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Manuscript Releases, vol. 17 [Nos. 1236-1300], Page 347

We must persuade men everywhere to repent and flee from the wrath to come. They have souls to save or to lose. Let there be no indifference in this matter. The Lord calls for workers who are filled with an earnest, decided purpose. Tell the people to be instant in season and out of season. With the words of life upon your lips, go forth to tell men and women that the end of all things is at hand.

Let us keep our souls in the love of God. The note of warning must be given. The truth must not languish upon our lips. We must rouse people to immediate preparation; for we little know what is before us. My faith is as strong as ever that we are living in the last remnant of time. Let every teacher present an open door before all who will come to Jesus, repenting of their sins. We are not only to watch; we are to pray and work and wait. [2 Peter 3:10-14, quoted.]—Letter 105, 1903.

Ellen G. White Estate

Washington, D. C.,

September 3, 1987.

Entire Letter.

MR No. 1298—E.G. White Materials Cited in “Dietary Advice and Practice of Adventists in the Nineteenth Century” by Ronald Graybill. Available from the General Conference Health and Temperance Department

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