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Manuscript Releases, vol. 2 [Nos. 97-161], Page 88

preference to those who have not had this discipline and education? Please consider these things.—Letter 115, 1895, p. 4. (To Fannie Bolton, November 26, 1895; Selected Messages 3:60.)

[Requested by A. C. Fearing for use in the Ministry.]

God's cause at this time is in special need of men and women who possess Christlike qualifications for service, executive ability, and a large capacity for work, who have kind, warm, sympathetic hearts, sound common sense, and unbiased judgment; who will carefully weigh matters before they approve or condemn, and who can fearlessly say No, or Yea and Amen; who, because they are sanctified by the Spirit of God, practice the words, “All ye are brethren,” striving constantly to uplift and restore fallen humanity.—Manuscript 156a, 1901, p. 9. (“Unheeded Warnings,” November 27, 1901.)

Released January 20, 1959.

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