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Manuscript Releases, vol. 8 [Nos. 526-663], Page 167

MR No. 575—Give the Lord a Chance to Work

While the Conference was in session at Minneapolis, there were coming over the wires from Battle Creek, decided messages from Brother Butler to bring the people to a decision then at that meeting, on the controverted point of the law in Galatians.

This matter was treated as though there were no one, or ones, at that meeting through whom God could work. This is a condition of things brought about by human agencies. Could not those in Battle Creek trust the Lord to work in that meeting? Had the Lord no one on the ground through whom He could communicate?

It is well for us all to give the Lord some chance to work on human minds, and not to feel that one human mind must mold all other human minds.—Manuscript 13, 1889, 1. (“Standing on the Landmarks,” 1889.)

Released December 6, 1977.

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