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An expose on the book "*Come Out Of Her My People"



"Come Away From This My People"

(Renounce the Heresy it Promotes)



Chapter 1 Getting Wisdom, The Main Thing "The first step we need to take on the road to immortality is to somehow get wisdom."

Ok, I can agree with at least part of that statement, the scripture does say to get wisdom and scripture does tell us that wisdom is the principal thing. Proverbs 4:7 7 Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.

If you read the scripture, it has some things to say about wisdom: 1) "the fear of the Lord" is the beginning of wisdom 2) and "to depart from evil is understanding". Those two things are inseparable, they go hand-in-hand. (Job 28:24; Ps.111:10; Prov. 1:7; Prov. 9:10)

My dad used to always tell me to watch when ever I read things and look to see if the first principal of the thing is correct --or incorrect. If the first principal (of a teaching) is wrong you, then you know the conclusion (when built upon error) will be wrong also.

In the book, "Come Out of Her My People" we have our first hint as to what is not quite right about this whole book right in the first line of the first chapter. There is eternal life which is in Jesus Christ, and there is eternal separation from God which is in unregenerate, fallen Adam; as it is written, "in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive". (1Cor.15:22)

Contrary to the New Age philosophies contained in this book, we are not on the "on the road to immortality". We are called to repentance toward God in Christ; and we are called to be hid in Christ who only hath immortality. (1Tim.6:16; Col.3:3)

Second, it is not a question of having or gaining immortality, whether saved or unsaved we humans have that here and now. All of humanity will most definitely spend all of eternity either in heaven or in hell. So this is not a quest for immortality. It is not even about a quest, its about keeping our eyes upon Jesus Christ who is the prize, not "immortality".

"Money buys food and sustenance. We are to be a good and honest caretaker of someone else's goods. "If you have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon (riches), who will commit to your trust the true riches? And if you have not been faithful in that which is another man's, who shall give you that which is your own?" Luke 16.1-12. If we can't in an honest manner take care of the earthly things like money and goods, then He will not give us the true riches which is our own inheritance. And this inheritance is his nature, his immortality and life within us."

This sounds ok but I do not inherit his nature, and his immortality by my works, not by my performance nor by my own merit. The inference in the above statement is that it is by our faithfulness (by our performance) that we will either gain or forfeit eternal life. That contradicts scripture and is contrary to the Gospel of Grace. By the spirit of adoption (by grace through faith) we are received by Him as members of the body of Christ based on His sacrifice, His merit, His performance, His ability and His virtue --not mine.

If I accepted what this author is inadvertently suggesting, I would (in effect) be earning the gift of immortality, "by being a good and honest caretaker" of temporal things. pertaining to this life. If I prove myself to be a good steward, then I entitle myself to receive his nature, immortality and life within me? --based on my good management of material (monetary) resources and upkeep of the physical body which has been entrusted to me, right? (Wrong.)

Jesus actually gave the example of good stewardship pertaining to this world's goods, those who have a godless irresponsibility towards the things that pertain to this life are spiritually irresponsible and can not be entrusted with spiritual things. They can get by with raw cunning and craftiness, even by deceitful finagling as the unfaithful steward did.

Those who have no regard for the ways of God, no regard for the things that pertain to this life (which are temporal) cannot and will not be entrusted with those things which pertain to that which is eternal. Again, it is not about earning points in order to gain eternal life itself. Eternal life in Christ is not an immortality quest whereby we earn immortality; neither do we earn greater measures or degrees of His presence.

Eternal life in Christ is the gift of grace, not of ourselves; not of works.

Little-by-little, what the author of the book actually does is cunningly repeat a certain emphasis on eternal life and manifestation of "God-presence" in the here and now. And he wastes no time in building toward this heresy: we can use God's word and tap into His power to have "true riches" of individual Christhood manifested in our own lives, : "'true riches,' simply put, is nothing less than the full glorification of many sons and daughters at the culmination of this age. We are talking about immortal offspring walking the face of this earth in the image of the heavenly One who also tread this earth some 2000 years ago."

