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Suffering and Punishment 
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.
17th-Nov-2005 05:41 am (UTC) - Lee as the giver of "reward and punishment"
Any attendee at a Chicago UBF Monday staff meeting or Friday fellowship leaders' meeting during the 90s should be able to recall these words of Sam Lee: "In the work of God there is always reward and punishment." No scriptural justification was given. But what always followed would be some leader getting praised by Lee and then some other leader(s) getting degraded by Lee, all on the basis of meeting or not meeting a numbers goal. After Lee pointed out the leader(s) who failed to meet his performance standards, he inevitably would follow this up with, "Wesley (Jun)! Drive them to Skokie, and dump them!". And Wesley (and sometimes others) would dutifully pack them into his car, drive them to a suburb and dump them for "Skokie training." Sam Lee evidently saw himself as the giver of "divine" reward and punishment.
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