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Children/parents in the new world

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I've thought of this some time ago, yet it's the first time posting it. What am I talking about? This:

In the new world, children will never have to go through the agony of childhood diseases, with the accompanying fever, and parents staying up all night.

In the new world, parents will never have to "screen" their childrens associates, because everyone will be good association. 

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If your kids wonder off, you won't be afraid for their safety, you'll know for sure they'll be fine. No wild animals will harm them, or anything like that.

No parents will be abusing their children, whether intentional or not. All children will grow up feeling completely safe in their own homes.

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You won’t have to worry about WHAT school the go to, who their teachers are, the friends they make and the amount of time they spend in the education institute compared to time in spiritual matters.  They way they are pushed if they show any signs of potential. 


No spilt parent custody battles, no unbelieving biological parent issues. With no fear of what entertainment they might stumble upon or be introduced too, through unbelieving relatives or school friends. 

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To have the blessing of all children born into a new world having BOTH loving and supportive parents as they're reared in a nurturing home -- the way Jehovah originally meant it to be.  And to never have children be afraid of the "boogey man" or seeing a monster under their bed at night or when it thunders with lightning. 


And most of all, there'll be no more nightmares that would prompt them to run into their parents bedroom as they sandwich themselves in between Mommy and Daddy -- All. The. Time.


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Probably young children will still need the loving reminders to take care of normal household concerns as they grow up.


Less negative peer pressure to be centered on self.


"there was Jehovah’s word for him, and it went on to say to him: “What is your business here, E·lijah?" To this (Elijah) he said: “I have been absolutely jealous for Jehovah the God of armies"- 1 Kings 19:9, 10 Reference Bible

Ecclesiastes 7:21 "..., do not give your heart to all the words that people may speak," - Reference Bible

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