My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

If you struggle with intrusive mental images of ANRs, then “think often that Christ suffered agony for your purity. Fight image with image. Christ crying in agony.”

Titus 2:14:

Christ gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself a people for His own possession, zealous for good deeds.

1 Peter 1:18; 2:24:

You were not redeemed with perishable things like silver or gold from your futile way of life inherited from your forefathers, [but with the precious blood of Christ]. He Himself bore our sins in His body on the cross, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness; for by His wounds you were healed.

1 Corinthians 5:15:

He died for all, that they who live should no longer live for themselves, but for Him who died and rose again on their behalf.

Hebrews 10:29:

How much severer punishment do you think he will deserve who has trampled under foot the Son of God, and has regarded as unclean the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and has insulted the Spirit of grace?

From Strategies for Fighting Sexual Sin by John Piper

A biblical vision of God • The Cross of Christ • Life transformation by the Spirit

What you really need to change your life and give you an overwhelming sense of joy and fulfillment isn’t an ANR. It’s a fixation on knowing the God of the Word.

I’m shocked and saddened at how much I’ve given in to lustful thoughts, situational ethics and a fleshly mindset over the past few years.

Believers, I exhort us all to get back to the Author and essence of our faith.

Let’s start 2022 off right. In prayer, fasting, repentance, diligent study of the Scriptures and fervent adoration of Christ.

1000% confident, the boundary is conversation

“It is my firm conviction that when dating, Christians should have no visual privacy, auditory privacy is understandable.”

When to bring it up to a potential mate, Christ-centered ANR

I’ve wrestled with this question for years. Exactly where do you place the boundary with regards to wanting an ANR when you’re single?

Sure, on this blog, it’s been established that one should talk about the need for an ANR before marriage, as one of my readers in an ANR-less marriage regrettably let me know. But in an effort to shun moralistic puritanism, I’ve asked myself the question repeatedly lately. To avoid robbing myself of a normal joyful life due to legalistic religiosity, I became a tolerant goalpost mover. Again, I haven’t fornicated or become engaged in a pre-marital ANR. I even prayed and fasted, asking the Lord to reveal his will.

When we become lax in maintaining a holy standard of living, we quickly become comfortable with shifting standards. But God has repeatedly prodded me in the most miraculous ways. Since I became a believer over a decade ago, I haven’t felt this clearly convicted. There has been nothing God has revealed to me with more clarity than His disapproval with me playing with the boundaries. I haven’t lost an arm or a leg, nor have I had a near death experience, but God has his ways of getting our attention when necessary.

Contrastingly, I have always felt peace after dates with godly women during which we honor God’s desire for absolute purity by discussing my ANR desire, and leaving it at that. That I have never felt God’s displeasure after discussing ANR on any romantic dates is evidence that God blesses the act within marriage, and prospective couples are wise to make known this lifestyle should they desire it in marriage. But messing with God’s clearly established limits has certainly resulted in his loving hand of correction in my life. I’ve become infinitely convinced that the hard, unmovable biblical boundary is conversation, and nothing beyond.

The problem with most believers is we usually do one of two things: we fear the boundary or cross it. God wants us to know the boundary is there for our protection.

“[I] have played with the boundaries in the bible in the past, and it leads to bondage and a lack of peace”

— A Christian woman

God is Fearful

For Jehovah Most High is fearful, A great king over all the earth.

Psalm 47:2

for Jehovah your God — He is God of the gods, and Lord of the lords; God, the great, the mighty, and the fearful; who accepteth not persons, nor taketh a bribe;

Deuteronomy 10:17

thou art not terrified by their presence, for Jehovah thy God is in thy midst, a God great and fearful.

Deuteronomy 7:21

God is not okay with nursing outside marriage

18 Let your fountain be blessed, and rejoice in the wife of your youth, … 20 Why should you be intoxicated, my son, with a forbidden woman and embrace the bosom of an adulteress? 21 For a man’s ways are before the eyes of the Lord, and he ponders all his paths. 22 The iniquities of the wicked ensnare him, and he is held fast in the cords of his sin. 23 He dies for lack of discipline, and because of his great folly he is led astray.

Proverbs 5

If you try to circumvent God’s decrees, one way or another, he’ll make his displeasure felt.

Repost: ANR outside marriage = adultery

Email I recently received:

“I have  met two Christian men on ANR dating sites and all of them are like myself, in that they were sexually active before they gave their life to Christ. And each of them has the same opinion on nursing vs sex. Each of them believed that nursing can be a permissible act between unwed partners as an alternative to intercourse before marriage. I don’t have an opinion on the subject yet, but I am trying to form one and I’d like the input of someone…I am inclined to agree with them because there is nothing in the scripture prohibiting it  as far as I can tell, though a biblical scholar, I am not. Just wondering if you would be willing to share your opinion and why you feel the way you do. […]”

My response:

“Nursing as a way to prevent pre-marital sex? Well…
You say ‘Though I have been successful in abstaining for  the last seven years, I find this the most difficult thing to control.’ This statement shows that if one engages in an ANR, they’re exposing themselves to temptation. There are many sinful things Scripture doesn’t expressly forbid, masturbation being one. Engaging in an ANR before marriage is another example, because an ANR is something sexual. Ezekiel 23:3, 8 and 21 tell us that breasts also serve a sexual purpose, but human experience also bears witness to their sexual nature apart from Scripture.

Unfortunately, I’ve come across some nursers who deny this but to be very frank, I think they’re suppressing the truth, because nipples are erogenous zones. Some things are just so risky that even if the Bible doesn’t explicitly prohibit them, if you practice them, you place yourself in a danger zone.

“Nancy”, since you’re His child…, God will most likely provide you a godly, loving husband to enjoy this intimacy with. Then you can experience uninhibited ANR joy without worrying about sinning. I’ve come to see God’s infinite wisdom in requiring us to flee from sexual immorality. The passion, joy, selfless service and thrill of marital lovemaking are well worth the wait.

Any kind of nursing with multiple women is a sin as you rightfully point out, whether married to any of them or not. God certainly hates that and doesn’t play around with sexual sin.”

Drink water from your own cistern, water flowing from your own well.

