When the children of Israel labored under the whips of their Egyptian taskmasters, Pharaoh was faced with a serious problem. Four hundred years previously, when Jacob and his sons and their families entered Egypt for refuge from the great famine, they had only numbered about 40 people (Genesis 46:26). Now they had multiplied to 600,000 men, plus women and children (Exodus 12:37). They actually outnumbered their oppressors and showed no signs of slowing down. The only hope Pharaoh had was to keep the people so burdened under their work that they couldn’t get the chance to revolt, and to kill all the male babies born to the Israelites in hopes of reducing the amazing Hebrew birth rates.
Thanks to the faithful midwives, Shiphrah and Puah, Pharaoh’s murderous plan failed. Yahweh God blessed the midwives with families of their own as a result of their resistance, and the Israelites continued to proliferate under the noses of their alarmed captors (Exodus 1:20-21).
The enemies of God and of Israel have recognized the tendency of the Israelites toward rapid propagation, and have worked hard, especially in recent decades, to head it off. Holding the scare stories of overpopulation over our heads, offering free contraceptives, encouraging women to seek careers rather than motherhood, and encouraging the use of government-funded infanticide facilities have all been prevalent tactics. Yet despite it all, a myriad of Christian families are raising large families while the minorities and unsaved latch onto the lies and “services” offered by the State. Their plan is backfiring. Christians are increasing their fecundity, while minorities and people of the world succumb to the plot. They found reason to remove the popular TV program, “19 Kids and Counting” from the air as its popularity grew, they gradually promote the sick concept that a child isn’t human until months after birth, they encourage the self-centeredness in adults who see children as a curse rather than a gift, and they advocate eugenics programs such as sterilization. Like Pharaoh, they desperately seek to undermine the indelible blessing which God placed on the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, only to see their efforts blown back in their faces.
These enemies of the Kingdom understand that children are a powerful weapon in the war for dominion. “Lo, children are an heritage of Yahweh,” the Psalmist wrote, “and the fruit of the womb is His reward. As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of the youth. Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them: they shall not be ashamed, but they shall speak with the enemies in the gate.” (Psalms 127:3-5) David makes it clear: Children are weapons. Raised into mighty men and women for God, children are a terror to the enemies of Christ and a benefit for the cause of righteousness, the cause of Christian dominion over the world and those who would destroy it.
This makes women especially important in the war for dominion, because without godly women to produce new recruits for the heavenly army, the battle is without soldiers. The world teaches women to scorn the idea of “making babies” and encourages them to abandon their natural functions in favor of careers, but Scripture makes clear that a childbearing wife and her offspring are a blessing to a godly man (Psalm 128). Barrenness, considered by many today to be a stroke of luck, was considered nothing short of a curse in Biblical times (see Sarah, Rachel, and Hannah for examples). An Israelite woman gloried in her ability to bring forth new Israelites, taking an active role in the Divine promise to her ancestors. She recognized the part she could play in the dominion mandate as a mother.
God has been known to send barrenness as punishment on those who violated His holy will. For example, the women of Abimelech’s household fell barren when he unknowingly commandeered an already-married Sarah to be his wife (Genesis 20:18). The inability to reproduce is equivalent to a death knell to a man’s line. If he can’t produce children, his branch is withered and doomed to fall off. A fertile woman is essential to the perpetuation of a family. Her role is that of life-giver and sustainer of a new generation. Far from degrading, as modern liberal philosophy would tell us, this is among the most important and honorable roles in the world. Mothers, it is on you that our future rests. Those who would hinder and even halt human reproduction will one day find themselves helpless before the judgment of an angry God.
Today especially, the push for the elimination of white people has led to a drastic decline in their births and an uptick in their deaths. The white genocide projects in South Africa, the surge in black-on-white violence in North America, and the tsunami of bloodthirsty Muslim “refugees” in Europe pose a serious threat to white Israelites. We have a choice: To either assist their plot in having few or no children, or push back in producing children at a rate which at the very least slows the progress of our enemies. Women play a critical role in this resistance. It is by them that children come into the world, and thus by them that our fight for survival as a race hinges. May God bless the wombs of white Christian mothers everywhere!
The importance for women to embrace their part in the dominion fight is no less critical today. While our enemies swarm on all sides, seeking to demonize, shame, and oppress us, we need to continue to proliferate. This terrifies them, just as it terrified Pharaoh. They know if Christian Israelites were to ever wake up and remember their part in God’s plan, the empire of the antichrist would collapse overnight. This is why we must raise as many godly men and women as we possibly can. While the enemy murders their young and fills with lies the heads of those whom they let live, we must do our utmost to gain ground against their feeble numbers. We can accomplish this by actively adding offspring to the army of Christ. We have the advantage in that we hold God’s promise of prolific reproduction. His enemies do not, and they know it. They are afraid of us. All we have to do is wake up, take heart, and act.