Tuesday, October 24
Wisdom is good for you. If you find it, you will have a future.—Prov. 24:14.
As parents, you want your teenage children to remain spiritually healthy. And God wants you to bring your children up “in the discipline and admonition of Jehovah.” (Eph. 6:4) So use your God-given responsibility to establish and maintain a spiritual routine. To illustrate: You insist that your children be educated because their education is important and you hope to instill in them a love for learning. Loving parents likewise insist that their children benefit from the “admonition of Jehovah” at congregation meetings and through other spiritual programs. Because divine education is vital, you try to instill in your children love for spiritual things and appreciation for wisdom. As Jesus helped his disciples, you seek to help your teenage children to succeed in the ministry by developing in them a love of teaching God’s Word and by helping them stick to a good field service routine. w15 11/15 2:6
So the text says that parents should "insist that your children be educated because their education is important and you hope to instill in them a love for learning." However, this obviously refers ONLY to "spiritual" or "divine" education here and NOT to higher education! Everybody knows that higher education is still strongly condemned & shunned. Yet another example of doublespeak by the borg!