American Posterity

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“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” – The Preamble to the United States Constitution

In a previous post, “What Is American?,” I wrote about American values. There is a remnant of Americans living in the United States today, the Posterity the Founding Fathers were talking about. I don’t know how many we are, but I know God has done amazing things with small numbers of people. Jesus Christ started with 12. Gideon and his 300 took Midian with the help of the Lord. – Judges 7

God is on our side. If we speak up and share our values, if we stand up and fight, we can hold our land.

But it’s not only today that matters; our American future matters even more. I want my posterity to have the freedom to live their lives like I had the freedom to live mine. I want my sons and daughters to live in a world where they can freely worship Jesus Christ, where they can speak truth in public. I want an American future where political leaders affirm Christian morals and values.

For that to happen, we need like-minded Americans to produce American posterity. We need Americans to have more children and raise them to love God and American values. I’m raising a few of my own, but we need more. The more American posterity, the merrier.

One of my favorite verses is from Psalm 127, “Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth.”

Our time on earth is limited. We can make a mark on our day in our time, but the future is beyond our grasp. Our children, Lord willing, will have a lot more time after we’re gone. Our children are like arrows that we can shoot into that American future. If we have raised them well, they will hit their marks and make us proud.

To all my fellow Americans and Men of the West, we must fight in the present and also plan for tomorrow. Get married, have babies. Teach them what it means to be an American and a Man of the West. If you already have babies, have a couple more. If you can’t have more, adopt a couple. If you have grand babies, make it a point to teach them your values and remind your adult children why your culture and heritage is important.

If you think you can’t afford children, just know that no one can afford it. When you have kids, your priorities change and it becomes easier and easier to afford them.

If you think you don’t want children, just know that there isn’t much better joy in life than looking into the eyes of your laughing baby child. Children are a blessing. The love God puts in our hearts for our children is a symbol of the love He has for us. And it’s an amazing love.

One of my favorite movies is Raising Arizona. If you don’t know anything about the movie, go find it and watch it right now. Don’t read anything about it. Don’t research the plot. Just find a copy and watch it. You’ll love it.

The final scene is very special. I watch the movie pretty often, and I watch the final scene even more. If you don’t want a spoiler, then come back after you’ve watched the movie.

My prayer for myself and for all American and Men of the West families is that we sit at a table like this and look out on our posterity. My prayer is for children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren to fill our homes during the holidays. My prayer is that we pass on our values to tens, hundreds, thousands of posterity.

Remember, “The future belongs to those who show up for it.” – Vox Day

American son of the Appalachian mountains. Happily married father of several and devoted man of God. Hold fast.

5 Comments

  1. I concur. The idea of “waiting to have babies until you can afford them” is a total lie. I honestly believe that line is probably somehow birthed (excuse the pun) in hell. Like all of satan’s other schemes, though, it can be wielded by the Holy Spirit to bring about a glorious result. If the sons of the The Almighty see it for what it is, we can “out-breed” the servants of the enemy.
    But of course it must be untrue, for it runs counter to the Holy Scripture.
    I’ve got three daughters (6 thru 14) and at least the two older ones seem more interested in Christian redneck boys, though I guess I’ll need to wait to see how that turns. My son is 10, so girls are still gross there–but he is turning out as a good young man thus far.

    • Amen. It’s not like God said, “Be fruitful and multiply … when you can afford it and have a good job and a nice house.”

  2. You’re preaching to the choir here.

    If we are to have a posterity, then women are going to have to participate in its creation and furtherance, and they don’t want to. Most women today have little to no interest in creating families until they reach 35 or so and by then it’s too late.

    Most women don’t want most men today, not for dating or marriage. The people who need to read this will never read it.

    • thedeti:

      Several years ago, I saw a young man floundering with women. I took him under my wing and taught him some elements of Game. Then I introduced him to my friends, most of whom are successful, married, Christian men who’ve sired children and whose wives are in loving submission to them. They gave him more advice and a practical model to emulate. Today that young man is engaged to be married, and he intends to start a family.

      What are you doing?

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