The thrust of this heresy is embedded in what seems to be a very scriptural statement. But before the author has finished twisting the scripture (which he does throughout his book) he will have led the reader down a demonically inspired path toward the manifestation of the believer's own Christhood through a God-hood quest. This is the heart of the Manifest Sons of God heresy, also known as MSOG.

Simply put, the MSOG heresy teaches that each Christian has what amounts to a divine appointment to attain their own individual Christhood, a.k.a. Godhood. The Godhood Quest ends in a literal and spiritual "Christhood of the Believer" often referred to as the corporate "Manchild" --or so the teachings go.

What the unwary reader does not know is the fact that this heresy actually has very powerful and seemingly 'christ-like' (but utterly false) levels of anointing which culminate in a Luciferic initiation. It makes no difference to God whether the lie at the heart of your godhood quest is to be like "the Most High God" --or whether your quest is to be just like Jesus Christ (who is God). Jesus Christ is God Most High. There is no difference between man's quest to be like God or a supposedly Christian quest pursuing the supposed "Christhood of the Believer" to be a fully empowered son of God here and now, "just like Jesus was". Pick either one of the two and Lucifer is delighted.

Like the angel of light that he is, chapter after chapter in this book has been skillfully designed to misled the reader down an ungodly path disguised as faith, duped into believing that it is their manifest destiny to be just like the Most High God, just like Jesus Christ, here and now (before His return). Mormons too have their personal quest for Godhood, New Age Christians have the same so-called Godhood which is simply redefined as the "Christhood" of the believer.

Step-by-step, the believer is taught that by tapping into the power of the word of God, in conjunction with the gnostic power (of knowing who you are in Christ), by striving to "be all that you can be" (i.e., the humanist manifesto) the reader is led to believe that we can achieve our own Christhood or "Christedness" --just like Jesus did.

The whole purpose of this book is to indoctrinate unsuspecting believers into pursuing a demonically inspired quest to be all that Jesus is and to do all that HE was able to do. By laying hold of your 'inheritance' you can (in this life) attain to your MANIFEST DESTINY (to be all that Jesus was and more). The empowerment of man to be like the Most High God is a lie, so also is the lie that each Believer can attain to his or her own Christhood because it is our "divine destiny".

The hidden agenda and the basic aim of this book is to get as many believers as possible sucked into this heresy, in order to bring forth a corporate manifestation the sons of God on the earth. The corporate man-child or the Manchild company is the goal of those who believe they have been empowered by God to walk as Jesus walked and to be what He is --all walking in their power as sons of God in the earth (just as Jesus did). To say the least this is another false Christ! The plan is to bring forth what MSOG proponents like to refer to as the corporate body of collective members of the body of Christ who have all been Christed (have attained to their own Christhood) and who form the "Corporate Manchild" -a thoroughly new age blasphemous exaltation by a corporate false Christ-Spirit manifest IN YOUR FLESH.

The MSOG or Manifest Sons Of God (Manchild) heresy is simply the lie of the garden of Eden revisited upon the church in the last days --disguised with loads of twisted and misapplied scripture. Of course, the corporate manifestation of the Manchild through the Satanic godhood or christhood of the believers is based on the false premise that we are all destined to become little Gods, manifested in the flesh. Of course, this company of divine god-men (and women) have a divine mandate to take the kingdom for God by exercising their own "anointed and appointed" Christ-like dominion in the earth.

The world's lust for power has long since invaded the churches, the gospel has been twisted to become more about our own empowerment than it is about us being hidden by the power of God in Him who is God, i.e. by and in Jesus Christ. The scripture does tell us that we shall be "endued with power" from on high after the Holy Ghost has come upon us but if you look up the word 'endued' you will find it means to 'be clothed with". We are to put on the Lord Jesus Christ who is Himself the power of God, and by His power He hides us in Himself.

