Americans should treasure, not restrict fertility
April 9, 2013 at 7:02 p.m.
Updated April 8, 2013 at 11:09 p.m.
Editor, the Advocate:
Our fertility is a great gift from God. He allows us to share in the creation of children. Babies are a wonderful gift, but not according to the culture of death world. it promotes birth control to destroy fertility. So the questions for married couples are these: Are you allowing God or the birth control pill to be in charge of your life? Do you see your fertility as a gift or as a curse? Are children a blessing or a curse?
If your answer is that there can be too much of a good thing, then you do not know your own body and how it works. A woman can only get pregnant approximately three days out of the month, the fertility period. If a couple has reason for avoiding a pregnancy, then do so the natural way. There are natural family planning centers, called Fertility Care Centers, in all the major cities in Texas. They teach the most effective means of fertility control. According to the Fertility Care Centers website, their success rate in helping women avoid a pregnancy is near 99 percent, much more effective than the pill. Their success rate in helping women to get pregnant is around 75 percent. Fertility care helps couples bond even closer together, is low cost and has only good side effects.
On the other hand, contraceptives can cause all kinds of physical, medical and spiritual problems including blindness, heart attacks and death. It also causes abortion and destroys the total union between the husband and wife. Contraceptives are intrinsically evil and lead to infidelity, heartache and divorce.
If you really love your partner, you will make a total commitment in front of friends and before God. Making daily sacrifices for each other, sharing mutual joy and walking hand-in-hand for life is the best thing you can do with and for your spouse - the best friend you will ever have. And pray that God will bless you with children.
They will be your greatest joy and your true wealth.
Wm. Paul Tasin, Victoria