Ellen G. White Writings

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Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 319

chance. Her mother engages in working in the field, receiving twenty cents when she can obtain work. We must seek to connect them with the office in Basel.—Manuscript 70, 1886, pp. 1-3, 7, 8. (Diary, “First Visit to France,” October 14 to November 2, 1886.)

Souls are being added to the church in Chaux-de-Fonds, showing that, notwithstanding the unfavorable situation, yet souls have courage to decide for the truth, to keep the Sabbath because it is truth. And if all do what they can, hoping and believing that God will pity them and help them in their great need, they will surely see His promises verified in this matter. If all will be united, counsel together, pray together, and live out their faith, the Lord will work for their good and His own name's glory....

I have donated my horse, for which I paid $175; my carriage, for which I paid $110; my harness, for which I paid thirty dollars. I have had these in use a little more than one year. They may sell them and get what they can to invest in the house of worship. I pledged also $100 towards a meetinghouse in Bienne. We can see no other way to do than to build houses of worship, and our brethren must begin to work themselves into houses under their control as tenement houses.—Manuscript 31, 1887, pp. 3-5. (Diary, “Second Visit to France,” May 13-22, 1887.)

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