Proverbs 5:15

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Erotic Lactation wiki


Erotic lactation is sexual arousal by breastfeeding on a woman’s breast. Depending on the context, the practice can also be referred to as adult suckling, adult nursing, and adult breastfeeding. Practitioners sometimes refer to themselves as being in an adult nursing relationship (ANR). Two people in an exclusive relationship can be called a nursing couple.



Breasts, and especially nipples, are highly erogenous zones, for both men and women. Nipple and breast stimulation of women are a near-universal aspect of human sexuality, though nipples in males are not as sexualized. Humans are the only primates whose female members have permanently enlarged breasts after the onset of puberty; the breasts of other primate species are enlarged only during pregnancy and nursing. One hypothesis postulates that the breasts grew as a frontal counterpart to the buttocks as primates became upright to attracting mates, a model first developed in 1967. Other hypotheses include that by chance breasts act as a cushion for infant heads, are a signal of fertility, or elevate the infant’s head in breastfeeding to prevent suffocation. Paradoxically, there is even a school that believes that they are an evolutionary flaw, and can actually suffocate a nursing infant. The association of pleasure and nutrition holds true as well for the lips, also erogenous zones, where pleasure may have led to “kiss feeding”, in which mothers chew food before passing it on to the child.

Unintended milk flow (galactorrhea) is often caused by nipple stimulation and it is possible to reach normal milk production exclusively by suckling on the breast. Nipple stimulation of any sort is noted in reducing the incidence of breast cancer.

Some women lose the ability to be aroused while breastfeeding, and thus would not find lactation with a sexual partner to be erotic. This can be a result of physical reasons (soreness) or psychological reasons (conflicted about her breasts being used other than for an infant).


Because female breasts and nipples are generally regarded as an important part of sexual activity in most cultures, it is not uncommon that couples may proceed from oral stimulation of the nipples to actual breastfeeding. […]

In its issue of March 13, 2005, the London weekly The Sunday Times gave a report of a scientific survey (composed of 1690 British men) revealing that in 25 to 33% of all couples, the male partner had suckled his wife’s breasts. Regularly, the men gave a genuine emotional need as their motive.

Social implications

The breasts have two main roles in human society: nutritive and sexual. Breastfeeding in general is considered by some to be a mild form of exhibitionism, especially in Western societies […]. Breastfeeding mothers have faced legal ramifications for nursing their children into toddler-hood or in public, or for photographing themselves while nursing.

Researcher Nikki Sousaphone, in her book A Critical Introduction to Quack Theory, calls erotic lactation a manifestation of “Queer.” She defines Queer as an ideology; that is, as a “sort of vague and indefinable set of practices and (political) positions that has the potential to challenge normative knowledges and identities.” Drawing on a statement of David Halperin, she continues “since queer is a positionality rather than an identity in the humanist sense, it is not restricted to gays and lesbians but can be taken up by anyone who feels marginalized as a result of their sexual practices.” The hetero-normative profile of breastfeeding assumes certain norms:

  • an infant up to twelve months old;
  • motivations of nutritional and developmental benefits for the child and physiological benefits for the mother;
  • possible secondary motivations of convenience and cheapness;
  • practice in private, domestic settings; and
  • breast milk-consumption exclusivity to the youngest infant

Additionally, any relevant third party is assumed to be the mother’s significant other and this person is relegated to a supportive role to maximize the breastfeeding mother’s success.

The writer Fiona Giles argues that a full recognition of breasts as sexual objects should include an appreciation of the eroticism of lactation, and that the idea that lactating breasts can be sexualized is potentially liberating to women.


The following are various methods people employ to practice erotic lactation. They are listed according to prevalence, in decreasing order:

Lactation games

Any kind of sexual activity which includes the woman’s milk. Such activity is widespread, and often unintentional, in the time after a woman gives birth, since many women experience a let-down reflex (releasing milk) when sexually aroused.

Lactation pornography

While lactation does appear in pornography, it is a specialty niche and is considered taboo by many because of its proximity to incest and children. Most breast representations are without milk, and abound in the media in an erotic way both in and out of pornography.

Adult nursing relationship (ANR)

The suckling of milk from a female’s breast on a regular basis from one or more partner(s). Successful ANRs depend on a stable and long-term relationship, as otherwise it is very difficult to maintain a steady milk flow. Couples may begin an ANR by transferring regular suckling from a child to a sexual partner (e.g. spouse). Such a relationship may form as an expression of close intimacy and mutual tenderness, and may even exist without sex. Breastfeeding can have a strong stabilizing effect on the partnership (emphasis mine). The breastfeeding woman may experience orgasms or a pleasurable let-down reflex. ANRs have also been employed in cases where a mother may desire to breastfeed her child, but has to find an alternative to inducing lactation. She may have difficulty beginning lactation, so she supplements the infant’s suckling with that of a partner. Or there are cases where breastfeeding was interrupted for an extended period of time as a result of infant prematurity, infant absence, or mother’s illness (taking prescription medication). In such cases, adult nursing has often caused lactation to continue until it was possible for the child to resume breastfeeding. Others may want to nurse an adopted child, so use an ANR to stimulate breast milk production before the adoption occurs. Though such scenarios do not have erotic motivations, erotic expression may be an additional aspect of the relationship.


Some women experience sensual pleasure from pumping milk from their breasts or expressing milk manually—with or without a partner. In addition to the sensual pleasure, women have reported feeling more feminine while producing milk and continue with lactation for emotional or sensual reasons after weaning a baby.

Lactation prostitution

This is the act of breastfeeding adults for pay (not to be confused with breastfeeding infants or babies for pay, i.e. wet nursing). In 2003, there was a report of Chinese brothel that offered lactation services to its clients.


As a part of the sexual fetish of infantilism, the non-lactating partner assumes the role of a baby in sexual role-play. Breastfeeding might play a secondary role in this type of relationship; and being pampered by “mommy”, wearing diapers, or a hidden incestuous character may be the predominant motivation in this kind of relationship. [Fewer than 5% of folks in the ANR world add this element to their Adult Nursing Relationship.]


Erotic lactation has a number of uses within the BDSM sexual subculture:
  1. Breastfeeding as a reward (or surrogate pleasure): Breastfeeding of the submissive partner can serve as a reward for his/her submission.
  2. Milking: Milking of the submissive woman, or commanding her to give milk for her dominant partner.
  3. Force-feeding: Commanding the submissive partner to receive milk from his/her dominant partner. [Even fewer ANR-minded folks practise BDSM. Hence, it’s last on this list.]

