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Manuscript Releases, vol. 10 [Nos. 771-850], Page 50

brethren receive the impression that many changes must be made. He would delight to insinuate questioning and doubt into the minds of many of our people.

I have been instructed that the Lord is not the author of the proposal to make many changes in books already published. If information regarding this sort of work, even as regards the few instances where revisions are needed, should become widespread, seeds of doubt would spring up in many minds. Satan would be busy at work implanting seeds of distrust and unbelief, and it would require much labor to remedy the evil that would be wrought.—Letter 70, 1910, pp. 2, 4. (To A. G. Daniells, August 11, 1910.)

White Estate

Washington, D. C.,

April 2, 1980.

MR No. 786—This Is E.G. White Material Cited in the E.G. White Biography Series

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