The world's lust for power is commonly known in psychology as a humanistic form of "personal empowerment". The churches have adopted the same concept in a form of Christianized-humanism. Believers and church leaders alike have not only succumbed to man's lust for God-like power, the church has learned to twist and turn the scripture in order to justify the unbridled pursuit of the same.

Underlying the entire deception, its really all about power. Power to be your own god, or power to become like the Most High God. Again there is no difference; its just a matter of which version of the lie you happen to find more palatable.

If you go on to the other chapters in this book, watch how the author begins to draw the reader into a supposedly godly pursuit of power and note how you are encouraged to pursue your godhood or christhood quest by developing your spirituality and exercising yourself in your innate (God-given) empowerment.

Chapter 2 "We've got to get back to the Supreme Power that created all of this flabbergasting universe. And when we begin to get a tiny glimpse of the majesty of this kind of power that created all things, then that's the beginning of wisdom."

No, the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom! Because the Lord has already warned me about the faith movement's lust for power and the MSOG heresy which goes hand-in-hand with it, I didn't have to read past the first couple of chapters to know exactly where this book is headed. It is a mockery of God that this book should presume the title "Come Out Of Her My People" --it is the very kind of thing that the people of God should flee. It is impossible to see how dastardly evil this book is except the Lord discern it for us by His Spirit.

The further into the book you go, the worse his heresies get. Let's jump to chapter17 euphemistically referred to as "He Reproduces Himself". First things first, God is not reproducing Himself. We are members of the body of Christ, who is the only begotten Son of God. We are called sons and daughters of God IN CHRIST. In Christ is more than just a point of reference! We are not Jesus Christ, and we are not Divine. Instead we are human, less than God. But by His grace and according to the multitude of His mercies toward us, for as many as have received Him, to them has He given power to be called the sons of God. That sounds like empowerment to be a son of God just like Jesus is but that is not what it means.

His ways are not as our ways and His thoughts are not as our thoughts. The power of God is not a what, the power of God is a who --i.e., Jesus Christ is the wisdom of God and HE is the power of God. 1Cor.1:24 "But unto them which are called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God, and the wisdom of God." We are reckoned as dead and we (our life) is hid together with Christ in God. Colossians 3:3 "For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God." Jesus Christ has become our life, our life is in Him, of Him and by Him in whom we live and move and have our being. We have been adopted by Him as members of His body but we are not Him and we are not Divine. Jesus Christ is also our hiding place. HE is the only place where man (who is less than God) can even be in the presence of a Holy God. Jesus Christ is our spiritual covering. God has condescended to receive us unto Himself through His Son and to keep us in Himself by His power --by and in Jesus Christ. Do you hear anything in that about I, me, my, we, us, or our power? No.

So contrary to what the author of "Come Out of Her My People" would like you to believe, God is not "reproducing Himself"! That is heresy! Those who accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and believe on the name of the only begotten Son of God have been adopted by Him and counted as members of the body of Christ. But He alone is the only begotten Son of God and though we are accepted as heirs according to the promise, we are not Divine. By accepting us as members of the 'family of God" -being received by God as sons and daughters of God in Christ does not make us divine.

Having been born-again of His Spirit, being counted as members of His body, does not make us little gods, it does not make us divine either. But the author of this blasphemous book equates us with Christ Himself when he in writes: "But the 'last Adam is the Lord from heaven,' or the sons of God with their resurrected spiritual bodies." ...or thesons of God with their resurrected spiritual bodies? Who does this guy think he's kidding? Since when would any Christian in their right mind dare to EQUATE THE LORD FROM HEAVEN with "the sons of God with the resurrected bodies"! Get it straight: we are not in any way, shape or form equated with "the LORD from heaven"!

Jesus Christ is the last Adam, not us. Jesus Christ is the spiritual new Man in whom and by whom we are slain, reckoned as dead and then hidden in Jesus Christ who is the Life (and in this sense we are dead to sin but alive to Christ).