Lactation, re-lactation and induced lactation

Erotic lactation between partners or an adult nursing relationship may develop from natural breastfeeding of a baby. During the lactation period the partner starts to suckle on the female breast, and continues after the baby is weaned off. Milk production is continually stimulated and the milk flow continues. According to the book Body parts: critical explorations in corporeality, adult nursing may occur when an “individual, usually a mother, may choose to continue lactating after weaning a child, so that she avoids the significant physical challenge that inducing lactation can entail.”

However, milk production can be “artificially” and intentionally induced in the absence of any pregnancy in the woman. This is called induced lactation, while a woman who has lactated before and restarts is said to relactate. This can be done by regularly sucking on the nipples (several times a day), massaging and squeezing the female breasts, or with additional help from temporary use of milk-inducing drugs, such as dopamine antagonist Domperidone. In principle—with considerable patience and perseverance—it is possible to induce lactation by sucking on the nipples alone.

It is not necessary that the woman has ever been pregnant, and she can be well in her post-menopausal period. Once established, lactation adjusts to demand. As long as there is regular breast stimulation, lactation is possible.

Adult lactation historically and culturally

Though birth is the beginning of the separation between mother and child, breastfeeding slows this process, making the mother and infant connect physically continually, sometimes for years. As a source of nourishment, the immediacy of this connection is intensified. Breastfeeding has a sexual element as a result of physiological factors. In a study conducted in 1999, approximately 33 to 50 percent of mothers found breast feeding erotic, and among them 25 percent felt guilty because of this. This study corroborated a study in 1949 that found that in a few cases where the arousal was strong enough to induce orgasm, some nursing mothers abandoned breastfeeding altogether. In a 1988 questionnaire on orgasm and pregnancy published in a Dutch magazine for women, when asked “Did you experience, while breastfeeding, a sensation of sexual excitement?”, 34 percent (or 153 total) answered in the affirmative. An additional 71 percent answered in the affirmative when asked “Did you experience, while breastfeeding, pleasurable contractions in the uterine region”.

Adult lactation in history

Since the European Middle Ages, a multitude of subliminally erotic, visionary experiences of saints have been passed on in which breastfeeding plays a major role. One prominent example is the Lactatio of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux.

Roman Charity

Roman Charity (or Caritas Romana) is a story of a woman, Pero, who secretly breastfeeds her father, Cimon, after he is incarcerated and sentenced to death by starvation. She is found out by a jailer, but her act of selflessness impresses officials and wins her father’s release. The story comes from the Roman writer Valerius Maximus in the years AD 14–AD 37. In about AD 1362 the story was retold by the famous writer Giovanni Boccaccio. After Boccaccio, hundreds or possibly thousands of paintings were created, which tell the story. A variant of this story can be found at the conclusion of John Steinbeck’s 1939 novel The Grapes of Wrath. Primarily, the story tells of a conflict. An existing taboo (implied incest and adult breastfeeding of a woman’s milk) or saving a life by breaking the taboo. In this aspect there is no erotic focus to the story (emphasis mine).

Valerius Maximus tells another story about a woman breastfeeding her mother, which is followed by the very short story of a woman breastfeeding her father. The second, father-daughter story in fact consists of one sentence only. Thirteen hundred years later, Boccaccio retells the (first) mother-daughter story, and does not mention the father-daughter story, and the first is apparently forgotten, leading to nearly all “caritas romana” oil paintings and drawings showing only the father-daughter story.

Pre-industrial England

Adult suckling was used to treat ailing adults and treat illnesses including eye disease and pulmonary tuberculosis. The writer Thomas Moffat recorded one physician’s use of a wet nurse in a tome first published in 1655.

Islamic law

In traditional Islamic law, a child under the age of two (besides many strict rules like that the suckling should be of such quantity that it could be said that the bones of the child were strengthened and the flesh allowed to grow, and if that cannot be ascertained, then if a child suckles for one full day and night, or if it suckles fifteen times to its fill, it will be sufficient), is that woman’s child through a foster relationship (the woman is then called “milk mother”). However, according to the Jurist Abu’s-Su`ud (c.1490–1574), this only applies to sucklings under the age of two and a half years. Also, according to Ayatollah Ali Sistani, a highly praised scholar for the Shia Muslims: “The child should not have completed two years of his age”. The same latter source states at least eight conditions that should apply before that child is considered a son/daughter of the feeding woman. (This is not considered to be an adoption, which is strictly proscribed by the Qu’ran.) A modern Saudi Jurist, in 1983, upheld that if a man suckles from his wife, their marriage is nullified. The query remains a popular one into the 21st century, and has come up in Saudi advice columns. A Sunni scholar Sheik Ezzat Atiya (عزت عطية), President of the Hadith Department of Egypt’s al-Azhar University issued a fatwa in 2007 encouraging women to breastfeed their male business colleagues so that the man could become symbolically related to the woman, thereby precluding any sexual relations and the need for both sexes to observe modesty. “Breast feeding an adult puts an end to the problem of the private meeting.” It was later denounced and declared defamatory to Islam.


A Beijing restaurant offered breast-milk-based dishes on its menu. In China, many websites routinely advertise membership to breastfeeding club where customers can get access to lactating women who they can pay to suckle from their breasts.

In 2013 a domestic staff agency in China named Xinxinyu was reported to be providing wet nurses for the sick and other adults as well as for newborns. The agency’s clients could choose to drink the breast milk directly from the breast or to drink it via a breast pump. The reports caused controversy in China, with one writer describing it as “adding to China’s problem of treating women as consumer goods and the moral degradation of China’s rich.” The agency was forced to suspend its operations by Chinese authorities for a number of reasons, one of which was for missing three years of annual checks.


