Parable Of The Discerning Man, Illustrating America's Folly In Using Contraceptives And Abortion

Parable Of The Discerning Man, Illustrating America's Folly In Using Contraceptives And Abortion

The author by means of the ancient and universal mode of the parable gives instruction as to how the practice of contraceptives and abortion are not only contrary to nature, but to the spiritual truths that are illustrated by obedience to the laws of Yehovah (Ye-Ho-Vah is the ancient and eternal name of God) as pertaining to marriage.

fieldsParable Of The Discerning Man, Illustrating America’s Folly In Using Contraceptives And Abortion

A discerning man left his home and visited a foreign place. It was the spring of the year and he noted that the dark rich moist soil of various fields had been cultivated and men went forth to sow their seed. The discerning man’s heart rejoiced in the hope of the crop that by Yehovah’s blessing would come forth to the sowers. Words of praise and thankfulness to Yehovah were upon his lips because he realized that Yehovah is the one who gives seed to the sower, and although man may plant and water, it is ultimately Yehovah who gives the increase. Naturally the farmer would seek increase, for this is his purpose. It is also the purpose of the field, and of the seed.

askThen, almost beyond imagination farmers seeking to destroy the seed were seen covering the entire breadth of their fields with poison. The discerning man watched in amazement and thought, “Dear God, they have lost their minds. Who would poison the very field he just planted? Would it not have been better to have left the seed in its sack then to have sown it into the fertile field, and then gone through the effort of destroying it?” The discerning man lingered in this foreign land and watched this same process happen repeatedly in many fields. He watched men sow seed into fields that he knew did not belong to them. They were other men’s fields. They also sought to poison their seed. “My, what a peculiar people,” the discerning man thought. Fall came. As the crops matured and harvest was necessary he watched as men burned their fields until they were but charred stubble… “These people are insane”, the discerning man thought.

burning fieldsYou American man are the farmer. The seed, is the seed of your own body. The field is the body of your wife. The poison is whatever contraceptive you have used. The field not belonging to you is the wife of your neighbor, or the woman you ravished outside of the marriage covenant. The fire is the destruction of abortion fueled by the wind of popular opinion. The charred stubbled field is the negative and unbelieving testimony that these practices illustrate. The discerning man, is a people filled with an understanding and devotion to Yehovah’s word and purpose who recognize the madness of this generation. A question must be asked, what is the difference of outcome from the poisoning of the seed, or the burning of the field, since neither practice produces a crop? I tell you in the name of Him who is high and holy, in the name of His Son who has been appointed ruler over the nations of this earth, that, as surely as the seed sown leads to a crop harvested, so the destruction of the seed of man though contraceptives is the spirit that leads to the murdering of the preborn and the new born (abortion). Contraceptives are the spirit of abortion.

Oh, that we might turn from our unbelief and wickedness and be a people prepared for the visitation of the Holy One. For Yehovah would surely visit us with the promise of that last day out pouring of His presence, but our ways are offensive to Him.

An American Watchman,

Gregory A. DeHart

Consider:

Gen. 1:22, Gen 3:16, Gen. 9:1&7, Mal. 2:15, 1 Cor. 3:6-7. 2 Cor. 6:16-18, 2 Cor. 9:10, Ps. 127:3-5, John 1:23, Solomon’s Song, Pro. 22:6, Deut. 6:7

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