Tuesday, July 24, 2012

HOMEBIRTH/NATURAL BIRTH: Proper Purity Before Marriage

Homebirth/Natural birth
-girdeth her loins with strength

This is a Proverb's 31 series post

In our day of equal rights for the "perverted," man has forgotten the reason behind Christ's death on the cross and true purity of heart, mind and body.

Before a woman even "thinks" about getting married, especially if she claims Christ as her savior, she really needs to ensure that her marriage is built on the foundation of purity in mind and body.  This ensures that the children she brings into the world are not put under the pressure of living in a socially dangerous or untrustworthy environment.  Such unnatural conditions can cause great psychological damage and twisting to children to that they actually "feel" like dying rather than living.  For example, divorce and remarriage causes strain and pressure on the child to "choose" which parent he or she can trust.  When the parents themselves don't ultimately trust God's written word as the ultimate foundation, the results, though "cured" temporarily by man or distorted religious practices, are results of generational curse upon the lives of those that follow behind.

How can a woman who has never been kissed, begin her journey towards building a pure relationship with a future spouse in such an impure world where dating and divorce are commonplace and accepted as "the only" way to find your match?

She can begin by considering HOW god created her.

She should consider the scientifically and mathematically proven truths about her body that even an imbecile or savage person can discern, including the following:
1. She is more than likely capable of having children 1 per year on a consecutive and perpetual basis.  Some women are infact infertile but more than likely the first is true.
2. Every touch can cause her to be sexually stimulated, even a gentle touch by a man on one's forearm or EVEN toes or ears.
3. She is capable of birthing unassisted and without medical assistance or assistance by man.  An unlearned woman can accomplish unassisted birthing and easier childbirth much easier than those who have high degrees of knowledge.
4. Separation between mother and child can cause great stress, anxiety and animosity in society and between family members.

Considering those facts, she should be prepared with a few questions to ask a future and potential spouse.  That spouse should answer a clear resounding "yes" to the answers or he is not the BEST man for that woman:
1. Are you willing to have [(age of predicted menopause)-(age of woman) = Total number of ] potential children?  For example: 40 (age of menopause)- 20 (age of marriage) = 20 potential children.

2. Are you willing to provide home, clothing and food so that I have no need to work away from home? based on biblical Titus 2 commentary

3. Are you willing to allow me to home school potential children? based on Christ's words:

"
36 Verily I say unto you, All these things shall come upon this generation.
37 O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not!
38 Behold, your house is left unto you desolate."

Those  are a few of the following things to consider.  Of course there are more.  But another vital clue to ensure a pure and good relationship is established with a pure man is to ask and trust in a woman's natural father and/or brother's protection.  It is guaranteed that a woman who listens carefully to the good or bad qualities in a man can discern properly in account of her natural father and/or brother's opinion  of a man who seeks to court the maiden of the household.


The previous conditions to ensure purity in relationship for a woman will NEVER change as long as man dwells on the earth.  Social conditions change but the design of God's plan will NEVER change.  The BEST relationship is established in the light and presence of others and in the light and presence of God.


Further thing to consider is if a woman has fallen from purity, God can and will forgive, but she must be aware that consequences do and will follow. 



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