In 1903, German philosopher Carl Buttenstedt published his marriage guidebook “Die Glücksehe – Die Offenbarung im Weibe, eine Naturstudie” (The Marriage of Happiness – The Revelation in the Woman, a study from nature), in which he described and recommended the lactational amenorrhea method (LAM) as a form of contraception and natural family planning that also deepens the relationship between wife and husband. He explicitly described erotic lactation as a source of great sexual pleasure for both partners, claiming that this is intended by nature especially on the part of the woman. This particular aspect of his broader general marriage philosophy gained a lot of attention and sparked wide debate. While some welcomed Buttenstedt’s advice as inspirational for new ways to improve sexual satisfaction between marriage partners, others warned that this technique could “pathologically increase sexual sensation of both partners.” Consequently, the book was banned by the Nazis in 1938.


The Bonyu Bar (Mother’s Milk Bar), located in Tokyo’s entertainment and red-light district of Kabukicho, employs nursing women who provide customers with breast milk in a glass for 2,000 yen (about 15 euros) or directly from the nipple for 5000 yen (about 37.50 euros). In the latter case the women can run their fingers through the customers’ hair, coo and say their name as they suckle.

The Lore and Lure of Mother’s Milk

From Amazon:

Mother’s milk: nourishing, healing and alluring liquid explored in folk lore, folk medicine and popular texts. Medicine of antiquity. Customs and beliefs.

Google Books description:

Cover designed by Barbara L. Watts.

For thousands of years, the very survival of mankind was dependent on one product, mother’s milk. From this flowed the beliefs, mythologies and customs that make up the folklore of breast milk. It was necessary to create receipts and rituals to make the milk flow with ease and abundance. It was essential to find way to heal afflictions of the breasts and nipples.

It was important to establish when and how to wean the child, and then to stop the flow. The milk, of course, had to be protected from evil attacks.

The folklore deals not only with remedies for conditions of the breast milk, but also with the uses of mother’s milk as medicine. It was used to treat everything from consumption and earaches to lack of vitality in adults.

The power of mother’s milk is explored in fairy tales and modern short stories as well as metaphors. It reminds us too that we are mammals. At time, perhaps, in direct connection with animals.

Investigating the many facets of mother’s milk throughout this book is an exciting journey from times long ago and places far away to right here and now.

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

If you struggle with intrusive mental images of ANRs, then “think often that Christ suffered agony for your purity. Fight image with image. Christ crying in agony.”

Titus 2:14:

Christ gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself a people for His own possession, zealous for good deeds.

1 Peter 1:18; 2:24:

You were not redeemed with perishable things like silver or gold from your futile way of life inherited from your forefathers, [but with the precious blood of Christ]. He Himself bore our sins in His body on the cross, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness; for by His wounds you were healed.

1 Corinthians 5:15:

He died for all, that they who live should no longer live for themselves, but for Him who died and rose again on their behalf.

Hebrews 10:29:

How much severer punishment do you think he will deserve who has trampled under foot the Son of God, and has regarded as unclean the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and has insulted the Spirit of grace?

From Strategies for Fighting Sexual Sin by John Piper

Boobs are at their happiest when there are lips attached to them

Is it just me or does anyone else agree that breasts weren’t created to sell beer, cars, or remain in bras all day long? Nor were they purposed for motorboating, mammary intercourse or just hand stroking, though all three are fun and exciting when practised within any marriage.

Why would God allow females to develop prominent breasts and nipples at puberty apart from actually using those breasts and nipples for a special purpose?

95% of a married pair of breasts’ lifespan should be spent with a pair of lips attached– child or hubby’s (go ‘head. Even simultaneously. I don’t think God would mind).

Erotic lactation: The fine art of adult breastfeeding

or…These ain’t yo mama’s [boobs] (jk).

If you’ve ever watched the HBO series ‘The Boys’ – [SPOILERS AHEAD] and you absolutely should, if you’d like a dark-humored take on [jacked]-up, celebrity superheroes as envisioned by Garth Ennis – you may recall a certain scene that involved an adult superhero drinking breast milk.

The slurping ‘supe’ in question is quite clearly a deranged psychopath hiding behind a nice smile and carefully-curated public persona.

His psychological damage drives him to have SERIOUS mommy issues, and in this highly disturbing scene, he laps at a bottle of breast milk that had been produced by his now-dead former boss/mother figure/lover while making noises like a horny, hungry kitten.

Despite the show’s quality and popularity, it’s unfortunate that its creators chose this particular framing to depict adult breastfeeding: a vanilla, judgmental sense of generalized ‘Ewww.’

But the fact of the matter is, when it comes to exploring one’s sexuality, erotic lactation is a widely popular pursuit. On [at least one site], there are currently 79 groups dedicated to adult breastfeeding boasting over 17,000 members.

In just the U.S. there are hundreds of other sites, each with hundreds of groups dedicated to the practice.

So, somebody’s into it – why? What do they get out of it?

We’ll look more closely at the science of lactation, the experience of couples who enjoy erotic lactation, and the history of the practice.

Breastfeeding adults throughout history

It may seem at first glance to be the sort of a taboo that should automatically – and perhaps rightly – stir up uncomfortable feelings in people.

Let’s face it, nipple pleasure often gets overlooked. Let her know you care about her nips as much as the rest of her by getting her [these nipple sucking aids]. Their velvety soft touch are great for first time nipple play, clamping gently to the nipple to provide hands-free suction that’ll have her little soldiers saluting!

Did you know that for many people, nipple play is vital for reaching ‘the big O’? When stimulated, these little love buttons tell your brain to produce oxytocin: a crucial hormone required for climax.

But adult breastfeeding – whether or not it’s technically erotic breastfeeding – has been documented for thousands of years.

The ancient Romans tell the story ‘Caritus Romanus,’ in which a woman named Pero covertly allows her own father to suckle at her breasts in order to save him from his prison sentence of death by starvation.

And in ‘Grapes of Wrath,’ John Steinbeck’s classic tale of the harsh realities of the American Dust Bowl during the Great Depression, the story ends with a young woman in a homeless encampment who has just lost her newborn child saving a starving man’s life by allowing him to suckle.

Breastfeeding Fetish: Why would a grown man want to breastfeed?

But back to the erotic version of breastfeeding.

Despite an initial sense of cringe many otherwise open-minded people might feel when they hear the term ‘breastfeeding fetish,’ this particular kink is no weirder than any other.

People who are into erotic breastfeeding cite numerous benefits and even joy that they gain from it:


Intimacy is the most common benefit breastfeeding adults reference when asked about the practice. Indeed, for some, sex isn’t even a part of it.

