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Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 137

MR No. 294—Miscellaneous Manuscript Items

There is a work to be done in the places where the truth has never been proclaimed. In order to do this work, you need greater than human help. The Lord can take a worm to thrash a mountain. It is close communion with God that qualifies His messengers to subdue the opposition of the enemy. God calls for consecrated workers, who will be true to Him—humble men, who see the need of evangelistic work, and do not draw back, but do each day's work faithfully, relying upon God for help and strength.—Letter 43, 1905, p. 3. (To “Dear Brethren and Sisters,” January 29, 1905.) 5MR 137.1

Shun every influence that would tend to cheapen the message that should be given to high and low in the cities. Keep open the channel of communication between your soul and God, that those with whom you associate may recognize the voice of Him who gave His life for you.—Letter 58, 1910, p. 5. (To Elders Daniells and Prescott, June 15, 1910.) 5MR 137.2

Helpers are needed who have some means, who can engage in some employment and sustain themselves and not draw upon the conference for their support. With genuine faith in the message of truth, such workers could settle in our cities as missionaries, letting their light shine forth to others.—Letter 19b, 1892, p. 4. (To O. A. Olsen, June 19, 1892.) 5MR 137.3

To the poor and the rich is to be given the message of healing through Christ. My brethren, work earnestly and seriously. This does not mean that 5MR 137.4

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