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.
Hardly will you be given the advantages to a large family; but what cannot be denied is simply this: Large families are the cornerstone of Christian civilisation, it provides the scale for traditions and morality to propagate and it creates the means for the welfare of families and all their descendants.
Large families raised in a proper household in which the father is the head, provider and unquestioned authority, the mother is the nurturer, carer and glue – children raised in Christian instruction can grow up with influences and moral guidance which produces immense drive for duty and family life.
Traditions established by a respected father and loved mother might live for multiple generations through their children; the power parents wield over the future is immense; making the state of today’s families to be such a tragedy. Be it prayer before dinner, helping eachother with homework, spending time together between work and school – wholesome traditions stand the test of time.
Children growing up with large numbers of siblings will later in life provide the ultimate safety net; No government or charity could compare with the financial, emotional and physical support provided by 8-12 siblings. A man finding himself out of work can rest far easier knowing he may have half a dozen brothers to help him find new employment, a meal or shelter.
The girls and women of the family might find emotional and social comfort in eachother; in this new age of debauchery – girls raised in the old ways will be bullied and ostricised by the ordinary women (whores) that live around them. Their friends and companions often will then need to be their sisters, daughters and mothers. Larger families thus means more emotional and social support for our girls: To raise any less than three girls in the old ways and releasing them into the world would be a tragedy: the loneliness and ostricism that would befall them would cause trouble in ways we can only imagine.
Conclusively; to the Christian folk out there – do not pass off having large families because you want to fulfill your own indulgence: think of the wellbeing of your children, in large quantity they will be powerful and well – raised in the proper blood-ties and traditions established by you and your wife: Your descendants will conquer the world.