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Manuscript Releases, vol. 12 [Nos. 921-999], Page 223

MR No. 967—Controversy Over the “Daily” to be Avoided

Sanitarium, California,

July 1, 1908.

Elder W. W. Prescott Takoma Park.

Dear Brother,

I am instructed to say to you, Let there be no questions agitated at this time in the Review that will tend to unsettle minds. Let us seek for soul work. Let us as a people humble ourselves before the Lord, and seek Him for true conversion. There is a work to be done in our hearts and in our homes that but few understand. There is need of much praying, not need of long prayers, but prayers of faith offered in humility of soul.

We have no time now to enter into unnecessary controversy, but we should earnestly consider the need of seeking the Lord for true conversion of heart and life. There should be determined efforts made to secure sanctification of soul and mind. There is a deep and earnest work to be done in every church and in every family. Fathers and mothers have a solemn work to do in bringing their children to understand the necessity of seeking the Lord for salvation from sin.

In all our schools instruction is to be given that will lead the students to put on the white robe of the righteousness of Christ. In our

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