Christians are not ever meant to limit the size of their families.

Applying the “tree of the knowledge of good and evil” to our lives, it means that we make our own decisions about what is good and what is evil without any real reference to what God has to say about it. In this sense, we have become our own god. We have knowledge about what God says about certain things, such as being fruitful and multiplying, but in the end, all that really matters is what we judge as right and wrong. We listen to the humanists about conserving our natural resources rather than listening to God who looks for the godly seed to fill the earth.

The recent “Christian” article wrote, “We are not in Eden now” meaning that it’s okay to apply situational ethics to this subject. Obviously, if situational ethics was the truth, the children of Israel should not have been multiplying during slavery in Egypt. But, Exodus 12:12 says, “The more they afflicted them, the more they multiplied and grew.”

Exodus 1:7 says, “The children of Israel were fruitful, and increased abundantly, and multiplied, and waxed exceeding mighty; and the land was FILLED with them.” The situational ethics Christians of this day would most likely have sided with Pharaoh.

There is always room and need for more and more of the godly seed, as opposed to the ungodly.

Be encouraged. God will provide. Colin

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