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Counsels on Stewardship, Page 280

may meet with His people? Let us not give the impression that we find it too great an expense to provide properly for the reception of the heavenly Guest.

In laying plans for building, we need the wisdom of God. We should not needlessly incur debt, but I would say that in every case all the money required to complete a building need not be in hand before the work is begun. We must often move forward by faith, working as expeditiously as possible. It is through a lack of faith that we fail of receiving the fulfillment of God's promises. We must work and pray and believe. We are to move forward steadily and earnestly, trusting in the Lord, and saying, “We will not fail nor become discouraged.”—The Review and Herald, September 7, 1905.

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