2Cor.5:17 "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new." Notice if you will that the scripture says, "If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature". It does not say, if any man is in Christ, he is the new Man. Adam is the old thing, Jesus Christ (the spiritual new Man, the second man) is the Jesus Christ the Lord. HE is the spiritual new thing in Whom and by Whom we (the old things) are to be hid. He is our Savior, our Redeemer and our hiding place.

When we are in Christ, we are new creatures. It means we are counted as members or parts of the body of Christ who is Himself, God's new thing. No wonder God declared in His word, "Behold I do a new thing..." (Isa.43:16) which He fulfilled according to His promise. Luke 1:35 "And the angel answered and said unto her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God."

We are made new creatures in Christ by being accepted as members of the body of Him Whom God has raised from the dead. If you look up the word 'creature' in 2Cor.5:17, where it says that if we are in Christ, we are a new creature, it means "the act of founding, establishing, building (with the idea of a place or habitation).

We as believers must always remember the proper context of what it means to be in Christ or in the Lord: we are 'in Him' but we are not Him.

Contrary to what is falsely taught in so many churches, we are not the spiritual new man --we are a spiritual building not made with hands; we are a habitation; we are the temple of the Holy Ghost. Jesus Himself, 'the Lord from heaven' is Himself the spiritual new Man (1Cor.15:47) who has received us unto Himself to be counted as members of His body. Even though He has counted us as born of His Spirit, and as bone of His bone and flesh of His flesh (spiritually speaking) still we are not Him and we are not divine!

Divinity is not our birthright nor is it our (own) heritage, contrary to what the author of this book wants you to believe. God was not "reproducing" Himself when in His mercy He decided to allow us to be called children of God. Our heritage is to be counted as children of God because we are adopted by God in and through the only begotten Son of God:

Romans 8:15 For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.

Romans 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.

Galatians 4: 5 "To redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons. 6 And because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father. 7 Wherefore thou art no more a servant, but a son; and if a son, then an heir of God through Christ."

Are we heirs of salvation as sons and daughters of God? Yes, absolutely. Through belief on/in Him, are we entitled to eternal life in Christ by His merit, because of His sacrifice for our sins and by His resurrection from the dead? Yes, absolutely! Are we granted the privilege to be counted as sons of God in Christ? Yes, absolutely! But are we Divine? (No!) Do we become Divine? (No!) Are we ever to be equated with Him? (No!) or do we become Him? NO!

Romans 13: 14 But put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make not provision for the flesh, to fulfil the lusts thereof.

We are clothed with Christ, we are to put on the Lord Jesus Christ as a garment, as our righteousness and sanctification. We are to be hidden in and by Him but we are not Him and it is blasphemous for the writer of "Come Out of Her My People" (in the 9th chapter of his book) to even suggest that the "sons of God in their resurrected bodies" are the same as"the Lord from heaven"!

By God's grace through faith we reap benefits we could not earn, benefits extended to us through Jesus Christ who is called Faithful and True. It is ALL in Him and of Him and by Him WHO ALONE is worthy!

Also in the 9th chapter of his book, the author of "Come Out of Her My People" even degrades the Name of Jesus by falsely building a case for referring to Jesus Christ as "Yahshua" instead of calling Him by the Name "Jesus". He falsely claims that "Yahshua" is the proper name for Jesus because it means "Yah is Salvation" and that the name "Jesus" has no meaning at all. This is blatantly untrue. He uses half-quotes or misquotes from the Strongs Concordance to try to prove his misleading point about Jesus' name which he insists is devoid of meaning. Here is an excerpt from the book in which the author writes:

"Believing in His name" implies that there is a message to be believed, a truth inherent in His name. We have seen that Hebrew names are prophetical. We have seen that the Savior was named Yahshua because "he shall save His people from their sins." And Yahshua means "Yah is Savior." So what is the message contained within His name? That message is "Yah is the Savior." The name "Jesus" has no message in it at all. It does not have any meaning.