When you consider that for women who are nursing, their body releases the hormone oxytocin, also known as the pleasure hormone or the love hormone, feelings of profound warmth and intimacy toward an adult breastfeeding partner makes sense.

Yes, oxytocin is associated with arousal and orgasm, but it’s also responsible for creating or reinforcing feelings of bonding and pleasure of a platonic sort.


Adding erotic breastfeeding to your menu of sexual play can open a wide variety of doors in terms of roleplay.

Beyond the most obvious expression of a maternal role over a child role for the partners of women breastfeeding adults, there is also ample space for some […] dominance and submissive roles, and much more for the imaginative.

Health benefits

Breastfeeding is famously known to be a primary way that a mother passes her immunity to her child.

In fact, much like the aforementioned literary examples of starving men suckling in order to get nutrients.

In China even today there are areas where the practice of women breastfeeding adults who are sickly or recovering from an illness is common. (emphasis mine)

Human breast milk is packed full of nutrients as well, so there’s very little downside to erotic lactation when it comes to actually consuming the milk.

Bigger boobies!

Hey guess where breast milk comes from? You guessed it – boobs. And women who are breastfeeding notoriously gain significant boobage while they’re at it.

Granted, this might not be the top most diplomatic angle to take when suggesting to your partner that you might like to try engaging in a lactation [kink], but nonetheless it’s a solid side benefit.

More girlgasms

There are women out there who can [orgasm] or at least get close to it just from nipple play. And people who enjoy an adult breastfeeding [kink] note how sensitive and easily aroused a woman’s nipples get when she’s nursing.

Hey, if suckling on her breasts regularly gets her to the point where a stiff breeze rustling her breasts can put her over the edge, why not give it a try?

To help ease into hot lactation play, you might try out [some beginner-level nipple clamps], fully adjustable with a sliding tweezer design that can give you anywhere from a minor tweak right up to lip-biting excruciating intensity. Silicon rubber tips offer hypoallergenic, safe play.

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How do adults induce lactation while breastfeeding?

So, you’ve talked with your partner, and you’ve decided that […] you’re down to try adult breastfeeding.

So, what to do to prime the pump, so to speak?

Breast pumps

Funny you should use that word: breast pumps cause the body to produce the hormone prolactin, which in turn prompts milk production.

According to […] the research I do for you people, sheesh – a woman should begin pumping 3 times a day for about 5 minutes at a time, then slowly build up the frequency and duration until she’s eventually pumping every 2 -3 hours for 15 -20 minutes.

Diet and medication

There is a certain class of drugs that stimulate the production of prolactin, called by the amazing and otherworldly name ‘galactogogues.’ Meds like domperidone that promote lactation can be ordered online without a prescription, for instance.

Also, be aware that drugs containing pseudoephedrine (Sudafed, Zyrtec and the like) as well as some hormonal birth control meds can interfere with the production of breast milk.

But there are plenty of foods that act as natural galactogogues, including eggs, oats, brown rice, almonds, and salmon. Another important diet point is to stay hydrated.

Getting it flowing

Once the groundwork has been laid, it’s time you got laid as well! To get your [wife’s] breast milk flowing, try laying a warm, damp towel on her breasts to signal to her body that it’s time.

Also, stimulating her nipples by lightly stroking them – remember, [they are] sensitive right now – can help to induce the flow and stimulate the milk-ejection reflex.

Is it healthy for adults to drink breast milk?

As mentioned above, there is undeniable nutritional value in breast milk. While most healthy adults should already be getting all the nutrients contained in breast milk, and thus may not gain any extra benefits, it certainly can’t hurt to slurp down all those delicious vitamins and minerals.

But for the sake of fully understanding some of the wilder claims you’re bound to encounter as you delve into the world of adult breast suckling, be aware that in 2015, a Royal Society of Medicine study found that the health benefits for adults breastfeeding:

“…do not stand up clinically,” and that “…no scientific study evidences that direct adult consumption of human milk for medicinal properties offers anything more than a placebo effect.”  (Man, those guys are no fun…)

Having said that, and remembering that for the most part there’s no danger in consuming breast milk, there are a few dangers to watch out for as you pursue the pleasures of adult breastfeeding sex.

  • Sore and damaged nipples.
  • Breast stimulation can cause her to produce too much milk.
  • Disease can be spread through breast milk, as can yeast infections.
  • If she’s pregnant, be careful because nipple stimulation can trigger early labor.
  • Excessive nipple stimulation and suckling can cause a condition called mastitis, an inflammatory response that causes the breasts to be painful and swollen.
  • Irregular milk stimulation can cause the milk ducts to get clogged and infected, so if you’re going down this road, you’ve got to stick with it!

If you’re ready to graduate on to the advanced nipple and lactation play, check out [vibrating nipple pumps.] These dynamic nipple pumps will give her a tingle in her dingles and have those nips standing at full attention with the vibrating suction action. An easy-squeeze bulb with a quick-release valve gives you full control over the development of events and a rapid exit if it gets too intense – which it just might!

Bigger, harder and more sensitive nipples are just the flick of a switch away with [vibrating nipple pumps.] Sucking onto each nip, it creates a mini vacuum that pulls even the shyest nipple to attention, increasing sensitivity to touch.

The bottom line is that for millions of people around the world, adult breastfeeding or erotic lactation is simply another aspect of their intimate, and not necessarily even overtly sexual lives.

Indeed, for women who are already lactating, having a partner who helps stimulate the flow of her breast milk can save her from having to take drugs unnecessarily while simultaneously building a much closer bond.

That closeness is not only physical, it’s also a function of the additional time a set of partners must spend together, since she’ll need to stimulate her milk expression several times per day.

And yeah, it’s a taboo. [And that’s unfortunate.] Undeniably, there are maternal undertones and a subversion of the mother/child relationship embedded within the pursuit of adult breastfeeding sex relationship.

But subversion of norms is what kink is all about. And as bold explorers of the land within our minds and bodies, taking a trip down a milky side path shouldn’t be any more strange or repulsive than any other sexual diversion we might want to pursue.

Milk ahoy, gentlemen, milk ahoy!

Speaking of, maybe enjoy with some Chips Ahoy cookies?


