using it. Should that book ever fall into the wrong hands, it could be a legal nightmare for the Watchtower Society.
They would have to disavow the Circuit Overseers!
Yet Another Conspiracy Theory.

Tinfoil hat time!!!
jace

Chesapeake, OH

#17 Aug 4, 2013
man_711 wrote:
<quoted text>Save you babbling for someone that cares.
They say you ate not a jw so of isn't realize you have no actual living exp in regards to being a jw

A mere jw bystander

“Orlando, FL”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#18 Aug 4, 2013
Circuit Overseer 2013 wrote:
Not True!
C.O.s Do not have their own "special book". What they have is all the policy letters that the body of elders also receive.
That's why the C.O. can allow the elders to read them, because the elders also have them.
Granted, there are some letters sent exclusively for the traveling overseers but when it comes to judicial matters or procedures and policies the elders have the same information.
Active C.O. in Spanish circuit in N.Carolina.
The apostates don't know everything do they, brother.

Active C.O. in Florida.
art

London, UK

#19 Aug 4, 2013
What would be a revelation is the letters and correspondence, their lawyers receive.
Most lawyers are not overly concerned with the truth but are paid to serve their clients interests.

would you believe a watchtower lawyer over any other
"No".
jace

Woodbridge, VA

#20 Aug 5, 2013
NorthPeace wrote:
<quoted text>"Granted, there are some letters sent exclusively for the traveling overseers"
These would be the ones the poster is referring to. DUH!!!

Northpeace
For someone claiming to be a co you would have thought he would have known that

There are letters addressed to the traveling guys not addressed to the elders

They have co and so school a week or two before elders school

Why doesn't an active co know this???

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