We are given warning by Yahshua and the apostles that the true gospel message would be compromised, diluted and perverted. In some of the Apostle Paul's earliest letters he warned of a "falling away".
In his letters to Timothy he writes of times when "some shall depart from the faith" (1 Timothy 4:1), and when "they will not endure sound doctrine", but will turn away their ears from the truth and unto fables (2 Timothy 4:3-4) having "itching ears", he says, they will "heap to themselves teachers" according to their own desires.
In the journey for truth, we must know what Yahshua, the Messiah and the apostles both believed and preached. Doctrines and beliefs that have been instilled in us do not line up with the early church's message. It's apparent that the "traditions of men" most certainly have made the "Word of God of no effect". It is evidenced by the lack of manifested power in our churches, daily lives and signs and wonders. Restoring true Biblical doctrines taught by the prophets, apostles and the Lord himself is what a "revolution" is all about.
We must realize our pride may have a hard time admitting our wrong. Friends will disagree based on their favorite tv evangelist or some secondhand book knowledge. They find themselves trusting men they don't even know with their eternal destiny. Men who are supposedly "cutting edge apostles", don't realize the next step in being an apostle is the restoration of the true apostolic doctrine. Others will speak against this revolution and if being spoken against is the result, we will accept it in the spirit of the apostles, who rejoiced that they were counted worthy to suffer for the name of Christ. But, if we are lovers of truth, what others think won't stop us.
We pray that we will have a revolution and our perception will change as we return to the early faith and the true teaching of Christ.
We invite you to look into the matter and consider and see whether this is so or not. And finding that it is so, to follow the example of others and...come out!