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Manuscript Releases, vol. 8 [Nos. 526-663], Page 403

hunger of the body is to be made only a means to this great end. Evangelistic work is to be done, and literature should be sold and given away. Let the subject of temperance be made prominent. The patrons of our restaurants should be warned that the great day of God's wrath is near, that it hasteth greatly. As the judgments of God fall upon the cities, let this be sounded as a note of warning.

Simplicity in habits and practices should be studied. Let no one, in these days of peril, neglect prayer. “Ye cannot serve God and mammon.” Listen not to the plausible fictions of Satan.—Manuscript 10, 1906, 2. (“On the Health Food and Restaurant Work,” 1906.)

Released June 21, 1978.

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