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God's Viewpoint on Having Babies
God's Viewpoint on Having Babies


Product Code: BABIES


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A challenge every sincere Christian faces is making sure he is thinking Biblically and not culturally. The mind of twenty-first century man has become confused in lots of ways and one of those is the way we think about children. Many people think that when money is coming in that God is blessing them. But they think of children as a liability and responsibility and perhaps even a distraction or a nuisance.

God’s viewpoint is totally different. God views a baby as a heritage, a reward, a blessing and a weapon for spiritual warfare. The Bible is full of the concept that children are God’s greatest blessing to a couple.

In Deuteronomy 28 God says you’ll know you’re blessed when you’re fertile in your family, in your field and in your flocks.

This DVD gives many specific illustrations of the blessing large families have been in history and in the Bible.

Running time: 59 minutes

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5 of 5 Great to give to others. March 5, 2024
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Idaho, USA  
When a baby is expected in the household, it is fun to have these to give out. We have given them to people with unsolicited opinions, those sharing in our joy, to ladies at the OB/midwife office. They are also a joy to give to newly expectant parents. If you are blessed enough to need a full size van to carry your crew they are handy for the shocked strangers who ask if they are all yours.

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5 of 5 Wonderful Message April 10, 2021
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Riverside, OH United States  
These messages have been so encouraging!

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