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Selected Messages Book 2, Page 172

Section 5—The Remuneration of Our Workers

Introduction

Remuneration for services rendered is a subject of constant and practical interest to everyone. It is a topic well represented in several current Ellen G. White books.

Presented here are supplementary counsels that were drawn together for the study of certain committees appointed by the General Conference to review the principles that should govern in the remuneration of Seventh-day Adventist workers. This material proved to be helpful to the committees, and at their suggestion it is being included here.

The review of these and other principles, drawn from various documents and counsels given regarding the relationship of Seventh-day Adventist workers to the organizations with which they are connected, will be read with profit.

And to any who may be tempted, because of financial pressures, to accept an inviting offer of a larger income in lines of work not directly connected with the cause of God, the chapter, “counsel to one who for financial reasons, was planning to leave the work of God,” will offer challenging and sobering thoughts. In all these Ellen G. White messages the spirit of Christ, which is the spirit of sacrifice, is the keynote.

White Trustees.

[Appeared in The Review and Herald, January 4, 1906.]

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