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A letter from the Reform Committee to Pastor Abraham K. Lee

John 8:31, 32, "Then Jesus said to the Jews who believed in him," If you will abide by my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. "
Dear Pastor Abraham,
We will wait until the 31st of January 2001 for you to withdraw the measure on M. Stephan Choe and M. Isaac Lee, publish the cash reports of the last 3 years over tithing, and agree to form a body for the important ones To discuss community affairs and make decisions according to biblical and democratic principles.
If we do not receive a binding response from you by then, we will accept that as a confirmation of your intention, without working with only those who have remained with you. Therefore, we have no choice but to start organizing the reform of the community. We then find no reason to continue to send the tithe from the sacrifices of our employees to Cologne. But you should not misunderstand that, as if we want to separate ourselves from each other. We do not want to part, but renew our church.
In Christ,
Paula Kwon (Frankfurt) David Kang (Goettingen) Augustine Hong (Hamburg) Joseph Park (Marburg) Hudson Lee (Muenchen Paul Lee (Berlin) 
Stephan Choe (Bochum) 
Thomas Hwang (Bremen) 
Joseph Han (Darmstadt) 
Johannes Park (Dresden) Lukas Park (Potsdam) Markus Park (Wins) Isaac Lee (Stuttgart) Georg M. Park (Wuppertal) Andreas Ahn (Aachen)

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