“…cleanse my soul of the pollution…
Need water give me hydration…
Find the heavens in your silhouette…
U got my blood going

Ain’t felt nothing natural as this…
So Cleopatra let down your long hair…
Vanilla almond coconut accent…
Don’t need a crystal ball to know at all it’d be a cold world without a woman…

I’m a king but I still need my rib
I need a queen that can keep me grounded Don’t need no mirror mirror on the wall to know there’s no world without a woman.”

Sexually understanding and reasonable

Yet another way to describe folks who are a little more likely to agree to an ANR. Everyone I’ve known who has been ok with this bond has been the type who knows God gave us body parts for a reason, are unafraid to use nonsinful words like “penis” and “vagina” and aren’t uptight about bodily functions and intimacy.

They have a sexual rationality lacking in the prudish.

Union with Christ

From Theopedia

The theme of union with Christ occurs in numerous places in the New Testament, and is also pictured in the Old Testament.^[1]^ It is that union enjoyed by believers, individually and corporately, with the Lord Jesus. It is sometimes referred to as the unio mystica or mystic union, as its fact is established without understanding the mechanism. Our union with Christ is best understood by the picture-language used in the Bible, and by the blessings we derive from our union with Christ.


The language of union with Christ

Jesus (in John’s gospel), John and Paul all talked about union with Christ, each using different language to point to the one reality. There are also Old Testament and New Testament pictures of union which point forward to the antitype.

Old Testament pictures

The most prevalent picture of union with Christ is that of being clothed in another. Adam and Eve, naked and ashamed in the Garden, are clothed with garments of skin (Gen. 3:21) and Jacob appears before his father in skins to appear as though his brother, Esau. Adam and Eve’s shame is covered through the death of another, and Jacob only acquires blessing in his elder brother.

The Psalms also hint at union with God when they talk of finding the LORD to be a fortress and a refuge (e.g. Ps. 18:2), while the later Prophets frequently use the imagery of a husband and a wife to describe the relationship between God and Israel, an image picked up in the New Testament.


In John’s gospel, Jesus describes himself as the Vine, and the disciples as branches in him (John 15:1–17). This is an extended metaphor, in which the Father is the gardener, and Jesus describes how unfruitful branches will be cut off, and that the only way to bear fruit is to remain in the vine. Branches which wither or are cut off are thrown in to the fire and burned, but the chosen branches will bear fruit which will last. Jesus goes on to say that his disciples do not belong to the world, but (by implication) they belong to him.

In his first epistle, John picks up much of that language, writing “Those who obey his commands live in him, and he in them. And this is how we know that he lives in us: We know it by the Spirit he gave us.” Union with Christ means more than simply drawing one’s life from Christ; it means living in him. Further, through our union with Christ, we enjoy union with the Father, since by seeing “that what you have heard from the beginning remains in you … you also will remain in the Son and in the Father.” (1 John 2:24)

In the Book of Revelation, John “heard what sounded like a great multitude … shouting: ‘Hallelujah! … the wedding of the Lamb has come, and his bride has made herself ready. Fine linen, bright and clean, was given her to wear.’ (Fine linen stands for the righteous acts of the saints.)” (Rev. 19:6–8) Once again, this picks up on previous language, but here it is the Old Testament picture of being clothed with another which is brought through.


It is Paul’s epistles that the fullest treatment of the theme of union with Christ is to be found. That union is the bedrock of the logic in Romans and the wellspring of praise in Ephesians. In Ephesians 2:20–21, Paul uses the picture of building the Church “on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone. In him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord.” A similar picture can be found in 1 Corinthians 3:10–11, where this time, Paul describes Jesus himself as the foundation of the building, which seems to be the Church, described a few verses later as God’s temple.

In Ephesians 5:30–32, Paul describes the relationship of Christ and the Church as being like that between a husband and wife. He also likens the Church to a body, of which Christ is the Head. This picture is developed in much more detail by Paul in 1 Corinthians 12:12–27, with particular respect to the importance of unity.

Another aspect of union with Christ is that of “Christ in us”. Paul uses such language in Galatians, where he writes “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.” (Gal. 2:20) To the Colossians, Paul writes that “God has chosen to make known among the Gentiles the glorious riches of this mystery, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory.” (Col. 1:27)


The pictures taken as a whole, and considering other biblical language, allow us to see that there are two components to union with Christ: we in Christ, and Christ in us. It is a bond secured through faith (Gal. 3:20, Eph. 3:17) and sealed in baptism (Rom. 6:3–4, Gal. 3:26–27), and, as Ephesians 1:3–14 tells us, is a Trinitarian bond:

  • the Father is the source of our union;
  • the Son is the object of our union; and
  • the Spirit is the bond of our union. [1]

The blessings of union with Christ

The chief blessing of union with Christ is the blessing of the promises of God, for it is in Christ that all God’s promises are “yea” and “amen”, and when found in him, we become partakers of those promises (Eph. 3:6). We may well say, then, that it is on account of Christ that we enjoy all the good things God so richly bestows. We shall divide the blessings under three heads: blessings for believers with respect to God, with respect to one another and with respect to themselves.

Blessings to believers towards God

Grudem does well to observe that

… every aspect of God’s relationship to believers is in some way connected to our relationship with Christ. From God’s counsels in eternity past before the world was created, to our fellowship with God in heaven in eternity future, and including every aspect of our relationship with God in this life—all has occurred in union with Christ. (p. 840)

Paul begins his meditation on union with Christ in Ephesians 1 with a shout of “praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ!” In what follows, he explicitly grounds election (4), adoption (5), grace (6) and redemption (7) “in Christ”, culminating in the first peak, looking towards the time when God will “bring all things in heaven and on earth together under one head, even Christ.” He then begins again with election in Christ (11), reminding the Ephesians that they, too, “were included in Christ when [they] heard the word of truth, the gospel of [their] salvation.” (13)

In Romans 6–7, Paul expounds union with Christ with respect to sin and the Law, showing us that we are dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus. His argument is that, since we died (in Christ) to the Law, we died also to sin (since where there is no Law, there is no sin), and are now under grace. We have also been raised to new life in Christ’s resurrection, and will, one day, be renewed in our bodies, in the power of Christ’s resurrection. This is part of the hope of glory mentioned by Paul in his letter to the Colossians.

