The story of these misdirected souls has been often repeated. On November 2, 1992, Korea’s "Mission for the Coming Days" church disbanded. Why? The congregation’s founder, Lee Jang-rim, had promised Jesus would come back on October 28, 1992. Hundreds, maybe thousands of believers sold their property, left their families, quit their jobs, and deserted their military posts. Jang-rim’s prophecies were wrong; his people disappointed and disillusioned. Reverend Jang-rim? Oh, he went to jail. Not because of his prediction, but because he had swindled $4 million in donations and had $380,000 invested in bonds that wouldn’t mature until six months after Jesus' supposed return.