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Manuscript Releases, vol. 7 [Nos. 419-525], Page 313

patients were sadly neglected, I am greatly desirous that this institution shall be placed on vantage ground, and it is in harmony with the light I have received that there should be brought into the Melrose Sanitarium the influence of families who can be a spiritual help to the workers, and who can also do a special work in the neighboring cities.

The Melrose Sanitarium has come into our possession in the providence of God. It has excellent water privileges, and is located in a beautiful park, which is kept up by the city without expense to us. The advantages of this institution have been kept before me. I desire that the mind of the Lord in regard to it may be met, and that its influence may extend as a light to the city of Boston. Time is rapidly passing, and the enemy is pleased to see the work for these large cities delayed.—Letter 106, 1910, p. 2. (To Dr. D. H. Kress, October 23, 1910.)

We hope that those in charge of the work in New England will cooperate with the Melrose Sanitarium managers in taking aggressive steps to do the work that should be done in Boston. A hundred workers could be laboring to advantage in different portions of the city, in varied lines of service.—Letter 148, 1906, p. 4. (To Dr. C. C. Nicola, May 14, 1906.)

Released April 28, 1976.

MR No. 491—Published as Testimonies to Southern Africa

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