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9th-Nov-2005 10:57 pm
Mr. Lee’s unbiblical theology on suffering and punishment

There were three medical doctors. They came as UBF missionaries to Chicago. But when their commander arrived, they all ran away so as not to suffer in doing the work of God. The leader was unhappy about them and did not bless them. Then soon one of the doctors, who was an anaesthesiologist, overdosed a patient for an operation and the patient died. So he lost his medical doctor’s license. Now he is running a grocery store very poorly. Another one, influenced by American relativism, cursed the servant of God. Then he left UBF. After several years, he was in a severe car accident. His body was totally crushed and his hands and feet were paralyzed. The third one got a proper job. But he has rheumatism in his right leg and in his left hand. He suffers day and night. All these events happened when they took God’s word lightly. This is to say that when we obey God’s word, God blesses us; when we disobey, God does not bless us.
12th-Nov-2005 10:59 am (UTC)
Please also note the sentence "when their commander arrived". As usual, he did not say directly "I am the commander of all UBFers." He says it indirectly. That's so very typical. This small passage tells you so much about Samuel Lee. This small passage suffices to expose him as a power monger cult leader.
12th-Nov-2005 07:24 pm (UTC) - Power mong
That popped out at me too when I read it and was going to comment on that yesterday. It was so ironic to find your comment there today. As you noted, Samuel Lee saw himself as "the commander of all UBFers". He put himself in the place of God. As you said, "This small passage suffices to exposes him as a power monger cult leader."
13th-Nov-2005 09:29 pm (UTC) - Re: Power mongs
It's a typical thing of covert-aggressive personalities (aka "abusers") that they do this sort of thing. They push people to the cliff, tell them that they should jump over, and when the others did jump over, they claim "I didn't push them over the cliff".

To take this out of the realm of figures:
Sam Lee says that in UBF there is a commander. Sam Lee says that God demands people to unconditionally obey God's commands. Sam Lee also says that your shepherd knows God's will for your life. Everyone knows that in the UBF pyramid, Sam Lee is the "highest shepherd", and he himself stated that everyone except for him has a shepherd, which puts him on top of the pyramid.

He nowhere says that HE is the commander ordained with God's authority and that you must obey his commands unquestioningly, but if you know the UBF doctrine, that is the only conclusion you could draw. If you've made that conclusion, then you're at the whim of Lee, and his word goes. But he never claimed that status for himself. He just pushes people to the cliff of reason, he lets them jump over by themselves (and if they don't, they'll receive "training" until they do, but NO ONE will tell them to jump... just you won't leave the room until you did). And in the end when people got abused for years because they believed Sam Lee commends God's Will to them, he can simply claim "it was all voluntary, nobody forced them..."
And nobody will be capable of finding any written statement where Lee claims to be a person's commander.

That's what I mean.
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