Ellen G. White Writings

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as to what is just before us.—The Review and Herald, June 2, 1903.

Circulation Increases Demand—Our publishing houses should show marked prosperity. Our people can sustain them if they will show a decided interest to work our publications into the market.... The wider the circulation of our publications, the greater will be the demand for books that make plain the Scriptures of truth. Many are becoming disgusted with the inconsistencies, the errors, and the apostasy of the churches, and with the festivals, fairs, lotteries, and numerous inventions to extort money for church purposes. There are many who are seeking for light in the darkness. If our papers, tracts, and books, expressing the truth in plain Bible language, could be widely circulated, many would find that they are just what they want. But many of our brethren act as though the people were to come to them or send to our offices to obtain publications, when thousands do not know that they exist.

Exalt the Value of the Books—God calls upon His people to act like living men and not to be indolent, sluggish, and indifferent. We must carry the publications to the people and urge them to accept, showing them that they will receive much more than their money's worth. Exalt the value of the books you offer. You cannot regard them too highly.—Testimonies for the Church 4:392 (1880).

Prices of Our Publications—Some things of grave importance have not been receiving due attention at our offices of publication. Men in responsible positions should

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