Ex Planned Parenthood Director’s New
Book Exposes Abortion Biz
Steven Ertelt Washington, DC
12/22/10 11:58 AM
While we greatly rejoice at Miss Johnson’s
repentance of her grievous sin in working for a organization that preys on
pregnant women with unwanted children, that deceives them and then proceeds to
tear the very life of God out of them in the form of an unborn child.
We have spoken of that God forgives us of many sins and
errors in our lives, and that God can as well forgive us of many grievous sins
and errors like Adam and Eve, like David and Bathsheba – but in cases of great
sin and evil even with repentance and forgiveness from God Himself there are
lingering consequences that follow one all the days of their lives.
In the case of Adam and Eve the price for their sin though
forgiven, was sin and death not only unto them but unto all their seed for the
remainder of this world. For David and
Bathsheba it was sin and death in their household beginning with the death of
the child she had conceived with David, it was the rape and defilement of one
of David’s daughters by his son Amnon
It was the murder of Amnon by another son of David’s, Absalom. It was Absalom seeking then to kill his
father, deposing him as king and Absalom going and raping and defiling all of
David’s wives that did not flee with him across Jordan. And finally it was with
Absalom’s accidental death by hanging in a tree.
This woman has a tough road to walk, like Paul the Apostle
that held the coats of those that stoned Steven, and caused the death of many
early Christians. Paul though forgiven
by Christ Himself had many things he had to suffer. This woman will forever have her hands
bloodied with the blood of all the innocent children she administratively
assisted in having aborted.
We are in no wise saying there this woman is any less of a
Christian than we would of Paul the Apostle after his conversion. We are speaking to openness and lightness of
oh so many believers today that they can willfully sin, that they can taint
themselves with the world at no cost before God to them whatsoever.
write and speak of these sobering words as a stark warning to believers that
would play with sin thinking that God will simply wink away their sins. That would play with their perversion, their
unfaithfulness, their lies, and their deceit, and do as they will against the
words and commandments of Jesus Christ and the Apostles. All in the deluded belief that in a time that
is convenient for them; they will cry many tears, and that the Lord will simply
forgive them of all of their willful sin and trespasses.
6:7-8 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: (God is not deceived, God is not fooled, God is not tricked,
God is not beguiled, God can not be bribed by either men or devils) for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.
For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap
corruption (Everlasting death); but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit
reap life everlasting.
While Paul is giving warning
here in the sternest possible words to Christians, born again Christians, water
baptized Christians, Spirit-filled Christians, when this passage is read this
is somehow a disconnect. A mental veil
falls over these darkened hearts and minds that says: O Paul said this to the
Galatians, boy am I glad I’m not a Galatian. Or that means that if I sow to the
flesh it is not so bad, because if I sow to the Spirit at the same time I can
have the best of both worlds. I can enjoy some of the corruption and sin in
this life, and I can still get my mansion and walk on streets of gold also.
Little Children these are
dangerous, dangerous damning thoughts and temptations in which you can as Adam
and Eve in the garden trade your spiritual birthright for the knowledge of good
and evil, whether it is in a love of the riches and the things of this world.
Whether it is a taste of fornication, adultery, or whatever tantalizes your
corrupt heart and soul.
All men are tried and
tested throughout there lives to prove what sort of man they are. And when one’s life is finished God shall see
us and call us as we are. Liar, Thief, Murderer, Adulterer, Deceiver, for all
of these the day of judgment shall be one of fear anguish of soul, of weeping
of wailing, of gnashing of their teeth. .
How much better would it
be in that day for the Lord to call out to you, honorable, faithful, blessed,
merciful, truth teller, lover of God, and friend.
It is the job of every
Timothy 5:22 -- neither be
partaker of other men's sins: keep thyself pure.
James 1:27 Pure
religion and undefiled
before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and
widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the
Ephesians 5:27 That He
might present it to Himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such
thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish.
6:14 That thou keep this commandment without
spot, unrebukable, until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ:
2 Peter 2:13 And (They) shall receive the reward of
unrighteousness, (Who are they? What is
the reward of unrighteousness?)
as they that count it pleasure (They receive great delight,
they receive great joy) to riot (To live in
riches, to live in a lavish lifestyle, like as the Rich Young Ruler, to live as
Kenneth Hagan, Kenneth Copeland, Oral Roberts and all their prosperity gospel
clones) in the
day time. (In the day of judgment) Spots they are and blemishes,
sporting themselves (Sporting the life of the
rich and famous) with their
own deceivings (Boastful corrupting words) while they (Partake
of the love) feast with you;
The prosperity Gospel
though it is new to the end time church, this deceptive corrupting doctrine
existed also at the time of the apostles. As we have steadfastly warned it is
not the will of God for you to be rich. It is NOT the will of God to live the
American Dream and live large.
Were there Christians of
earthly substance at the time of the Apostles? Yes. And as here and in other places these are
judged by the Apostles to be on the path to eternal death.
James received by letter or a face to face with a group of wealthy believers,
rich believers, filthy rich believers. and the Apostles James responds explosively to them, and their plans that included the hoarding
of gold and silver. and goods for themselves to carry them through the great
tribulation. Apparently these wealthy believers offered James to partake of
their end time stores.
James 5:1-3 Go to now, (Depart
from me [We should view James as saying Cursed be) ye rich men, (Cursed
be ye rich men) weep and howl for your miseries
that shall come upon you. (See it as it is
written: Weeping and wailing
and gnashing of teeth for rich Christians)
Your riches are corrupted, (Your
riches have corrupted you before God and all that you touch with it.