Imputation, of our sin to Christ, and his righteousness to us, also occur in union with Christ: hiding in him, the punishment for our sin falls on him; clothed in him, the righteousness of his life becomes our own.

Blessings to believers towards others

The main theme of union with Christ as it affects our relationships is to promote unity in the Church: being united vertically with Christ, we are naturally united horizontally with each other. In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul describes the different talents and gifts as being analogous to different parts of the body: eyes, hands, feet etc. Therefore, we should seek to build each other up in our respective gifts.

In Galatians 3:28, Paul’s argument is that, since all are one in Christ Jesus, there is then “neither Jew nor Gentile, slave nor free, male nor female”— there is no place for discrimination on the basis of the status into which someone was born, as all are born again into the same status in Christ.

Blessings to believers towards themselves

When found in the Vine, branches enjoy growth and produce fruit. Believers can be assured that, on the basis of their union with Christ, they will experience a long-term pattern of growth, as Christ in them conforms them to his likeness. Discipline is another of the blessings of union with Christ, as we are pruned by the Father so as to bear fruit. We also enjoy protection when found in Christ, who makes himself our shield and stronghold. Paul’s wonderful description of the armour of God is truly the armour of Christ, as each piece he describes is to be found only in union with Jesus, who alone is truth and righteousness.

Finally, “our hearts are restless, until they find their rest in thee” (attrib. St. Augustine). It is only in Christ that we find our true identity, for he is the true Man.

Relevant passages

  • Romans 6:1-23
  • Galatians 2:20
  • Ephesians 1:3-14
  • Ephesians 5:22-33


  1. ↑ Unless otherwise noted, all Scripture quotations in this article are taken from the New International Version.

See also


  • Bird, Michael F. “Incorporated Righteousness: A Response to Recent Evangelical Discussion Concerning the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness in Justification” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Vol. 47, No. 2 (June 2004): 253–275.
  • Grudem, WSystematic Theology. Zondervan, 1994. ISBN 0851106528.
  • Murray, JRedemption Accomplished and Applied. ISBN 0802811434.

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Only 2 permissible nursing scenarios: married man and woman or Asia-like country

Biblically, there are only two situations in which it’s okay for an adult to have their lips on a woman’s breasts: if they are a man and woman married to each other, or for health reasons, if they are in China or similar nation where it’s socially acceptable to breastfeed adults strictly for medical benefits. Anything else will feel too sexual.

Bottom line is, we move the goalposts and challenge God’s decrees if we fail to be above reproach by misinterpreting Scripture to our fleshly pleasure.

God is very concerned not only with the letter, but primarily the spirit, along with the setting, context and wider social effect. And any kind of nursing outside marriage has the spirit of intimacy and necessarily carries an imbued sexual tone, unless occurring in said cultural context where adult nursing isn’t offensive but rather promoted in the context of medical care.

In the latter scenario, the presence of witnesses restricts the likelihood of sexual sin.

Let’s honor the Lord by being above reproach. God bless.

Watch your life and doctrine | Peace is being in God’s will

Keep a close watch on yourself and on the doctrine. Persist in this.

— 1 Timothy 4:16

How much peace I feel directly correlates with how much I’m in God’s will.

— Two godly women I know

I thank God that even in discipline, He somehow shows He’s near. No, I haven’t fornicated or entered a sinful ANR, but faulty thinking has led me down the path of being more tolerant of sin.

I’ve realized how lax I became, and God has been right on time in taking some of my peace away, to correct me and reorient me towards dependence on Him. Now I have a lot more peace. Even better, I also have more joy and I’m on the upswing in many areas too.

We need to be ever vigilant, for it’s always a slow, imperceptible fade towards sin.

Keep your heart with all vigilance, for from it flow the springs of life.

— Proverbs 4:23

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

If you struggle with intrusive mental images of ANRs, then “think often that Christ suffered agony for your purity. Fight image with image. Christ crying in agony.”

Titus 2:14:

Christ gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself a people for His own possession, zealous for good deeds.

1 Peter 1:18; 2:24:

You were not redeemed with perishable things like silver or gold from your futile way of life inherited from your forefathers, [but with the precious blood of Christ]. He Himself bore our sins in His body on the cross, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness; for by His wounds you were healed.

1 Corinthians 5:15:

He died for all, that they who live should no longer live for themselves, but for Him who died and rose again on their behalf.

Hebrews 10:29:

How much severer punishment do you think he will deserve who has trampled under foot the Son of God, and has regarded as unclean the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and has insulted the Spirit of grace?

From Strategies for Fighting Sexual Sin by John Piper

God created the world in seven days | Got

The creation account is found in Genesis 1—2. Most of God’s creative work is done by speaking, another indication of the power and authority of His Word. Let us look at each day of God’s creative work:

Creation Day 1 (Genesis 1:1–5)

God created the heavens and the earth. “The heavens” refers to everything beyond the earth, outer space. The earth is made but not formed in any specific way, although water is present. God then speaks light into existence. He then separates the light from the dark and names the light “day” and the dark “night.”

Creation Day 2 (Genesis 1:6–8)

God creates the sky. The sky forms a barrier between water upon the surface and the moisture in the air. At this point earth would have an atmosphere.

Creation Day 3 (Genesis 1:9–13)

God creates dry land. Continents and islands are above the water. The large bodies of water are named “seas” and the ground is named “land.” God declares that all this is good.

God creates all plant life both large and small. He creates this life to be self-sustaining; plants can reproduce. The plants were created in great diversity (many “kinds”). The earth was green and teeming with plant life. God declares that this work is also good.

Creation Day 4 (Genesis 1:14–19)

God creates all the stars and heavenly bodies. The movement of these will help man track time. Two great heavenly bodies are made in relation to the earth. The first is the sun, which is the primary source of light, and the moon, which reflects the light of the sun. The movement of these bodies will distinguish day from night. This work is also declared to be good by God.

Creation Day 5 (Genesis 1:20–23)

God creates all life that lives in the water. Any life of any kind that lives in the water is made at this point. God also makes all the birds. The language allows that this may be the time God made flying insects as well; if not, they were made on Day 6. All these creatures are made with the ability to perpetuate their species by reproduction. The creatures made on Day 5 are the first creatures blessed by God. God declares this work good.

