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Manuscript Releases, vol. 13 [Nos. 1000-1080], Page 387

MR No. 1076—Efforts to Proclaim Present Truth To Be Increased

(Written September 26, 1907, from Sanitarium, California, to A. G. Daniells and E. R. Palmer, Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.)

I have words to speak to you. You must be guarded in your plans, for you are in danger of centralizing. If you should follow your natural dispositions, there would be a tendency to so arrange the publishing work that the majority of our books would bear the imprint of Washington. The danger of such a course compels me to speak.

It is not the Lord's plan to centralize largely in any one place. The time has passed when there should be any binding about of the work and confining it to a few places. There are small printing plants to be established and recognized in the Southern field and in other places not yet designated.

The work of publication is to be developed in new lines and carried as it has never yet been carried. Wherever our large meetings are held, leaflets should be printed reporting the discourses given, and these leaflets should be widely circulated. I have been shown that we are not doing all that we should do for the spread of the knowledge of the present truth. If we will be guided by the Holy Spirit, the Lord will open to us many ways in which the truth may be made to shine brightly before the world.

Light has been given me that in connection with our large meetings in cities, we should secure a printing press, small, but one that will do the

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