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Manuscript Releases, vol. 1 [Nos. 19-96], Page 54

No Replaced Timbers Required

The Word of the Lord has guided our steps since the passing of the time in 1844. We have searched the Scriptures; we have built solidly; and we have not had to tear up our foundations and put in new timbers. Letter 24, 1907, p. 3. (To Elder A. G. Daniells, February 4, 1907.)

Every Pillar to Be Strengthened

The Lord has declared that the history of the past shall be rehearsed as we enter upon the closing work. Every truth that He has given for these last days is to be proclaimed to the world. Every pillar that He has established is to be strengthened. We cannot now step off the foundation that God has established....There is need now to rehearse the experience of the men who acted a part in the establishment of our work at the beginning.—Manuscript 129, 1905, 3. (“Steadfast unto the End,” December 24, 1905.)

Guard Waymarks of Truth

The great waymarks of truth, showing us our bearing in prophetic history, are to be carefully guarded, lest they be torn down and replaced with theories that would bring confusion rather than genuine light.—Manuscript 31, 1896, 1. (“Testimony Concerning the Views of Prophecy Held by Brother John Bell,” November 8, 1896.)

Reject Interpretation of Wreckers

Listen not a moment to the interpretations that would loosen one pin, remove one pillar, from the platform of truth. Human interpretations, the reception of fables, will spoil your faith, confuse your understanding, and make of none effect your faith in Jesus Christ. Study diligently the third chapter of Revelation. In it is pointed out the danger of losing your hold

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