Creation Day 6 (Genesis 1:24–31)

God creates all the creatures that live on dry land. This includes every type of creature not included on previous days and man. God declares this work good.

When God was creating man, He took counsel with Himself. “God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, in our likeness’” (Genesis 1:26). This is not an explicit revelation of the Trinity but is part of the foundation for such, as God reveals an “us” within the Godhead. God makes man, and man is made in the image of God (men and women both bear this image) and is special above all other creatures. To emphasize this, God places man in authority over the earth and over all the other creatures. God blesses man and commands him to reproduce, fill the earth, and subdue it (bring it under the rightful stewardship of man as authorized by God). God announces that man and all other creatures are to eat plants alone. God will not rescind this dietary restriction until Genesis 9:3–4.

God’s creative work is complete at the end of the sixth day. The entire universe in all its beauty and perfection was fully formed in these six periods labeled as “days.” At the completion of His creation, God announces that it is very good.

Creation Day 7 (Genesis 2:1–3)

God rests. This in no way indicates He was weary from His creative efforts; rather, it denotes that the creation is complete. Further, God is establishing a pattern of one day in seven to rest. The keeping of this day will eventually be a distinguishing trait of God’s chosen people, Israel (Exodus 20:8–11).

Many Christians interpret these “days” as literal, 24-hour periods, a position called Young-Earth Creationism. It should be noted that certain interpretations of these “days” suggest they were indeterminate periods of time. Day-Age Theory and Historical Creationism are two theories that interpret the biblical data in a way that allows for an older earth. Regardless, the events and accomplishments of each “day” are the same.

Isaiah 66

1 Thus says the LORD:
“Heaven is my throne,
and the earth is my footstool;
what is the house that you would build for me,
and what is the place of my rest?
2 All these things my hand has made,
and so all these things came to be,
declares the LORD.
But this is the one to whom I will look:
he who is humble and contrite in spirit
and trembles at my word.

3 “He who slaughters an ox is like one who kills a man;
he who sacrifices a lamb, like one who breaks a dog’s neck;
he who presents a grain offering, like one who offers pig’s blood;
he who makes a memorial offering of frankincense, like one who blesses an idol.
These have chosen their own ways,
and their soul delights in their abominations;
4 I also will choose harsh treatment for them
and bring their fears upon them,
because when I called, no one answered,
when I spoke, they did not listen;
but they did what was evil in my eyes
and chose that in which I did not delight.”

5 Hear the word of the LORD,
you who tremble at his word:
“Your brothers who hate you
and cast you out for my name’s sake
have said, ‘Let the LORD be glorified,
that we may see your joy’;
but it is they who shall be put to shame.

6 “The sound of an uproar from the city!
A sound from the temple!
The sound of the LORD,
rendering recompense to his enemies!

Rejoice with Jerusalem

7 “Before she was in labor
she gave birth;
before her pain came upon her
she delivered a son.
8 Who has heard such a thing?
Who has seen such things?
Shall a land be born in one day?
Shall a nation be brought forth in one moment?
For as soon as Zion was in labor
she brought forth her children.
9 Shall I bring to the point of birth and not cause to bring forth?”
says the LORD;
“shall I, who cause to bring forth, shut the womb?”
says your God.

10 “Rejoice with Jerusalem, and be glad for her,
all you who love her;
rejoice with her in joy,
all you who mourn over her;
11 that you may nurse and be satisfied
from her consoling breast;
that you may drink deeply with delight
from her glorious abundance.”a

12 For thus says the LORD:
“Behold, I will extend peace to her like a river,
and the glory of the nations like an overflowing stream;
and you shall nurse, you shall be carried upon her hip,
and bounced upon her knees.
13 As one whom his mother comforts,
so I will comfort you;
you shall be comforted in Jerusalem.
14 You shall see, and your heart shall rejoice;
your bones shall flourish like the grass;
and the hand of the LORD shall be known to his servants,
and he shall show his indignation against his enemies.

Final Judgment and Glory of the LORD

15 “For behold, the LORD will come in fire,
and his chariots like the whirlwind,
to render his anger in fury,
and his rebuke with flames of fire.
16 For by fire will the LORD enter into judgment,
and by his sword, with all flesh;
and those slain by the LORD shall be many.

17 “Those who sanctify and purify themselves to go into the gardens, following one in the midst, eating pig’s flesh and the abomination and mice, shall come to an end together, declares the LORD.

18 “For I knowb their works and their thoughts, and the time is comingc to gather all nations and tongues. And they shall come and shall see my glory, 19 and I will set a sign among them. And from them I will send survivors to the nations, to Tarshish, Pul, and Lud, who draw the bow, to Tubal and Javan, to the coastlands far away, that have not heard my fame or seen my glory. And they shall declare my glory among the nations. 20 And they shall bring all your brothers from all the nations as an offering to the LORD, on horses and in chariots and in litters and on mules and on dromedaries, to my holy mountain Jerusalem, says the LORD, just as the Israelites bring their grain offering in a clean vessel to the house of the LORD. 21 And some of them also I will take for priests and for Levites, says the LORD.

22 “For as the new heavens and the new earth
that I make
shall remain before me, says the LORD,
so shall your offspring and your name remain.
23 From new moon to new moon,
and from Sabbath to Sabbath,
all flesh shall come to worship before me,
declares the LORD.

24 “And they shall go out and look on the dead bodies of the men who have rebelled against me. For their worm shall not die, their fire shall not be quenched, and they shall be an abhorrence to all flesh.”

a 11 Or breast
b 18 Septuagint, Syriac; Hebrew lacks know
c 18 Hebrew and it is coming

Note how the first footnote relates the word ‘breast’ with ‘abundance.’

God doesn’t make empty promises

New International Version

Do I bring to the moment of birth and not give delivery?” says the LORD. “Do I close up the womb when I bring to delivery?” says your God.

New Living Translation
Would I ever bring this nation to the point of birth and then not deliver it?” asks the LORD. “No! I would never keep this nation from being born,” says your God.

— Isaiah 66:9

God isn’t impotent, nor does He celebrate infertility, barrenness, or ineffectual calling. His Word is potent and will certainly yield fruit. He is mighty to save.