. This is what I believe. The Holy Ghost,—the Restrainer of the devil—has already been removed from each and every organized church. Therefore, it could very well be that the Lord’s offer of repentance may no longer be available. In fact, Her problems—not the Body of Christ but the organized church— are so deeply embedded in idolatry, and entangled with deceptions passed down by previous church generations, I really don’t have a word for “Her” other than this: “ I believe that You have been judged already and that the Lord has found You wanting. Your final end can be found in the book of Revelation.” Period.”
So with that stated, my real target is not the organized church. I have nothing to say to Her. The book “Come Out of Her, God’s People” is a warning that I believe comes from the Lord Jesus Christ Himself—a written wake-up call to the active churchgoer in this hour. Both the title and subtitle have been adapted from a scripture taken from the words of the Lord as quoted by the Apostle John in the 18th Chapter of the Book of Revelation which reads, “ Come out of Her, My People, lest ye receive of her plagues.” For the most part, God’s people in this hour are in the church. Therefore, it seems quite clear that to come out of “Her” simply means “come out of the organized church”.
As I pointed out in “Faces of the Religious Demon” and in “the Fake Jesus,” and in the New Idolatry— the practice of idolatry— whether purposeful or in ignorance— is an open gateway to the plagues. The prosperity gospel is at the top of the list of the most pervasive practices of idolatry in the churches today in competition with the homosexual agenda. This very morning, I turned on Christian television and watched two well-known evangelists sell prayer clothes for healing with the ulterior motive of increasing their mailing lists to target the vulnerable with a bombardment of fundraising mail. Truly, the list of idolatrous teachings is very long. Blasphemous doctrines and practices that are the most glaring are those which add to or detract from the gospel of Jesus Christ as both Savior and Lord. As Paul warned the Galatians, to add to or detract from the gospel brings a lasting curse with it. (Galatians:1:8) A curse is synonymous with a plague.
What are the plagues? The worst plague is a curse of spiritual blindness caused by delusion and demonic deception. The worst of the worst is to be duped into believing that you are going to heaven, and to die and find yourself in hell for eternity. For what does it profit a man, if he gains the whole world yet loses his soul? (Matthew 16:25) The fact that countless people have been indoctrinated into the “I accepted Jesus” practice aka the “make a decision” for Christ gospel are the worst abominations of them all. For this form of idolatry distorts the word of God to such an extent, than I am willing to estimate that 85% of churchgoers believe that they are saved, and they are not. Counterfeit spiritual births at the altars of God are the absolute worst plague, the fruit of idolatry. This horrendous sign is pervasive throughout the organized church worldwide—a wide gaping hole for demonic infestation and other horrendous plagues to enter with ease.
It follows that plagues that can destroy the soul are actually worst than those that debilitate the body only. Sickness and disease are certainly among the plagues, but there are several others. In our times, there are plagues that were not around in other generations: HIV/AIDS, crack, violence like drive by shootings, missing children and so many more. Domestic violence and drug abuse, spiritual abuse can also be addictive. For example, even though I was certainly spiritually abused by church leadership and by those I served as a pastor, I had become ritualized and I certainly had no intention to leave the organized church. I was literally “called out” and “led out by the Holy Ghost.
So I don’t take it upon myself to call others out. I put out the warning and the Holy Ghost does the rest!!! I am on what I call “the Holy Ghost Blogging Train.” I send out the alarm in several posts a day, staying in a station for a brief moment. I holler in the spirit, “Come Out Of Her and Get On Board the Lord’s Train. And I keep it movin. I don’t stop to argue,to debate or even conversate in these blogs. Aint got the time. I gotta keep it real and I must keep it movin. It’s a soul train of blogs. Books for the reader who has time to sit in a comfy chair and read either on-line or with a book in hand. Blogs for the person that is on the move. The soul train. A soul train of the written word saying “time is running out for pew warmers.”