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A message by Pastor Kevin Albright 
4th-May-2007 10:42 pm
Last week's Chicago message was delivered by Pastor Kevin Albright. When I was in UBF, I really didn't like his message. His message was so boring. But he always looked like he was very much impressed by his own amateur theological argument. He always seemed to take the attitude of a guy with superior intellectual quotient and high spirital quotient. He says in his message that fear of death is bad.

"The disciples were afraid of drowning. The Bible identifies two kinds of fear, a good kind and a bad kind. The bad kind is the fear of death. The fear of death includes other fears, like the fears of failure, defeat, pain, suffering, hardship and loss. These fears cause us to seek the least pain with the most gain. These fears make us captive to sin. One young Christian man was faithful to Bible study until he got a non-Christian girlfriend. He is fearful of saying “no” to this girl, thinking he will lose too much. Another young man knows that Bible study and prayer is good and has helped him to have peace and meaningful direction for his life. But he is fearful to make any commitment, even to regular Bible study or worship. The devil holds people in slavery to fear (Heb 2:15). We must overcome this kind of fear."

But the Bible says that fear of death is sometimes very good. Some people disobeyed God out of the fear of death. But there were some other people who obeyed God out of the fear of death like the people of Nineveh. Certainly the fear of committing to UBF is very good when the fear of Dr. Samuel Lee or Dr. Peter Chang is really bad.

I pray that Pastor Kevin Albright really repent his proud mind and study the Bible more deeply by memorizing Dr. Samuel Lee's manuscripts more dilligently night and day with his whole heart absolutely as a matter of life and death. May he revise his messge at least 7 times before delivery and revise it again at least 3 times after delivery. In that way may he inherit Dr. Samuel Lee's beautiful spiritual legacy absoltely. May Pastor Ron Ward give Pastor Kevin divine discipline to walk to Skokie police station on bare feet and to write 100 pages of life testimony.

One word: May we glorify Dr. Samuel Lee absolutely by memorizing his manuscripts!
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7th-May-2007 12:20 pm (UTC)
"Another young man knows that Bible study and prayer is good and has helped him to have peace and meaningful direction for his life. But he is fearful to make any commitment, even to regular Bible study or worship."

This is "UBF seminary"-trained "Pastor" Kevin Albright rehashing the same old UBF sermon theme: "you must commit yourself only to UBF to be truly happy." No, he doesn't mention "UBF", but we know what he means.
8th-May-2007 02:48 am (UTC)
Pastor Kevin writes the following in his 1996 Shepherdology:

Third, I need wisdom, prayer and faith. I've had several sheep who were stolen by other churches-to make a commitment elsewhere or because they heard slander against UBF...

Pastor Kevin says that some of his sheep were STOLEN by other churches! What does this mean? Is this the typical mindset of American UBF shepherds that other churches are out to get sheep from UBF? What kind of crooked mindset is this? This is really disgusting. Pastor Kevin, you should apologize to "other churches".

He also said "to make a commitment elsewhere". This clearly shows us that UBF programs--discipleship training, one-to-one Bible study, testimony writing and all the meetings and conferences etc.-- are all about making sheep commit to UBF and keep them from leaving UBF.

He also writes:

...Missionary Esther Jung has the gift of faith, like my shepherd, M. Pauline Park. She asked her sincere sheep, Jonathon, who tried out Intervarsity once, "What did you learn?" He said, unconfidently, "They talked about predestination." M. Esther said, "That kind of Bible study doesn't help our spiritual life." He said, "I know. I'm not going there anymore." M. Esther also helped him to put God first to keep the Sabbath holy and he was happy to follow her advice.

I don't understandy why studying predestination doesn't help our spiritual life. Then does UBF Bible study help our spiritual life? Does teaching other churches steal UBF sheep help our spiritual life? What does UBF teach then? Just read the following from Pastor Kevin's Shepherdology again:

Dr. Lee told me to give away my non-student sheep, which meant basically all of them. My spiritual energy was being consumed by an
unchanging girl sheep who finished her PhD and never simply accepted the word of God. Dr. Lee sensed my stagnant shepherd life. When I obeyed his direction from my heart, God granted me 5 new sheep in 2 weeks.


UBF teaches sheep to obey Dr. Samuel Lee and to inherit his beautiful spiritual legacy. UBF teaches sheep to respect his one-to-one shepherd unconditionally as a representative of God. UBF teaches sheep not to make commitment at any other local churches except UBF. UBF teaches sheep not to study predestination but to memorize Dr. Samuel Lee's manuscripts and to copy down Dr. Samuel Lee's manuscripts. UBF teaches that if anyone objects to Dr. Samuel Lee's beautiful spiritual legacy, he is a child of devil. Would this kind of Bible study help our spiritual life? No. It will only help UBF shepherds fatten their authority.
7th-May-2007 10:17 pm (UTC) - Young men and women in UBF should not be afraid of men, but have healthy concern ...
Of course the Bible study and commitments mentioned in Albright's message refer to UBF Bible study and UBF mission.

I do not know the young men Albright mentions. Thus, I do not know whether they are saved by Jesus or not. I do not know whether the first young man would rather say 'yes' to his girlfriend than be saved by Jesus.

I do know that every young man and every young woman who is involved with UBF should be concerned about increasing their level of commitment to and participation in UBF activities.

1. They should be concerned that increased participation in UBF will enable UBF leaders will subtly and deceptively ruin the relationships the young men and women have with family.

2. They should be concerned that commitment to UBF will require young men and women to rudely discard their romantic involvement to have an arranged marriage ordered by UBF leaders.

3. They should be concerned that increased participation in UBF will cause young men and women to be deceived in believing that God's will is for them to obey their shepherd as if he or she is God.

4. They should be concerned that increased participation in UBF will cause young men and women to replace the Holy Spirit with UBF leaders.

5. They should be concerned that increased commitment to UBF will cause young men and women to believe that their acts of service and good deeds toward others is only to bring people into UBF. Thus, they will be deceived into thinking that they do not have to show any love or do any preaching of the gospel to coworkers, family, and people who are not late teens or early twenties college students.

6. They should be concerned that increased commitment to UBF will cause young men and women to allow UBF leaders to abuse them because young men and women are taught a false doctrine that UBF leaders have a God-given right to impose whatever they want onto young men and women without question. Young men and women will be deceived into believing that when they disagree with UBF leaders and/or do not obey them absolutely that they have sinned against God.

7. They should be concerned that increased commitment to UBF will make young men and women fear that if they leave UBF, they have abandoned God.
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