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Historical Sketches of the Foreign Missions of the Seventh-day Adventists, Table of Contents

Table of Contents 118
Love and Forbearance among Brethren 119
Manner of Presenting the Truth 121
Unity Among Laborers 124
Courage and Perseverance in the Ministry 126
The Christian's Strength 129
How to Meet Temptations 133
Unity Among Different Nationalities 136
The Book of Life 138
The Light of the World 140
The Importance of Watchfulness and Prayer 144
The Work in New Fields 147
Address to the Missionary Workers 149
Satan An Accuser of the Brethren 154
From California to Switzerland 159
Labors in England 162
From London to Basle 166
The Swiss Conference and the European Council 172
Visit to Scandinavia 174
Copenhagen 179
Sermon—Parable of the Fig-Tree 180
The Sabbath Meetings 182
Evening Meetings 183
Influence of a Tract 184
A Missionary Field 185
A Beautiful City 185
Stockholm 187
An Easy Religion Popular 188
Humble Laborers 189
A Swedish Home 189
A Sad Calamity 191
Situation of Stockholm 191
Sweden and the Thirty Years’ War 191
Appearance of the Country 193
Grythyttehed 194
Perseverance Amid Trials 195
A Lutheran Church 198
A Swedish Dinner 199
Orebro 199
Reformers in Sweden 201
Persecution for Preaching the First Angel's Message 203
Child-Preachers 205
Christiania 207
A Large Temperance Meeting 207
The President's Remarks 211
Labor for the Church 211
Importance of the Sabbath 215
The Country And The People 219
Return to Switzerland 220
Cologne 222
Along the Rhine 223
Visit to Northern Italy 226
Swiss Scenery 227
The St. Gotthard Pass 229
Labors In The Piedmont Valleys 231
An Interruption 234
Further Labors 235
The Waldenses 239
Education for the Missionary Work 280
The Youth As Missionary Workers 284
Laborers for Foreign Missions 287
Our Duty to the Missionary Work 290