If you look it up yourself, you will find that the both "Yahshua" (in the Hebrew) and "Jesus" (in the Greek) have the very same meaning. In fact the meaning of the two names are identical in meaning. AND it is even noted in the Strongs Concordance that the Name "Jesus" is the direct counterpart of the name "Yahshua".



2424 VIhsou/j Iesous {ee-ay-sooce'}

Meaning: Jesus = "Jehovah is salvation" 1) Joshua was the famous captain of the Israelites, Moses' successor 2) Jesus, son of Eliezer, one of the ancestors of Christ 3) Jesus, the Son of God, the Saviour of mankind, God incarnate. Origin: of Hebrew origin 03091; TDNT - 3:284,360; n pr m Usage: AV - Jesus 972, Jesus (Joshua) 2, Jesus (Justus) 1; 975

3091 [;vuAhy> Yehowshuwa` {yeh-ho-shoo'-ah} or [;vuhuy> Yehowshu`a {yeh-ho-shoo'-ah}

Meaning: Joshua or Jehoshua = "Jehovah is salvation" n pr m 1) son of Nun of the tribe of Ephraim and successor to Moses as the leader of the children of Israel; led the conquest of Canaan 2) a resident of Beth-shemesh on whose land the Ark of the Covenant came to a stop after the Philistines returned it 3) son of Jehozadak and high priest after the restoration 4) governor of Jerusalem under king Josiah who gave his name to a gate of the city of Jerusalem Origin: from 03068 and 03467; Usage: AV - Joshua 218; 218

Jesus = "Jehovah is salvation" Yahshua (or Jehoshua) = "Jehovah is salvation"



So much for this guy's misleading and inane statement that the Name of Jesus means nothing. There is more to this man's attempt to discredit the Name of Jesus than meets the eye. In fact, He makes nearly the same case as Jehovah's Witnesses do regarding what they think is the one and only true Name of God. Jehovah Witnesses do very much the same in trying to prove their case for the supremacy of the Name, Jehovah as the only Name for God.

They deny that Jesus Christ is God come in the flesh, the word made flesh and by definition that is an antichrist spirit.

1John 4:2 Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God: 3 And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.

I do not believe that it is at all a coincidence that the author of "Come Out of Her My People" tries to reduce Jesus Christ (who is God, the Word, made flesh) into a half-god-half-man. Jesus Christ is God the Son, the Word made flesh. He is not half-god and half-man. Jesus Christ is fully God and fully man, God made flesh.

In Hinduism, an avatar is a god-man in whom dwells the spirit of God; an ascended master, a god-man indwelt by a god or even a Christ-spirit. The author of "Come Out of Her My People" does lip service to Jesus as the Word made flesh as he turns right around and re-defines the 'word made flesh" to mean, a flesh body indwelt by the presences of God (Yah dwelling in a human body). In his book, the author twists the truth. Jesus Christ is thereby reduced to the status of a mere human (mortal) being whose body was simply inhabited by the Christ-spirit:

Yes, Yah did hide Himself well in a flesh body some 2000 years ago. But He makes it very clear from the above passages in Isaiah that He is the Savior; He is the Creator. The apostle John makes it very clear that the Spirit-filled human flesh body that he had walked with for three and a half years did the creating.

God hid Himself inside a flesh body some 2000 years ago? Baloney! Jesus Christ is God the Son, eternally begotten of the Father. In John 1:1 the Apostle John wrote: "In the beginning was the WORD, and the WORD was with God, and the WORD was God..." and in the 14th verse of the same chapter, John wrote: "And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth."

1John 5:7 "For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one."

Jesus Christ is not just a man who was indwelt by the Spirit of God. How is He different than what we are? Anyone who has received the Lord Jesus Christ has Him dwelling in their hearts by His Spirit. So a parallel is being drawn between what we are and what the author of the book, "Come Out of Her My People" is trying to convince us that Jesus is. He is reducing the LORD JESUS CHRIST to something less than the only begotten Son of the Father, God the Son, the WORD made flesh, turning Him into a mere human being who happened to have been filled by the indwelling of Spirit of God.

