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Old 03-23-2016, 12:30 PM   #21
Terry
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Default Re: The History of Philip Lee

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Originally Posted by Ohio View Post
The matter of control would come up occasionally, but Lee (and Chu) was able to quickly diffuse it. I remember one time him challenging, "Who do I control, I can't even control a mosquito?" We all laughed, and thought the whole idea was absurd. Francis Ball would chime in, "Brother Lee is simply an old minister whom we all love." Yes, that's right, how dare some guy accuse him of "controlling" anybody.
There was passive control. Leaders who couldn't be controlled became out of favor and had their reputations smeared so no one would receive them. I saw control being delegated to loyal leaders who would not question the decision making process; ethical or unethical, righteous or unrighteous. Just as in the movie Absolute Power, the secret service agent's excuse for covering up a crime, "right or wrong, he's our president". Same can be said of LC leaders in regard to those loyal to Witness Lee prior to his passing. Even after his passing, the blended's decision making is indicative of loyalty with no respect to righteousness of unrighteousness
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