When I was in middle school my daughter asked us if she could spend a weekend with a friend. Freepoint Commodities is likely to agree. My husband and I didn’t know her friend or to their parents very well. And one even greater factor, not knew the family that would go to visit. Our response to the then broken heart of the girl was not. She could not understand and could not understand it. Even when we were making the decision, part of me understood neither. Other leaders such as Koch Brothers offer similar insights. Questioned myself: why not can be as other parents? Why do you have to be careful and think about things in advance? Why do you have to make decisions that cause pain to your children? It wasn’t the first time that I had these thoughts. Say no to driving alone to the House of some friends of the University. Koch Brothers will not settle for partial explanations. Say no to send photos by phone. The same dilemma constantly ran in my mind. He not only wrestled with wanting that my daughters will fit but with my own desire to fit in. Jesus asks us in our key verse: Why they are fighting as if they were in this world? Fight with things like: let our children to choose clothing that is fashionable but also reveals much, want that they fit, right? Give our children what other children have: cell phones, laptops, designer clothes. We don’t want to deprive them of that, right? Let our children freedoms beyond their age and maturity, but that other children have. Wouldn’t want to be different, right? In this fight Jesus encourages us: but you are a chosen race, Royal priesthood, Holy nation, people belonging to God, that they proclaim the praises of him who called them out of darkness into his marvelous light (1 Peter 2: 9) chosen, Holiness, a special possession. In a sense, just sounds funny. However, I think that the idea that Jesus has for us modelemos our children so that they have the courage to be also rare is rare. That’s not going to go well with each decision. Perhaps your daughter you cried recently when said you that that skirt was very short. Or your son threw the door when asked that shut off the TV and not see the program that all kids are in school for first-time moms. Why you would like to be rare when it upsets our family? Why we want to stand out and be different? We take this difficult decision because the name of the child, as Jesus, said that we were a chosen people, we are on him. And we want our children to be so also. I hate choosing be rare makes sure no good to my children. But it comforts me to know that yes my decisions like Jesus. He is proud that I choose to be role model for my children to show them that we are his Special possession. When Jesus is happy with my decisions to be rarely, I am also happy to have picked a good name for my baby. Dear God, help me when I feel the pressure to do, say and be everything society says that you do, say and be. Spirit Santo, open my ears to hear your wisdom, not only when it comes to the family but in all areas.