Neither God nor Jesus Christ allow Christian Utopias – aka My kingdom is not of
this world.) and your (rich)
garments are motheaten. Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, (Here in the word of God is the clearest passage against
wealthy Christians living the life of the rich and famous – that this wealth
and these riches shall become a witness against them – they will cry out to God
on the day of judgment) and shall eat your flesh
as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days.
The bible makes it clear
that believers storing up gold and silver and wealth to carry them through the
great tribulation is at enmity with God.
The bible makes it clear
that the believers having wealth and riches corrupts them before God, as it is
sowing unto their flesh. Not sowing unto the spirit.
The bible makes it clear
here that those that want to be rich Christians benefactors supporting
Christians ministries, and even doing all the right things to widows, the
fatherless, orphans, the poor etc. will not fare well before God in the final
judgment, but rather that there riches their houses and their lands will cry
against them in that day.
We follow Jesus Christ not
because it is easy. We seek not an earthly kingdom, but one that is not made
For all those who argue
about the great riches of Abraham they forget that he founded no city for
himself. He built himself no house but instead dwelled in a tent moving here
and there as the Lord commanded. Much in the same manner as the children of Israel
in the wilderness.
The Church that Jesus
Christ established was also not to be fixed in brick and mortar because in so
doing the church could not be as the wind no one knowing wither it cometh and
wither it goeth,
In Matthew 24 end time
believers are exhorted to have all their belongings ready at the door even as
the children of Israel were to have all they needed ready at the door for the
hour when Moses raised his rod that they should depart Egypt and flee to the
Throughout church history
there have been groups and bands of believers that have forsaken all to follow
in the footsteps of Christ and to follow him out into the wilderness, In these
days and times many gave their lives for the faith as ensamples that others
might live. In the economy of God there is no room for any rich benefactors
buying and giving their way to heaven. Jesus refused the Rich Young Ruler
declaring for all time How Hardly Shall a Rich Man Enter Into the Kingdom. – In the Greek How Hardly reads as It is
impossible – for a rich man to enter into the Kingdom. This saying of all the sayings of Christ caused the apostles
to greatly fear. As they all owned houses and lands of one sort or another – in
other words there was not a beggar among them.
So that Peter cried out:
Who then can be saved? as they saw their earthly
possessions in the light of the kingdom of heaven for the first time.
Note that in time after
Christ’s death each apostle forsook their earthly possessions and even their
lives that they might gain Christ.
Against such disciples of
Christ the gates of hell can not stand.
But of a truth the church
made with hands of this day and hour labor and builds the gates of hell. These labor in the flesh and build the way of
May these words burn in
your heart and soul.
Former Planned Parenthood abortion facility
director Abby Johnson was sitting at her desk when a co-worker at the center
asked for some help with a woman getting an abortion.
“I could not have
imagined how the next ten minutes would shake the foundation of my values and
change the course of my life,” she says in her new book “Unplanned,” an expose
of the abortion business and the abortion industry.
Johnson ran that
abortion facility — a Planned Parenthood “clinic” in Bryan,
Texas, the home of Texas A&M
University. She spent ten
minutes assisting with an ultrasound-guided abortion, and her reflection on it
would change her life as she stepped
down from her position.
“Oh, dear God,” she writes,
“what had I done?”
In “UnPlanned,” Johnson
tells the dramatic story of the journey that unfolded as a result of that
fateful day in September 2009 and how she literally “crossed the fence” from
Planned Parenthood leader to an advocate fighting for women in crisis – and the
lives of their unborn babies.
Johnson shares that
story in detail that is intimate and, as a result, unnerving.“UnPlanned” is not
an easy book to read; it’s also not an easy book to put down. She realizes both
“Here’s my question for
you,” she writes in “A Note from Abby Johnson,” which immediately precedes
Chapter 1: “…are you ready to look through the (pro-life/pro-choice) fence and
see goodness, compassion, generosity and self-sacrifice on the other side? “Did
you just feel yourself squirm? If so, welcome to my journey.”
After Johnson quit her
position with Planned Parenthood, the abortion business failed in its bid to
silence her. It had pushed for a restraining order on Abby Johnson and a
pro-life group that helped her conversion.
officials hit both Johnson and the Coalition for Life with restraining orders requiring
them not to disclose information about the abortions done at its facility.
But District Judge J.D.
Langley issued a ruling saying Planned Parenthood did not provide sufficient
evidence that Johnson breached a confidentiality agreement concerning identity
of an abortion practitioner who works at Planned Parenthood.
Judge Langley also ruled
that Planned Parenthood provided no evidence to back up its allegations that
Johnson took confidential patient records out of Planned Parenthood on the day
she resigned. The judge also denied a Planned Parenthood request to prevent
Johnson from seeking any lawsuit until a trial or any other court action had
The court decision
opened the door for her to offer more specifics about her work at Planned
Parenthood and the reasons she resigned.
Since her departure from
Planned Parenthood, Johnson’s story has received major media attention at a
time when abortion has become the central issue in the national debate over
health care reform.
“Stories like Abby’s
have a purpose,” says Fr. Frank Pavone, the national director of Priests for
Life. “If we can better understand why someone has an abortion or how someone
gets into the abortion industry and then how she comes out, we can come to
understand the key to how our entire society can begin to emerge from the
darkness of abortion.”
“Abby is not the first;
she will not be the last,” Fr. Pavone continues. “She is part of a great ‘cloud
of witnesses.’ I thank her for her courage, as I do to all who share their