The author wants to turn the LORD JESUS CHRIST into an ascended master, a man who had God's Spirit with him and dwelling in him. (Just like you do.) He wants you to believe that the LORD JESUS CHRIST is a man, a human being who put on "Yah" (and the inference is "just like you".) Yah did the creating, the forming, the redeeming and the saving. And Yah, clothed in human flesh, took the name "Yahshua,"

On the one hand, if the author of this book can succeed in reducing the LORD JESUS CHRIST to a man who "put on Yah" so that Jesus was a man who was simply clothed with God (Yah), then on the other hand he can easily elevate us to the same position as Jesus (who is really God, the Son).

The not-so-subliminal message of "Come Out of Her My People" is that we all have God- potential; we can all be ascended masters just like our Master Jesus. We can all be fully empowered huios (the Greek words for son) of God, just like (he says) Jesus was. And the author would like us to believe we can all attain to the same Christhood-godhood of Jesus.

The ungodly reasoning in this book goes something like this: we can all have the Spirit of God in us (like Jesus) and we are called sons and daughters of the Most High God (like Jesus), then we can all be everything Jesus was! We can be all be immortal and we can all be as God (who alone hath immortality)!

...the WORD was made flesh and dwelt among us. Jesus Christ is God, the WORD made flesh and Jesus Christ is God, the Son. He is God, who only hath immortality. 1Timothy 6:16" Who only hath immortality, dwelling in the light which no man can approach unto; whom no man hath seen, nor can see: to whom be honour and power everlasting. Amen."

No wonder why the author of this book starting pushing the quest for our own immortality from the very beginning of the book. No wonder why he draws comparisons between Jesus, His nature and ours. No wonder why he keeps trying to connect 'God in the flesh' with us having 'God in us' (in our flesh). It is because the author wants you to believe that since you have the same Spirit in your flesh, therefore you can be God-in-the-flesh. If you have read the book of Genesis, then that should sound more than a little suspicious to you.

The author of the book, "Come Out Of Her My People" starts out his book with the suggestion that the book is about the pursuit of wisdom.... then he moves on to immediately suggest we are all on a journey on the road to our own individual immortality, which culminates in "ye shall be as God". I don't know about you but offering something to make one wise and then dangling a promise of immortality and that ye shall be as God all sounds exactly like the lies of the serpent in the garden of Eden.

Not coincidentally wisdom, Godhood and Immortality are also the basic theme developed throughout the book "Come Out Of Her My People". Need we wonder any longer just what spirit this book is of?

With all deceivableness: through craftiness with all subtlety, heresy and the spirit of blasphemy is well-disguised as Christianity in this book. Manchild Publishing really says it all...

This book is so bad that the even the trash can does not do it justice. It truly is one book that deserves the incinerator.

Burn the book and read the Bible instead.



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July 23, 2005



* "Come Out of Her My People" is a book written by CJ Koster

also previously published under the title "The Final Reformation"



Another note concerning this book's assault on the name of Jesus in which the author claims that the name Jesus is a supposeded Hellenisation of our Saviour's Hebrew name, it must be noted that on His cross at the time of His crucifixion His name (Jesus of Nazareth) and the charge against Him (King of the Jews) was written in Hebrew, and Greek, and Latin.

His name translated in three different languages, all three of which mean "Jehovah is Salvation". The Scripture itself presenting His name in Hebrew, in Greek and in Latin at the time of His crucifixion puts to rest all controversy as to the legitimacy of His name regardless of whether it is in the Hebrew, or in the Greek, or in the Latin. The Scripture itself settles this issue well before the church became "paganized" and His name supposedly corrupted.

John 19:19 & 20 (KJV)

19 And Pilate wrote a title, and put it on the cross. And the writing was, JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS. 20 This title than read many of the Jews: for the place where Jesus was crucified was nigh to the city: and it was written in Hebrew, and Greek and Latin.