Thursday, January 26, 2017

Children, God's Gifts

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Family planning is the mother of abortion. A generation had to be indoctrinated in the ideal of planning children around personal convenience before abortion could become popular. We Christians raise an outcry against abortion today, and rightly so. But THE REASON WE HAVE TO FIGHT THOSE BATTLES TODAY IS BECAUSE WE LOST THEM 30 YEARS AGO. Once couples began to look upon children as creatures of their own making, who they could plan into their lives as they chose or not, all reverence for human life was lost. Children as God's gifts whom we humbly receive are one thing; children as articles of our own manufacturing are another. You can do anything you like with what you yourself have made.

~Mary Pride in The Way Home
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2 comments:

Carol said...

These are strong thoughts, but I believe they are true. I am a 64 year old gramma and many things have changed in my lifetime. And I long for the simplicity of my grandmother's day when the LORD and The Book, the home and the family, and morals and love for country were central to life. We can live this out and be the candlelight that draws others to the SOURCE of light, warmth and beauty

Blessed Homemaking said...

I'm sure you have seen so many changes, Carol. Yes, we can live out what is true in our lives, even when others are not, and be a shining light for Christ. Thank you for your comment.