WTBTS Lawyers Writings Or "Faithful and Discreet Slave"?

Watchtower 3/15/98 page 18, par 1
...the Witnesses are dedicated to God not to any legal agency....

Watchtower 3/15/98 page 19, par 3
...the legal corporation and "the faithful and discreet slave" are not interchangeable terms. Directors of the Watch Tower Society are elected, whereas Witnesses who make up the 'faithful slave' are anointed by Jehovah's holy spirit.

Watchtower 3/15/98 page 19, par 4
In order to avoid misunderstandings, Jehovah's Witnesses try to be careful about how they express themselves. Instead of saying, "the Society teaches," many Witnesses prefer to use the expression as, "the Bible says" or, "I understand the Bible to teach."...avoid giving the false impression that Witnesses are somehow bound to the dictates of some religious sect.

Watchtower 3/15/98 page 20, par 7
But as a free moral agent, each one has personally decided to declare the good news of God's Kingdom, to remain politically neutral, to abstain from blood,....These are not decisions forced upon them. They are decisions that fall within the framework of a way of life freely chosen by potential Witnesses before they ever take the step of Christian dedication.

Watchtower 3/15/98 page 22, par 15
If a Witness makes a decision on the basis of Bible counsel offered by the Governing Body, he does so of his own volition because his own study of the Bible has convinced him that this is the proper course.

Watchtower 3/15/98 page 23, par 19
Do not the facts make clear that Jehovah's Witnesses are servants of God, not slaves of men?  ....The evidences of this should erase any uncertainty about the source of their strength.